Alexandria, VA (March 10, 2014) – For more than two centuries, the United States and the rest of the industrialized world have taken for granted the abundance and affordability of the high quality non-renewable natural resources (NNRs) – minerals, metals, and fossil fuels – vital to maintaining and expanding their high-consumption industrial societies. These were […]
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Alexandria, VA – There is a limit to how fast and how far the American economy can grow – and we’re approaching it soon. That’s the message Negative Population Growth’s president, Donald Mann, has posted on the organization’s website, www.NPG.org. Mann, who has headed up NPG since its founding in 1972, is advocating that the […]
Alexandria, VA – An analysis by Negative Population Growth (NPG) of California’s new immigration laws finds that they will increase population growth, both nationally and in California. Enacted in October, the laws further shield illegal aliens from federal enforcement and grant them added incentives to remain – and for others to come. NPG President Don […]
Alexandria, VA (July 31, 2013) – A recent report from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) heralded a slight decrease in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2011. However, the drop from 2010 was just 1.6 percent – and emissions since 1990 have actually risen by 8.4 percent. A July report from the Earth Policy Institute […]
Cites Critical Need to Limit Future Immigration – Not Expand It Alexandria, VA (June 28, 2013) – NPG President Donald Mann strongly condemned the U.S. Senate’s passage of S. 744 as a “sell-out” of America’s future that threatens the population stability of the United States. Mann said: “Throughout the months of discussion on this important […]
Alexandria, VA (June 19, 2013) – The Census Bureau’s most recent population projections, released in late 2012 and May 2013, project slower growth to mid-century than its 2009 projections. Census’ middle – or most likely – scenario has the U.S. reaching 399 million by 2050, nine percent lower than the 439 million earlier projected. These […]