The critical factors behind this are women's education, their increasing role in the workplace, consumerism - here the friend, not the enemy of environmental progress - and consequent wider use of birth control.
Hans Rosling's Ted talks a worth a watch. He wasn't a journalist and backed up some of the stuff Dave just posted.B
It doesn't present a hypothesis. It presents the views of experts who have plenty of peer reviewed publications to their name, some of whom have changed their views radically - such as Jorgen Randers and Wofgang LutzAnd "trade" (ie non academic) books do get reviewed, you know!https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/jan/27/what-goes-up-population-crisis-wrong-fertility-rates-decline
Phil' add intellectual willy waiving to unimportant things to do! O. G.
Quote from: owd git on April 22, 2020, 06:16:34 pmPhil' add intellectual willy waiving to unimportant things to do! O. G.Waiving - refrain from using..!
My wife and I lived a mile outside a small village.It didn't save her.I also caught it but survived.
C'mon people. There are lots of excellent popular science books out there - and they're written by journalists, or experienced non-fiction writers who have a talent for explaining technical matters in a way that's accessible....There's a lot of neo-Malthusian stuff being said at the moment ...
add intellectual willy waiving to unimportant things to do! O. G.
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