Ethical Consumerism, Part 7 – How to Sustain the Population in 2050.

One of the things I like best about blogging is that it introduces me to other worlds, views, and opinions that I wouldn’t otherwise be exposed to, that I get great quality writing (for free!), and can also take advantage of an accumulation of knowledge that I wouldn’t have access to from my own life’s social circle. There are loads of people out there doing incredible things and posting thought-provoking, enlightening, planet-saving content to boot. The Green Stars Project is one of those truly amazing blogs that just gives and gives. If you want to be on the right side of environmental awareness, and conserve a few forests and maybe an ocean or two for your children’s children, then this is the blog for you. Thank you, Green Stars Project for all your hard work on behalf of the planet.

The Green Stars Project

Hi folks! In the previous post, I looked at how we can take actions as consumers to help curb population growth. This post is about actions we can take to sustain the human population without completely destroying our planet.

Population Growth Fears are Exploited by Corporations

One of the most common abuses of the population growth issue goes something like this:

We must embrace GlobalCorp’s practices because we’re going to have 9 billion people to sustain in 2050.

If the thing in question is sustainable (for example renewable energy) then you don’t even need the population argument. If the thing in question is not sustainable – and this is often the case where the population card is played – then a rising population is a ridiculous argument to use. To adopt a non-sustainable practice to support the Earth’s human population of 2050 is insanity. Particularly considering the delicate…

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14 Responses to Ethical Consumerism, Part 7 – How to Sustain the Population in 2050.

  1. jkaybay says:

    Thank you so much, Pam, for the kind words and for sharing the post. I really appreciate it – James

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  2. Thanks for helping your connections to connect with this new connection! 🙂 Seriously, it’s neat to meet new groups and people, but sometimes that only happens when the ol’ venn diagram gets folded over a little. 🙂

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  3. Robyn Haynes says:

    Thanks for the introduction, Pam.

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  4. Great post Pam! I agree with all of it.

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  5. Just the kind of thing I am looking for, thank you!

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  6. Tina Frisco says:

    Great share, Pam. Thanks for introducing us to the Green Stars Project. I’ve followed their wonderful blog! ❤️

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  7. Susan Scott says:

    Great article Pam thanks … Big business is in it for one thing only and this has nothing to do with with healthy food. The individual needs to take more responsibility for healthy food and healthy living for themselves as well as for future generations ..

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