| People complain and politicians pontificate about our communal problems
without drawing the population connection: if we had fewer people, we would
have fewer and smaller problems. Overtaxed infrastructure? Energy shortages?
Crowded schools? Depleted fisheries? Declining farmland? Congested highways?
Expensive housing? Water shortages? Ask yourself, "Would it be easier to
address these problems with a larger or with a smaller population?"
ThinkPopulation.org will have served its purpose, if each time you read about
or hear people talk about communal problems, (a) you immediately Think Population and (b) you point out to others how increasing human population
exacerbates the problems they are writing and talking about. That is all we
ask of you: Think about problems; then, Think Population!
Across the top of each page are buttons taking you to pages telling you more
about ThinkPopulation.org and inviting you to communicate with us.
On the left side of each page are buttons taking you to pages which:
a. Provide you with FACTS about human population growth.
b. Provide you with OPINIONS about human population growth.
c. Provide you with information leading you to organizations addressing
problems by addressing the CAUSES of human population growth.
On the right side of each page are buttons taking you to pages which provide
you with information leading you to organizations addressing problems by
addressing the EFFECTS of human population growth.