by Philip Cafaro and Frank Götmark 2018 has been an exciting year at The Overpopulation Project (TOP). Highlights included our overpopulation conference in Stockholm in June, the many blog texts showing that much good research and outreach exist on population matters, the publication of “Aging Human Populations: Good for Us, Good for the Earth” in … Continue reading The first year in The Overpopulation Project ends after much activity and with clever work by all team members – We now look forward to 2019!
By Patrícia Dérer Sri Lanka and the Indian Western Ghats (also known as Sahyadri Mountain Range) make up one of 36 Biodiversity Hotspots. These areas are the Earth’s most biologically rich—yet threatened—terrestrial regions; they were designated in order to preserve the most species. The Western Ghats belong to the eight “hottest hotspots” based on their … Continue reading High human population density eliminates the positive effect of forest protection in a tropical biodiversity hotspot
Ecologist Terry Spahr Turns to Kickstarter For His First Feature film, 8 Billion Angels, a Documentary About Overpopulation Independent filmmaker Terry Spahr is turning to the Internet to raise funds for his provocative feature film project, 8 Billion Angels, a documentary about overpopulation and its effect on the environment. With funding as a major obstacle … Continue reading Support the overpopulation documentary: “8 Billion Angels”
It is a resource for all those interested in overpopulation and in creating environmentally sustainable societies. We will also report from our research project, started recently. High quality research, well-informed books, and good reports and articles about the effects of global human population growth, and solutions to this problem, are widely scattered in various scientific … Continue reading Welcome to our webpage!