Lessons from a global pandemic

Covid-19 continues to take a great toll on societies around the world. As we struggle to respond appropriately, our societies can emerge ecologically and socially stronger—provided we learn the important lessons this tragedy has to teach us. by Kelvin Thomson In Australia, and I suspect in many other countries as well, there are three key … Continue reading Lessons from a global pandemic

Continuing a dialogue on immigration, population growth and the environment

Two weeks ago The Overpopulation Project researchers published an opinion piece in Svenska Dagbladet titled “Environmental concerns call for reduced immigration”. In it we discussed the demographic implications of Swedish immigration policy and considered the potential environmental impacts of future population growth. Our essay called forth numerous thoughtful responses, including a joint reply by 41 … Continue reading Continuing a dialogue on immigration, population growth and the environment

Starting a dialogue on immigration, population growth and the environment

Recently The Overpopulation Project researchers published an opinion piece in the national newspaper Svenska Dagbladet titled "Environmental concerns call for reduced immigration”. In it, we discuss the demographic implications of Swedish immigration policy and consider the potential environmental impacts of future population growth. This essay was one of the newspaper’s most widely read/downloaded for the month and … Continue reading Starting a dialogue on immigration, population growth and the environment