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this elsewhere, but it's worth rnteapieg.The national Green Party website contains this statement in the policy documents: Population. Every problem arising in the relationship between people and the Earth is made worse by expanding population. It is clear that we as a species do not know how to relate to this planet at present, and that changing that relationship will take enormous amounts of time, energy, and work. If the Green Party truly believes this statement, and if some of the problems can be mitigated by the following, then why have they not adopted immediate population control, and even reduction, as a public part of their policy statements? Isn't every such problem made worse right here at home in Canada?The logic of promoting immigration (read increasing the consumption levels of those who would otherwise live at a Third World standard of living ) escapes me. This is not turning our backs on the world. It is a responsible and appropriate statement that Canadians consider the impact of population growth to be a serious issue, and have the fortitude to take a stand on an issue that others avoid like the plague.We seem to be coming to grips intellectually with the destruction our economic activity wreaks on this planet, but population growth has gone hand in hand with that activity to the point where we threaten to overrun this poor old planet. For some reason, we do not seem willing to come to grips intellectually with the issue of population (at least here at home in Canada). Whether because it's some sort of ingrained Darwinian adaptation, genetics, programming, or some other cause, this issue seems to have us thinking more with our groins than with our brains.
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