Sometimes less is more
Around the world people are having fewer children, often just one or two, and investing more in each child.
That means more for each child, more to share with others, and more time for parents. It means more nature, stronger communities, and a safer, sustainable, and better future.
Less is more, for all of us. Let’s keep moving in the right direction.
Are there circumstances children should not be born into? What about the homes of parents who have previously abused and neglected children? What about situations where there is not enough food, medicine or shelter for the people already living where the child would be born?
Human population continues to climb by more than 1½ million people a week. That’s means 200,000 more people – the equivalent of a small city – every day. Scientists calculate an 80% probability that world population will increase to between 9.6 and 12.3 billion people in 2100.
How Do We Get There?
At Uncrowded we believe that everyone cares about the children who are being born into the world today. We all care whether those children will be loved, provided for, and raised in the best possible ways. We care about the people our children will share the world with.