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Setting the Record Straight About Our Crowded World

We often hear in the news that the world is in danger of becoming underpopulated, and that people should have more children. The fact is there are so many people in the world today that even that United Nations can’t accurately predict growth. However, a recent study challenging UN predictions shows that there is an 80% probability that world population …

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This Is What Democracy Looks Like

Forget the government. Forget the corporations, and the economy, just for a bit. Think about coming together with the people living all around you. Think about trusting them, and agreeing with them on what you all want your futures to look like. Think about working with them to come up with a plan to make that future happen. And think …

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Uncrowded is helping children and the environment at the same time.

By helping everyone continue the trend of having fewer children, and investing more time, love, and effort in each of the children we do have, we can become a greener and happier world. Check out more at Our Mission.

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Uncrowded is making the idea of human rights sustainable.

How is Uncrowded making the idea of human rights sustainable? When people talk about “human rights” they usually mean the list of fundamental human rights, like the right to speak freely and receive due process of law, recognized by the United Nations and pervasive in constitutions throughout the world. That list, however, was written before humans began thinking seriously about …

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Who would promote bigger families with world population already set to reach 10 billion by mid-century?

Despite the expected growth in world population, the onset of anthropogenic climate change, and the ongoing destruction of the world’s environment some are actually pushing Americans to have larger families. Last month “The Week” published an article entitled “Save the American economy. Have a baby. Make it three,” which promoted the idea of the United States government “provid[ing] some financial incentives …

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