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    Quote Originally Posted by rivarama View Post
    Well recycling consumes so much energy that itís not necessarily brilliant for the environment either. I remember reading a UN backed study saying that recycled paper was actually worse for the environment when looking at the whole process (collection, sorting out, crushing, disposal of tainted water etc...), than making brand new paper...
    I think it talks more about Overpopulation.... anything done for 8bn people will have bad effect for the planet even if vegan !!
    The population problem is solving itself. When you give women control of their own fertility and provide basic healthcare in childbirth the human race has normalised on replacement numbers or less...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Modificato View Post
    The population problem is solving itself. When you give women control of their own fertility and provide basic healthcare in childbirth the human race has normalised on replacement numbers or less...
    Worth a watch
    https://youtu.be/2LyzBoHo5EI
    Are you blaming women and modern medical development then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rivarama View Post
    Are you blaming women and modern medical development then?
    No I am suggesting that population growth has an end to it that we can now see clearly due to reliable birth control and other advancements. Itís also in large part how the UNís millenium goals on poverty were achieved ahead of schedule.

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