Many people are lead to believe that overpopulation and our world are the least of our worries. But can this be true? Here is an article written in the view point that "overpopulation is not a problem."
Many people that believe that overpopulation is a myth tend to side with the fact that the Earth is big and we can inhabit all those once considered uninhabitable sites. For example I was reading an article today that said "we can colonize the deserts, and highlands," and it would be "primarily a matter of air conditioning/heating and water sources, which can also be used to grow abundant plant life." But was this outcry of overpopulation ever a matter of "not enough room." Or have we always known we've had enough space?
IN our fight to save the Earth some people say that "Overpopulation is not the problem," but surely global warming is not positioned solely on the back of overpopulation many problems play into the factor of overpopulation, where do you stand? What are your ideas on this subject?