Demographers Warn of Impending Population Collapse

Fertility data contradicts U.N. predictions of overpopulation and environmental devastation

Kevin Stocklin Daily CallerAmid the deluge of dire predictions that the human population will rise exponentially, deplete the earth’s resources, and overheat the planet, two recent demographic studies predict the opposite—that the number of people will peak within the next several decades and then begin a phase of steady, irreversible decline. In some places, including Japan, Russia, South Korea, and most countries in Europe, that population collapse has already begun. China is not far behind. The United Nations has predicted that humanity will continue its rapid expansion into the next century, growing from just under 8 billion today to more than 11 billion by 2100. An oft-repeated interpretation of this data is that people are having too many babies, and many of the models for
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