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Scholars Talk Pronatalism and Population Engineering

Michael Cook has an interesting article on bioedge.org: “Let’s fight climate change with population engineering.” Yes – “population“engineering.” What is it? Check it out. Population Engineering Cook summarizes the forthcoming article,”Population Engineering and the Fight against Climate Change” in the journal, “Social Theory and Practice.” Authored by Colin Hickey and Jake Earl, two philosophers from Georgetown […] The post Scholars Talk Pronatalism and Population Engineering appeared first on Laura Carroll.
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