In response to the need to feed more people in the future - feeding more people, without any incentive to reduce birth rates, leads to population increases. This in turn leads to unsustainable resource use rates.Are they doing something like this already? Do they quantify how much of a burden in food and environmental terms … Continue reading How might we start to incentivise lower birth rates?
1: remove the ability of special interests to influence politics, through enacting into law publicly funded elections. Governments should be beholden to all people equally, all nature and future people and nature.2: shift from a system of representative democracy to suitable forms of participatory democracy.3: within national and global policies, place economy firmly as a subset … Continue reading My personal demands for the Occupy movement
There is supposedly a welfare system supporting you if you are in dire need, but it only seems to supports you at a certain level of existence. That level still leaves many struggling: in poor health, exposed to social ills and worked to the bone for the enrichment of others, or most likely not working … Continue reading What is the tide that lifts all boats, Reagan?