Are Smaller Families Mother Nature’s Best Friend?

Danny Yehia:

Interesting take.

Originally posted on KidFreeToday (beta):

The studies and statistics about global warming, pollution, overpopulation, hunger and depleting natural resources are everywhere. Polar bears are starving, bees are dying, and that big Pacific Ocean garbage patch is growing. These sad things are all the result of… us. Some scientists even think that the grandchildren of the current generation are facing an “unprecedented environmental crisis.” Yikes.

Not cool, people. Put your trash in the trash can.

Not cool, people. Put your trash in the trash can.

Certainly some folks are far bigger environmental offenders than others, but more and more people are thinking hard about their carbon footprint and trying to control the overall impact that their day-to-day life and even their goals have or will have on our fragile planet. And we’re coming to realize that more people = more strain on the environment.

Environment aside, (and never mind expenses of parenting) many current and future parents are making conscious decisions to have only…

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from Danny Yehia http://dannyyehiavancouver.com/2014/09/02/are-smaller-families-mother-natures-best-friend/

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