Have you hugged your little “carbon emitter” today?
These people are dangerous and insane. More young people believe this junk than you can imagine.
The report, Fewer Emitters, Lower Emissions, Less Cost, commissioned by the Optimum Population Trust from the London School of Economics*, concludes that “considered purely as a method of reducing future CO2 emissions”, family planning is more cost-effective than leading low-carbon technologies. It says family planning should be seen as one of the primary methods of emissions reduction.
This project aims to conduct a cost-benefit analysis of family planning in terms of reducing CO2 emissions between 2010 and 2050. It is proposed that this benefit is achieved by the reduction in population growth rates that may result from increased spending on family planning. The years 2010 to 2050 were modelled because family planning is not expected to immediately affect population levels or CO2 emissions. The resulting reduction in population growth rates will take time to affect global population levels.