DEBATE OF '98- Earth's forests are shrinking
redoak at forestmeister.com
Mon Apr 20 09:30:54 EST 1998
Larry Caldwell wrote:
> In article <353A0E98.59E20A19 at forestmeister.com>,
> Joseph Zorzin <redoak at forestmeister.com> wrote:
> > Increasing world population means less forest land. Is this a problem?
> > What should we do about it?
> Zero Population Growth and intensive forest management. It's hard to tell
> if we can reach a steady state forestry in the near future, but if we
> don't stop the population growth and start planting trees it will never
I've been reading the Sierra Club newsgroup and noticed the vehement
debate over immigration policy. Some people consider any restraints on
immigration as a form racism. That's nuts. But there certainly are
people who like heavy immigration because it means cheap labor. And they
have more power than the rest of us.
I say fewer people, more forest- managed or wild- either way- I like'm
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