Barnskam counter-productive for the sustainable development

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Frank Götmark, and Malte Andersson writes about the importance of the need to lift the befolkningsökningens the impact on the environment. To shed light on the challenges that a growing population is important and need to be taken into account in a more sustainable future will be discussed. But there is nuance and a better understanding of the befolkningstillväxtens dynamics. Today, there is a growing discussion about the ”barnskam”, and the suggestion of the barnstrejk has been heard in the debate. Götmark and Andersson’s contribution to the risk to the fuel tanks, which is directly counter-productive to sustainable development.

in order For the population to maintain itself at a stable level, it is required that each and every woman who gives birth to two children, on average, during their life-time. Earlier this year, reported the FUND that, on the average, births to 2.4 births per woman in the world, and the number of children in Europe, Asia, and North and south America, more over it is necessary, in order to keep the population at a stable level, with the fertilitetstal as low as 1.1 children per woman, in south Korea, and 1.3 in Spain.

” We will never be able to save the environment and cope with climate change if we don’t at the same time, to be socially and economically sustainable communities. A singular focus on, and raise environmental sustainability should be put in any position to respond to the challenges we are facing today.

having children and raising a family is not only one of our strongest driving forces, and human rights, but it is also a pre-requisite for sustainable development.

in Order to ensure the social sustainability of the communities of need in the population remain constant. It has now abandoned one-child policy in China is testament to the problems that are now affecting the chinese community, with a 20-30-year shift, with a stagnant economy and an ever-increasing proportion of elderly people. The low birth rates in mediterranean countries such as Italy and Spain, for a long time, is now impacting on the economic and political stability, and, ultimately, to society’s sustainability.

then, to talk about the fact that fewer children might be a solution to the climate crisis, is to shoot yourself in the foot. To have children and raise a family is not only one of our strongest driving forces, and human rights, but it is also a pre-requisite for sustainable development.

in The coming years, the increase in the population of the world is a big challenge, and we have a short period of time in the us. Globally, however, the fertility rate, contrary to what is often cited in the debate, settled down, and the birth of the day, at around two children per woman. We know what we have to deal with when it comes to a sustainable society, we need to create. That, then, advocate the restriction of the birth rate, and the spread of the ideas of ”barnskam” not only takes the focus away from what is actually needed, it’s also directly counter-productive as it undermines the foundation of our ability to achieve sustainability.

It can also be seen as a way for the current generation to shift the responsibility on to the next. It’s not the kids that are the problem, the future belongs to the children, and without children we have no future. The root cause of climate change is the increase in the population, which is maintained by Götmark and Andersson, the root cause is that we use fossil fuels to power our societies.

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