The Story of Population Growth, Innovation, and Human Flourishing on an Infinitely Bountiful Planet
Marian L. Tupy, Gale L. Pooley
Can population growth actually make resources more abundant? In Superabundance, the authors analyze the prices of hundreds of commodities, goods, and services and found that, on average, every additional human being created more value than they consumed. This relationship between population growth and abundance is deeply counterintuitive, yet it is no less true. But more people are not enough to sustain Superabundance--people must be free to innovate, think, speak, publish, associate, and disagree. This thought-provoking book challenges our widely held beliefs and offers insight into how human innovation can lead to abundance.
2023-01-02T14:33:58.000ZBut the media never get enough of environmental doomporn. So Ehrlich is back. For a great debunking and counterpoint, I recommend this excellent book: – source