Joao Abegao: "Coronavirus Is a Bonanza For the Natural World"
In this edition of The Coronavirus Chronicles, I have the pleasure of speaking with a budding scholar in overpopulation issues and sustainability, Joao Abegao. If you would like to support Collapse Chronicles, there are several ways you can do that. Thank you!: Here is the link to my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5140032 Here is where you can send a donation via PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to send a physical check or money order (no cash!), please email me at email@example.com, and I will send you a mailing address. Thanks, Guys!
A Defense of an Attack on Overpopulation, Reproductive Rights and Migration
A stance on freedom of speech and the applicability of the scientific method on subjects most of us feel discomfort addressing. If you disagree with my views or stances projected on this video, challenge me and argue for the reasons why, I am totally open for debate, it will be very helpful for the road I intend to walk on. There was still a lot I wanted to say, but that was as much as I could do on a non-edited video. Share it if you think there is potential for discussion. Kind regards. Social media: https://www.facebook.com/Sirabegao https://www.instagram.com/sirabegao/ https://twitter.com/SirAbegao
Human Population Atlas Review. A compreensive analysis of Overpopulation
My lecture of "Human Population Atlas Review" at the Scientific Meeting for Young Researchers at Porto, Portugal. Human Population Atlas Review is a compilation of literature that means to shine a light on the overpopulation problem while establishing an urgent need for a debate between several areas such as the environmental sciences, ecology. geography, demography, philosophy and ethics, law, policymaking, immigration specialists, among others. The work will be available this summer after peer review process.
Immigration in an Overpopulated World
Taking into account that immigration is now the main driver of population growth in the European continent the United States and Australia (for example), should the quotas of international migrants to developed nations be reduced in order to curtail the environmental damage caused by the increase of already large ecological footprints of those nations?
Human Overpopulation Atlas - Thesis Defense Presentation (English Sub/Portuguese Audio)
Due to technical difficulties during the actual thesis defence, I opted to record the presentation again for everyone to have access to it. I also added English subtitles in the video instead of making another one entirely. You can access the site and download the Powerpoint presentation at www.overpopulationatlas.com. Enjoy!
Ecologist Joao Abegao: "Clearly, We Are Already Beyond the Capacity of the Planet to Sustain Us"
In this week's Collapse Chronicles Conversation, I have the pleasure of speaking with ecologist Joao Abegao, author of "The Overpopulation Atlas." Here is a link to Joao's website: https://www.overpopulationatlas.com/ If you would like to support Collapse Chronicles, there are several ways you can do that. Thank you!: Here is the link to my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5140032 Here is where you can send a donation via PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to send a physical check or money order (no cash!), please email me at email@example.com, and I will send you a mailing address. Thanks, Guys!
Overpopulation & Climate Change: A Seat at the Table
Produced and Directed by Stuart Scott, and recorded at COP25 in Madrid, Spain on December 6, 2019, this was as far as we know the only formal event at the UN climate negotiations where human overpopulation was even discussed! Our burgeoning human population constitutes a major 'elephant in the room'. It is politically incorrect to even discuss the question of population while at the same time how many of us there are is obviously one of the most relevant drivers of climate change and the general ecological breakdown that is being experienced around the world. #Overpopulation #ClimateChange #ClimateEmergency