Dave Gajadhar

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Dave Gajadhar
Posted over 1 year ago
What can we do to improve human population control?
As citizens, we are accountable for our social, economic and natural environment. A result of over population is a strain on our social, economic and natural resources, the concept of control has been tried with limited impact. We need to move to personal accountability for our actions, reproduction and impact on our resources. This is not a technology, government policy or program issue, this is basic personal account abilities. Over the last three decades the world population has grown an average of 19 percent per ten year period, at the same time we have become a consumer driven extractive society. This trend is not sustainable and we cannot support this level of growth. We as individuals are accountable for our actions, we need to stop looking to others (tax payers)for solutions and resolve to conditions that we as individual s created. D
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Dave Gajadhar
Posted over 1 year ago
The threats to civilization are too daunting for humanity to continue to hold onto obsolete self-perceptions that no longer serve us well
The threats to civilization - is the result of a transition started over the last three decades to the current state of an extractive consumer based society. Those of us born during the baby boom years have created a generation of children whose wants and needs are fulfilled without accountability. We live vicariously through our kids, we do not hold them accountable, we over protect and provide to all their (market driven) needs and wants. This extractive culture we created, is burdened our health, social and justice systems. Government cannot meet the needs of the rapidly changing population segment growth (specifically Seniors and the lost generation under 30). We are the creators of our demise and we must take accountability for our environment. Stop blaming the government, large corporations and other industries for our environmental and health issues, we need to look at our actions and extractive behaviors, move to become an additive society. Transitioning from our extractive culture to one that is more additive is the beginning path to sustainable social development. #davegajadar