NPR: Burdening the planet with that extra child could subject you to ‘climate trauma,’ researchers say

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Here’s a shocker: according to NPR, a recent study out of Lund University in Sweden suggests that the most effective way to reduce climate change is for people to have fewer children. OK, so it’s not a shocker “progressives” throughout history have been trying to control who gets to reproduce and how often, long before anyone proposed the idea of anthropogenic climate change: check outThomas Malthus and the “Malthusian trap” or, more recently, Margaret Sanger’s involvement with the eugenics movement.

NPR’s just trying to keep that tradition alive by promoting that Swedish study, which lists four “high-impact” ways to fight climate change:

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