Let's leave some room for everybody else. Photo: Robin PittmanMore of our kind means fewer wild things. A stabilized human population means hope for wild things. A shrinking human population means a better world for wild things -- and for men and women and children. It's that straightforward. The human population grew more in the last 40 years than in the previous 3 million. The population bomb has blown up -- but the shrapnel hasn't yet hit us hard. What it has hit hard are wild things. The outcomes of humanity's growth yesterday, today, and tomorrow are scalped wildlands, endangered …
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