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Water Shortage or Population Longage?

California hasn’t had a drought like the current drought since 1977 when California’s population was 22 million. Today, at nearly 40 million, 47 percent of California faces exceptional drought.

How A 1992 Moratorium Could Have Helped Preserve the Historic American Majority

VDare
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Immigration Impact
[Article originally published July 2, 2012]

Twenty years on, we can reconstruct two different scenarios for the period 1992 to 2012: the actual one, in which immigration rises throughout the period, and the... ideal, in which an immigration moratorium is imposed.

A new world of refugee ethics

Denver Post
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Immigration Impact
There is, in the Christian tradition, the 13th century story of Martin of Tours, who was riding outside the city gates on a cold and windy night when he came across a starving beggar. In a gesture that was to get him sainted 400 years later, Martin divided his cloak and his dinner in half and gave it to the desperate man.

Niger Is a Transit Point for Thousands of Africans Headed North

African overpopulation drives mass migration to population-stabilized Europe
Limits To Growth
Saturday, May 2, 2015
National News

When we see news of the African invasion of Europe, what’s generally presented is the situation on the Mediterranean of rickety boats jammed with young men determined to reach the free stuff of the First World. What’s even more alarming is how far they travel over dangerous desert terrain to demand life in Europe.

Africa on the Brink

Taki's Magazine
Thursday, April 30, 2015
National News
The governments of Europe are confronting an epochal choice in the Mediterranean. Do they allow Europe to remain on course toward inundation by the African population explosion, inevitably turning Florence into Ferguson and Barcelona into Baltimore?
 

Earth Day 2015 - Missing the Mark

April 22, 2015 - Earth Day 2015 brings us news of California's diminishing water resources, which portends disaster for California's bread basket. Yet because of immigration-driven population growth, demand for water, food, and natural resources is increasing in California and in the entire United States. 

Immigration, Population Growth, and the Environment

Immigration, Population Growth, and the Environment
by Leon Kolankiewicz, Center for Immigration Studies, April 2015
 
Leon Kolankiewicz is a wildlife biologist and consulting environmental planner

California Discovers Natural Limits

Mass immigration is driving United States population beyond sustainable limits
Immigration Reform
Friday, April 10, 2015
Immigration Impact

It Takes How Much Water to Grow an Almond?!

Why California's drought is a disaster for your favorite fruits, vegetables, and nuts.
Mother Jones
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Immigration Impact

...California, supplier of nearly half of all US fruits, veggies, and nuts, is on track to experience the driest year in the past half millennium. Farms use about 80 percent of the state's "developed water," or water that's moved from its natural source to other areas via pipes and aqueducts...

California Drought Tests History of Endless Growth

Mass immigration is driving US population to double this century
New York Times
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Immigration Impact

...For more than a century, California has been the state where people flocked for a better life — 164,000 square miles of mountains, farmland and coastline, shimmering with ambition and dreams, money and beauty...

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