The Perfect Storm Descending Upon America part 3: Environmental Impact

After reading parts 1 and 2, you probably scratched your head with consternation. You might even shake your head with exasperation. Some readers feel that this series spells out the future in such dire terms that they cannot fathom a future with another 100,000,000 (million) immigrants invading our country.

Lawsuit Charges Environmental Impacts of High Legal, Illegal Immigration Ignored

Immigration Reform Law Institute
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Immigration Impact

Whitewater Draw Natural Resource Conservation District
U.S. Department of Homeland Security


The singular century of abundant energy

We're in a pickle. We're importing more and more people from low-consuming countries into America, where they will live at higher consumption levels. Higher consumption necessitates the use of more environmental resources and of course, more energy.

Africa's birthrate is affecting all of humanity

All Western countries stabilized their populations by about 1970 by averaging 2.0 children or less per female. Yet immigration, both legal and illegal, continues flooding into the United States of America—it also pours into Canada, Australia and Europe.

Why Americans Must Demand An Immigration Shutdown

Our U.S. population will double this century - within the lifetimes of children born today. 70% of this doubling will be caused by mass immigration-
Before It's News
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Immigration Impact

Today, in America, with 321 million citizens, seven states face imminent water shortages ...

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.

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


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