Susanne Posel, Contributor
The Tellus Institute, a non-profit sustainability research organization, created “sophisticated human population models” with their PoleStar project (PSP). Using data provided to them by the United Nations (UN) and the World Bank (WB), they analyzed parameters such as energy consumption, land use and pollution.
The PSP predicts simulated outcomes that are being used to shape international policy. Richard Rosen, executive vice president of Tellus claims that if we are to make this world a pleasant place to live, we should “get going immediately. There’s no leisurely way.”
Geophysicists at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research states that only 282 billion people could be “packed onto the planet” with all other land reserved for food cultivation only.
The PSP infers 4 possible scenarios that will come to pass because of the growing human population.
If we continue “business as usual”, by the year 2100, we will see the poorer regions suffer from the growth of industry. Environmental problems abound and become more acute.
We can expect family planning policies that restrict the right to have children. The expectation of population growth would be pushing the boundaries of sustainability; being 9.3 billion.
With more humans on the planet will come income disparity. The average take home pay could be as low as 5 cents per dollar earned.
Under strict food securitization policies, less than 6% of the world’s population could be affected by starvation.
In this scenario, by 2100, governments have adhered to the UN’s climate change targets and sustainability goals; however economic growth is hindered and stronger policies must be put in place to curb the effects.
With family planning services enforced onto the population, only 8.4 billion people would be straining natural resources.
The average income would only be worth 11 cents on the dollar.
Expected water shortages would force 23% of the world’s water resources to be controlled by governmental policies.
International mandates controlling food would result in only 3% of the world’s population to suffer from hunger.
By 2100 this global society would be controlled by an authoritarian government in order to control distribution of resources. Economic, social and environmental downgrades would cause the wealthy to retreat to protected areas; leaving the masses to fend for themselves in the wastelands.
Implementing family planning services would be near impossible, leaving the global population to rise to 10.2 billion.
The average income would be reduced to 2 cents on the dollar.
Water securitization would control 46% of the world’s water supplies.
Global hunger could soar to nearly 15% of the entire population.
The Great Transition
By 2100, if the world’s societies were to radically alter their environmental preservation policies and prioritize social memes to reflect those of the UN, the planet could live in a world of social equality and cooperation.
Family planning would have successfully controlled population growth to a stable 7.3 billion worldwide.
Take home income could be raised to 36 cents on the dollar.
With less people, water securitization could be kept to a minimum of 21%.
The incidents of global hunger would be negligible.
Regardless of global population decline, the UN’s Populations Fund (UNFPA) is calling for more family planning services in order to further decrease fertility rates worldwide.
The UNFPA released a report in 2011 that erroneously claimed that the world’s population will rise to 9.15 billion by 2050. In response, the UNFPA has focused efforts on STD immunizations, abortion and contraception more readily available under the non-discriminant term, “family planning”.
Their concept for the future appears to be miserable without the submission of all humans on planet Earth to their globalist Elite schemes. They are quite good at using fear to justify their policies to elected officials, governments and average citizens. Their continued success will surely lead to the worst of possible futures.
Susanne Posel is the Chief Editor of Occupy Corporatism. Our alternative news site is dedicated to reporting the news as it actually happens; not as it is spun by the corporately funded mainstream media. You can find us on our Facebook page.