Talk:Population Connection

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What about the concept of zero population growth itself? Surely that should have its own article. xxxyyyzzz 16:39, 23 May 2006 (UTC)

It's covered indirectly at population control. -Will Beback 20:57, 23 May 2006 (UTC)

Funny there's no mention of the "stop at two" slogan ZPG used to forward. One of the only things I directly remember from the time

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Hallo Joyous! I have a question about your message: You ask me not to add inappropriate external links to wikipedia. When I compare the 2 links I added to other existing external links on certain webpages, I see that the 'appropriate' links (i.e the ones you leave alone), are also links to external -third party- organisations, such as our European organisation (STHOPD) is too. Our non-profit organisation works with volunteers and stands for certain principles which are similar to the 'appropriate' organisations on the webpages concerned, such as: Decreasing human overpopulation in an ethical way, having no children, warnings about the worldwide consequences of overpopulation such as the destruction of ecosystems. Please explain to me what would make our links appropriate. Friendly regards, 213.84.166.83 18:22, 21 January 2007 (UTC) MetaMouse.