NPG Releases New President’s Column after Latest Census Projections
Even with aging Baby Boomers, America will still add over 97 million people by 2060.
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In response to the latest population projections by the U.S. Census Bureau, Negative Population Growth (NPG) has released a new President’s Column which reviews the data. The projections show more bad news for Americans concerned with population growth: according to Census, America will grow to over 416 million people by 2060 – an increase of more than 30% in just 46 years.
In the online column, NPG President Donald Mann explains: “America’s foreign-born population will experience huge growth – rising from nearly 43.3 million in 2015 to 78.2 million in 2060, an increase of nearly 81%. By 2060, Census anticipates that net international migration will account for nearly 1.5 million new Americans each year.”
The column highlights another critical datapoint from the Census projections: “a significant slump in natural increase (the excess of births over deaths). Although the data shows a ‘low-point’ of just 314,000 added in 2049 – which will likely be misinterpreted to mean our nation’s growth will slow within the next 35 years – America’s natural increase begins to climb again the very next year. Make no mistake – although the source of growth is shifting, our nation’s population is continuing to grow.”
Mann explains: “With the aging-out of the Baby Boomer population, death rates are projected to increase by over 20% by 2045 – significantly cutting overall growth from natural increase.” He continues: “This natural phenomenon is already stirring alarm bells among pro-growth activists, who use it to justify increasingly generous immigration policies – just as President Obama did in defending his recent executive mandate amnestying millions of illegal aliens.”
Mann notes: “As the foreign-born population becomes a steadily larger percentage of our national total, they are projected to raise overall U.S. birth numbers – at least until those immigrants assume the preference of the native-born for lower fertility. By 2060, Census projects there will be over 4.5 million births each year – and our growth from natural increase will be again on the ascent, rising every year after the low in 2049. America’s population growth during those interim years (when the natural increase dips lower) will be almost entirely due to immigrants and their U.S.-born children.”
He explains: “Like the fabled tale of Chicken Little, the open-border, business, and pronatalist lobbies – who stand to gain from higher immigration and a larger population – have warned: ‘beware the aging of America! The sky is falling on our nation’s prosperity!’ They warn of future stagnation, unless we import a massive young workforce of immigrants who will keep America strong for decades into the future. Our growth-minded political elites do not accept that as our nation’s population continues to grow, our environment, economy, natural resources, infrastructure – our very quality of life – all continue to decline. But more population growth is not a solution to our problems – it will only worsen them for generations to come.”
Mann concludes: “The data is clear: regardless of shifting demographics, the aging of the Baby Boomers, or the philosophical implications of our widening immigration policies, America’s population is growing – and it will continue to do so at an alarming rate in the decades ahead. We must act now and embrace national policies which work to slow, halt, and eventually reverse U.S. population growth – before it is too late. We must take actions today to preserve a livable America for future generations.”
World population, now over 7.3 billion, is predicted to rise to 9 billion by 2050, an increase of almost two billion, or 23%, in the short space of only 34 years from now.In the highly unlikely event that per capita greenhouse gas emissions could possibly be decreased by an equal percentage in such a short space of time (a blink of an eye) the total amount of worldwide emission would remain the same!
From this simple illustration it would appear that without drastically reducing the size of world population, there is no solution to the problem.None at all.So then why do our world leaders pretend that there is one?What is to be gained by pretending rather than by proposing a solution that would solve the problem – a reduction in the size of world population to not more than 1- 2 billion?