The solution to human overpopulation and increased strain on nonrenewable resources may lie in human ingenuity, as it has in the past.
People have been using intellect to solve environmental problems since prehistory, and we still have the ability to adapt to changing conditions today.
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In “The End of Doom,” Ronald Bailey counters environmental alarmism by demonstrating that human ingenuity has always served to find answers for the problems we face. Human overpopulation, the loss of nonrenewable resources, even climate change are all surmountable obstacles, Bailey contends.