Are humans bad for the planet? Just the opposite, according to the new Simon Abundance Index 2020. Read the full report: Learn more about the Simon Project:
There's a widespread misconception that suggests that people should stop having children because #overpopulation will exhaust Earth's resources. This idea is factually wrong. Learn more at , and join the conversation with #SimonAbundanceIndex.
Resources grow more plentiful not in spite of population growth, but because of it. With every hungry mouth comes a brain capable of innovating humanity's way out of scarcity. Learn more at , and join the conversation with #SimonAbundanceIndex.
Is it ok to still have children? Yes! With every hungry mouth comes a brain capable of innovating humanity's way out of scarcity. Learn more at , and join the conversation with #SimonAbundanceIndex.
In honor of #EarthDay, we are launching The Simon Project, a new initiative from . Explore it here... #SimonAbundanceIndex
Happy #EarthDay from & ! Are humans really bad for the planet? The data says no! Learn more from the #SimonAbundanceIndex—released today...
I think everyone tweeting about #EarthDay on #mtpol should take a long look at this: The #SimonAbundanceIndex is some of the most interesting social science I've ever seen. It's a must-view for anyone interested in serious engagement. Very cool stuff.