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Against a backdrop streaked with controversy and under the intense spotlight of unprecedented world media attention, the international Conference on Population and Development reached consensus--despite some widely divergent viewpoints--on a worldwide strategy to curb global population growth over the next 20 years and achieve sustained economic growth and sustainable development.
Convened in Cairo, Egypt from 5 to 13 September , the Conference adopted without a vote a 16-chapter Programme of Action, calling for action to stabilize world population growth at below estimates of 7.5 billion by the year 2015 in the context of sustainable development.
Many speakers stressed that population growth in the developing world was not the only threat to the planet's survival; rather, unsustainable consumption patterns in the industrialized world represented an equally grave concern.
So what would the UN see as the best methods for curbing human population growth? Biological attacks Codex alimentarius Genocide Nuclear attacks? Mass sterilization campaigns Wars What else?
Originally posted by BetweenMyths
reply to post by Mtheory
Is this what you're refering to? I haven't seen the tv show.