Is it wrong to have kids in an age of climate change? | The Tylt
With the threat of climate crisis looming, a recent NPR story asked if we have a moral duty not to have children. Some say people should stop having children altogether: the planet is so overpopulated, and producing offspring is pretty much the worst thing you can do for the environment. Others argue children are the biggest reason to stop climate change. We can't just give up on the planet or on future generations. What do you think? 👶 🔥
Is it wrong to have kids in an age of climate change?
Voluntarily not contributing to massive overpopulation rates is literally the best thing we can do for this earth both in terms of environmental damage and to combat poverty. You can call that alarmist. Most call it reality.— Adam B. Zimmerman (@ABZimm) February 8, 2018
Because of the impact Climate Change will have on the future, some liberals have decided not to have kids. Now if we can only get them all to stop breeding.— On A Ledge Somewhere (@LedgeSomewhere) February 7, 2018
Climate change has no political affiliation. I just want to breathe. And my kids to breathe.— Meghan Morrison (@MeghanMorriso11) February 12, 2018
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