by Glenn Campbell – – July 7, 2018:
Bad times are coming to Planet Earth, but the worst threats are probably not what you think. If you are worried about climate change, rising sea levels, drug-resistant disease, nuclear war, cybercrime, natural disasters, killer asteroids, the rise of would-be dictators and the decline of global democracy, you better make space in your nightmares for a whole different class of disasters that could arrive sooner and cause more damage.
These disasters are demographic, meaning they have arisen from changes in human populations over the past half-century. The most obvious demographic changes since the 1960s have been the fall in birth rates in most countries and the aging of their populations. In nearly all industrial countries, there are far fewer children than there once were and many more old people. These changes have crept up on us slowly and may seem benign, but they can be just as devastating in their own way as rising sea levels.
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