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Connecting the Dots:  Population/Immigration/Environment

Exclusive commentary by Frosty Wooldridge and Lesley Blackner

 Here’s the quiz:

  1. What is the current U.S. population?  (About 297 million.)

  2. How does the U.S. rank among nations in its population?  (Third!  The U.S. has more people than any nation but China or India.)

  3. How many people did the U.S. population add in the 1990’s?  (Over 30 million.)

  4. How many people does the U.S. population add every year?  (Over three million.)

  5. What is the overwhelming cause of U.S. population growth?  (Immigration and births to immigrants—over 90% of our post-1990 population growth is driven by immigration.)

  6. If current immigration levels continue, what will the U.S. population be in 2050?  2100? (Over 400 million in 2050, closing in on a billion in 2100-- with no end in sight.)

  7. How many Americans want unending population growth?  (Unknown—there’s been no public debate on the issue.)

The cliché is true:  demography is destiny.  The U.S. loves to preach at the Third World to slow its population growth.  The media constantly laments that the world’s human population has surpassed the 6 billion mark.  But there’s deafening silence when it comes to the fact that the U.S. has the developed world’s fastest growing population.  You think the traffic is bad now:  just wait another 20 years.

Apparently, the official U.S. position is that population growth outside the U.S. is bad and must be slowed, but population growth within the U.S. is good or, at the very least, unstoppable.  But it wasn’t supposed to turn out like this.  How did this hypocritical position arise?

Does anybody remember the “population bomb” of the early 1970’s?  Back then, when the U.S. had a hundred million less souls to worry about, a national consensus. emerged that unending U.S. population growth is harmful to the nation.  In response to this consensus, Congress passed the National Environmental Policy Act (“NEPA”), a law that is still on the books. 

So what happened? 

The U.S. fertility rate voluntarily reached replacement levels (2 kids per family) in the late 1970’s.  Americans decided we didn’t want to end up like Bangladesh.  The U.S. population growth would have stabilized if we had stayed on course.

But in the 80’s all that ended with immigration.  Millions of legal immigrants annually combined with unknown numbers of illegal immigrants have ignited an unending U.S. population juggernaut.  Add to that the fact that immigrants have more kids than Americans.  The truth is that we are becoming the new poster child for over-population, taking our place beside China and India. 

Under NEPA, every federal agency must consider and review the probable impacts of its rules, policies and actions on the “human environment” before it commits to a particular course of action.  That way the government can make an informed decision.  The “human environment” includes not only the physical environment (air, water, endangered species and land) but also socio-economic conditions, cultural conditions, the built-environment, and demand for resources, jobs and services.

Immigration is our de facto population policy.  Immigration creates lots of impacts at the local, state and federal levels.  These impacts range from national security, to demand for social services like schools, health care, food stamps, hospitals, police, prisons, housing to demand for jobs, income levels, sprawl, traffic, land use, energy, water, environmental quality, etc.  It also covers that precious thing you know when you see it:  quality of life.   

Under NEPA, the federal government should have been reviewing all these immigration related impacts over the past 35 years.  Then, the federal government and U.S. citizens would have had a better idea of the costs and benefits resulting from open borders.  Policies and allocation of resources would have been more informed.  There would have been genuine debate and discussion.  Instead, NEPA has been completely ignored.  The federal government turned a blind eye to the multiple impacts of immigration.  No NEPA reviews have ever been conducted relating to immigration law, rules and policies.  It’s yet another case of failing to connect the dots. 

Citizens who care about the fate of the U.S. need to demand that the federal government get its head out of the sand and produce honest reviews of the impacts of immigration driven population growth.  NEPA was enacted 35 years ago for exactly this reason.  Americans like to pride ourselves upon being a nation of laws, but when it comes to immigration, it doesn’t seem that the law means anything.

Lesley Blackner, is an environmental attorney practicing in Florida. Frosty Wooldridge ( is a teacher and author who has bicycled 100,000 miles on six continents to see overpopulation up close and ugly. Next book due out in June: ‘INCURSION INTO AMERICA: IMMIGRATION’S UNARMED INVASION—DEADLY CONSEQUENCES’.



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