We should protect our kids from climate change by not having them

We should protect our kids from climate change by not having them, by Joanne Nova. The latest crazy meme from those who would run the world.

[There have lately been] a set of stories about population control “for the climate”: ‘We should protect our kids from climate change by not having them’ says Travis Rieder of NPR.

Joanne is diplomatic:

I reckon it seems fairer to have the kids first, then ask them.

Humans have put out 50% of all our emissions of carbon dioxide since 1988, so everyone under 30 may have wished they hadn’t been born during the Anthropocene apocalypse. (All those hot summers, those boring lectures at school).

Let’s do that  survey. How many 28 year-olds think their parents made the wrong call in 1987?

Raising offspring is hard work. “Saving the world” might just be the excuse you’re looking for if you are not inclined to do nappies.

Back to the alarmists:

NPR Travis Rieder, a philosopher at Johns Hopkins University, told NPR. “The situation is bleak, it’s just dark … Population engineering, maybe it’s an extreme move. But it gives us a chance.”

Rieder said America produces a lot of carbon dioxide per person, and the world’s poorest nations will be most affected by global warming. He suggests rich nations should stop having children to remedy this. Reducing the current birth rate to 0.5 kids per woman could be the “thing that saves us,” he said.


I can see his point. Having less babies might cool the world. There are no babies in Antarctica, and there’s no warming there either.

How many non-babies does it take to stop a flood in Bangladesh? Perhaps the IPCC has an App for that.

The Sierra Club, an environmental NGO, thinks the government should issue licenses for parents:

“Childbearing [should be] a punishable crime against society, unless the parents hold a government license … All potential parents [should be] required to use contraceptive chemicals, the government issuing antidotes to citizens chosen for childbearing” David Brower, the first executive director of The Sierra Club, stated in an interview.


What could possibly go wrong? Teenager gets pregnant… Do we give all kids the pill in primary school or just put the drugs in the water?

Looks like the Darwin Award has a new winner this year, the climate alarmists.