Population-Environment Balance Publications
In our continuous efforts to improve the quality
of life in the United States through population stabilization, BALANCE
has developed numerous educational materials to inform the public
of population and environmental issues. Below is a list of our publications
and other useful reference materials. Call BALANCE at (202) 955-5700
to order a copy of any of our publications. (Subject to availability)
Know The FACTS
The United States Population and Environment.
Arguments against population stabilization in the United States
are often misleading, incomplete, or just plain wrong. This resource
provides some of the more common arguments you might encounter,
and the expert responses. ($7.00)
BALANCE Data and Solutions
Population Growth and Environmental Security.
April 2002. ($7.00)
Why Excess Immigration is Increasingly Threatening
Public Health and Quality of Life. October 2002. ($7.00)
The Sprawl Problem Myths and Solutions.
Contains information on how urban sprawl is consuming the United
States. This resource dispels some of the commonly held myths of
urban sprawl and smart growth. ($7.00)
Ethical Choices in a World of Limits.
Dispels some of the commonly held myths of social justice, environmental
protection, and immigration limitation. ($7.00)
Why Excess Immigration Damages the Environment.
Discusses the reasons why limiting immigration into the United States
is necessary to safeguard our environment. ($7.00)
BALANCE's Classic Monograph Series
These publications are classics in the study of
overpopulation and societal effects. While the data may be old,
the theories still apply to our situation today. Must reads for
any population enthusiast!
Forgotten Fundamentals of the Energy Crisis , by Dr. Albert A. Bartlett. December 1977. ($8.00)
The Steady-State Economy: Alternative to Growthmania,
by Herman E. Daly.April 1987.
Population and Environment: Inseparable Policy
Issues, by Lynton Caldwell. March 1985. ($8.00)
An Ecolate View of the Human Predicament, by
Garret Hardin. October 1984. ($8.00)
Thinking Ahead: Foresight in the Political Process,
by Lindsey Grant. 1983. ($8.00)
The Tragedy of the Commons, by Garret Hardin.
May 1982. ($8.00)
The Cornucopian Fallacies, by Lindsey Grant.
Abernethy, Virginia D. Population Politics.
New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers. 2000. ($26.95)
Population Politics is a provocative examination of the influence
of aid and liberal immigration policies on world and U.S. population
growth. These are often counterproductive to the role of the United
States as an industrial power. This volume's uniquely interdisciplinary
perspective will enlighten the lay reader, as well as demographers
and epidemiologists, conservationists, reproduction and family specialists,
agricultural economists, and public health personnel. This edition
also contains an new introduction by the author.
Chandler, William; Geller, Howard; Ledbetter, Marc: Energy Efficiency:
A New Agenda. American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy,
GW Press: Springfield, VA.
Proposes policies that will: save American consumers over $1 trillion,
cut emmissions of climate-destabilizing gasses, reduce acid rain,
trim America's projected oil imports by more than 25%, and more.
Hawkins, William. Importing Revolution: Open
Borders and the Radical Agenda. Washington DC: American Immigration
Control Foundation. 1994. ($7.00)
Revealing study of the opposition and their tactics used to increase
immigration levels. Details the complex network of far-left radicals
who occupy key positions in such organizations as the Mexican-American
Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), the American Civil
Liberties Union (ACLU), and the National Lawyers Guild. Hawkins
provides evidence that some individuals leading these organizations
resist immigration reduction in order to destabilize American society,
and permanently change the U.S.
Lamm, Gov. Richard D. and Gary Imhoff. The Immigration
Time Bomb: The Fragmenting of America. New York: Truman Talley
Books. 1985. ($20.00)
A deeply concerned warning by the former governor of Colorado on
the massive flow of foreign immigrants each year - both legal and
illegal - to the culturally fragmenting cities of the United States.
Meadows, Donella H. and et al. The Limits to
Growth. New York: Universe Books. 1972. ($12.00)
Examines the five basic factors that determine and, in their interaction,
ultimately limit growth on this planet - population increase, agricultural
production, nonrenewable resources, industrial output, and pollution
generation. The book seeks to achieve a state of global equilibrium
with population and production in a carefully selected balance.
March, Louis T. Immigration and the End of Self-Government.
Raleigh: Representative Government Press. 1999. ($5.95)
Cheap labor, forced political correctness and unending ethnic tension
are now part of the political and cultural landscape of the United
States. March’s analysis demonstrates how mass immigration is changing
America’s body politic and our very form of government.
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