Jeffrey K. McKee
Explore a world of paleoanthropology, evolutionary theory, human ecology, and scientific common sense.
Sometime in 2012, the earth's human population reached
7 billion people. That is more than twice the number of people on the planet
when I was born (not that long ago, in 1958.) As of
2014, we add nearly 214,000 people to the planet a day (net gain.) We are having trouble taking care of ourselves ... but who will spare nature the consequences, while our human numbers
spiral out of sustainability?
Sparing Nature is available in paperback.
|Paleoanthropology: Taung fossil site / Makapansgat fossil site / Understanding Human Evolution / Backward Running|
|Evolutionary Theory: The Riddled Chain / Riddled Chain FAQs and OGAs|
|Human Ecology: Population and Environment / Sparing Nature|
|Other: Books by JKM / PEER fund / Non-science / Public Lectures / Reprints / JKM contact & credentials|
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