[ UK /ˌə‍ʊvəpˌɒpjʊlˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
[ US /ˌoʊvɝˌpɑpjəˈɫeɪʃən/ ]
  1. too much population
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How To Use overpopulation In A Sentence

  • Overpopulation demands that no rational government provide economic incentives for further procreation.
  • Anyone who doesn't see that the oil, food and climate crises are due to overpopulation is simply not paying attention. Stay at Home Moms: Not So Many
  • The most moderate critics of longevity simply worry that immortality would cause massive overpopulation.
  • Right now the dire consequences of overpopulation is irrefutable, by just looking at the congestion in our cities, along with the ever growing pollution. The Early Word: Being John McCain - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • In a region of narrow valleys, steep mountainsides, and rocky ridges, continuous population growth and practices of partible inheritance over time produced overpopulation, land scarcity, and rural poverty.
  • At least here and in most states with a ton of deer overpopulation is the most dangerous problem facing the herd. What does everybody think about Antler Restrictions? I personnally do not like the idea for many reasons.
  • I especially like the idea that waste, impoliteness and overpopulation become "abominations," although I'm not sure recycling one's aunt will ever truly catch on. Jasper Fforde discusses Shades of Grey, the first in a trilogy set in a future world recognizable as our own - but only just
  • Deforestation and desertification, caused in part by overpopulation, force people off of the hinterlands and into the cities.
  • Due to the exponential growth rate of companion animals, sterilization is a critical behavior that should be targeted in efforts to reduce overpopulation.
  • While I support the promotion of contraceptive pills, and think that having reliable means of chemical contraception is an important tool for allowing people to regulate their family size and for avoiding the societal and environmental dangers of overpopulation, I would be very leery of talk about ‘reproductive autonomy’ as some sort or absolute right, for men or women, because of what it carries in its train. Matthew Yglesias » Show Me the Votes
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