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Vasantray Vachhani

Vasantray has joined Speak Out because he believes the earth can not take more people. In fact, he writes, “resources are depleting at much faster rate leading to permanent damage to environment. If it goes like this, one day people may have to starve and there shall be social upheaval. This is slow process of deterioration. If steps are taken today to achieve Population Stabilization, there shall be a good day when we have balance of men, earth and environment… Constant economic growth is neither desirable nor possible. To start, some one needs to raise his voice to spell out where we are going… This will create awareness among masses. I am personally convinced that firm steps are needed…”

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