Interviews & Panel Discussions
In recent years I have taken part in a fair number of interviews and discussions on population growth and the environment. Here are some of the better ones.
Interview with Hal Ginsberg, KRXA. Carmel Valley, CA. March 2, 2015
Interview with Al Vuona, WICN. Worcester, MA. March 3, 2015
Interview with Alex Wise, SeaChange Radio. San Francisco, CA. January 17, 2012.
Interview with Stephen & Susan Tchudi, Ecotopia, KZFR. Chico, CA. January 2012.
Interview with Tucker Carlson, the Tucker Carlson Show. July 7, 2017.
Interview with Roy Goodman, Higher Education Today. May 19, 2015.
Is Immigration Reform an Environmental Issue? Interview with Tay Wiles and Leon Kolankiewicz, High Country News. June 14, 2014.
Is Parenthood an Entitlement? Interview with Dave Gardner, Growthbusters Podcast, World Population Balance, January, 2022.
Dropping Birth Rates Are Good News. Interview with Dave, Gardner, The Overpopulation Podcast, World Population Balance, November, 2018.
A Progressive Views The Environmental Costs of U.S. Immigration. Interview with Maria Stadtmueller, The Big Chew. November, 2017.
Are There Too Many People for our Environment? Interview with Jack Weinstein, Institute for Philosophy in Public Life, University of North Dakota. June 8, 2014.
NumbersUSA live webcast with Roy Beck and Anne Manetas on How Many Is Too Many? September 11, 2015.
Center for Immigration Studies panel discussion with Steven Camarota, Michael Lind and David Frum on How Many Is Too Many? May 25, 2015 at the National Press Club.
Progressives for Immigration Reform panel discussion with Vernon Briggs, Ben Zuckerman and Kelvin Thomson on US Population and the National Environmental Protection Act. October 4, 2011.
Center for Immigration Studies panel discussion with Steven Camarota, Andrew Light and Don Weeden on the environmental consequences of mass immigration. August 25, 2009 at the National Press Club.
A Progressive Argument for Reducing Immigration into the United States. Alworth Peace and Justice Lecture. St. Scholastica College, Duluth, MN. February 9, 2017. Good questions from the students after the lecture!