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DIALOGO ORI 2018 - Overpopulation and Religion's Involvement

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Category religion; ecology; pollution; birth control; Eugenics; abortion; contra(con)ception; pollution; climate change; diversity of species; genetic mutations; food and water storage; industrial development; fauna and urbanization; deforestation

Deadline: April 20, 2018 | Date: May 19, 2018-May 25, 2018

Venue/Country: online, dialogo-conf.com, Romania

Updated: 2018-02-08 05:09:36 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Is Human Overpopulation a real Problem of an alarming concern or merely a Myth?

Does Overpopulation bring any benefit? What are these benefits? How about the disadvantages?

Can we ignore this phenomenon? Which could be the real solutions to be implemented to stop this scourge?

What negative directions 'Overpopulation threat' leads to [massive human rights abuses, prohibits solutions that can bring prosperity to everyone etc.]?

On the other hand, is the involvement of religion(s) in this aspect beneficial or detrimental?

Does the religious dogma support the social change's solutions needed to stop overpopulation or, on the contrary, is it braking them? For example:

Is Religious Position on Birth Control Irresponsible? Have We Already Filled the Earth? (cf. Gen 1:28)

Is the religious interference in the social problems an aid or merely another challenge?

In what areas of the world is overpopulation having the biggest effects and how?


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