Marian Tupy on Superabundance

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Marian Tupy with Juliette Sellgren

May 19, 2023
Marian Tupy is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and the coauthor of two books: Ten Global Trends Every Smart Person Should Know, with Ron Bailey, and Superabundance, with Gale Pooley.

Today we talk about Superabundance to address the doom and gloom, often environmentalist concerns about overpopulation. He talks to us about his research that shows why this is not the case, and explains what factors contribute to a state of superabundance.

Also, check out  Human Progress, edited by Tupy, which is an innovative and successful version of the Good News Network, which relates to part of our later conversation about the relationship between media and superabundance. 

Want to explore more?
Yael Hungerford, Affirmations: A Review of Superabundance, in City Journal.
Thanos was wrong: more people means more wealth, a Reason podcast with Nick Gillespie, Marian Tupy, and Gale Pooley.
William Godwin, Of Population. An Enquiry concerning the Power of Increase in the Numbers of Mankind, at the Online Library of Liberty.

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