WEF Professor: Declining Birth Rates Will Fight ‘Climate Change’

A World Economic Forum-linked professor has declared that the declining birth rates recorded in countries around the world are actually a “good thing” because the issue will help to fight “climate change.”

As Slay News has reported, experts have been raising the alarm in recent months as global birth rates sink way below sustainable levels.

The issue has led to warnings of a “baby drought” as the birth rate continues to fall.

Australia, Japan, South Korea, and China have all recorded dangerously low birth rates.

Now the UK government is also raising the alarm after also recording a significant drop in birth rates over the past two years.

According to a disturbing report from the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) released last week, live births were down 3.1% from 2021 to 2022.

The figure has dropped to the lowest number since 2002.

According to ONS Health Analysis head James Tucker, the report also found, “Almost a third of all those births were to non-UK-born women.

“This is the highest proportion of live births to non-UK-born women seen since our records began, with India now the most common country of birth for non-UK-born parents.”

However, the sharp decline is not



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