Petition Distribution:Petition Distribution Lesotho
- PSI/Lesotho: http://www.psi.org/Where_We_Work/lesotho.html
Population Services International(PSI)/Lesotho
307c Cenez Road; Maseru, Lesotho
Phone: + 266-223-26-825; Fax: + 266-223-11-200
- Population Lesotho(Encyclopedia)/Forum : http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/Africa/Lesotho-POPULATION.html
"It is with gratitude for your representative service to the Nation of Lesotho that i write to you.
It is now indeed clear, that the Greatest threat to Mankind and Earth comes from the OverPopulation of Humans, which is growing now at an exponential rate.
Please seriously consider the document 'A Crusade Against Overpopulation' here:
This document will be sent to US Ambassadors in every Nation, to President Obama, to Vice-President Biden, and to Secretary of State Clinton; to all gouvernments, NGO's; to influencal figures(Reverend Desmond Tutu, Mr Nelson Mandela, Mr. Al gore) and other individuals, known for their commitment to global issues - Bono Vox of U2, Bob Geldof...
Allow me now to draw your attention to the following:
- Billion people face famine by mid-century, says top US scientist
From Times Online, March 23, 2009
“Famines affecting a billion people will threaten global food security during the 21st century, according to a leading US scientist.
Nina Fedoroff, the US State Department chief scientist, is convinced that food shortages will be the biggest challenge facing the world as temperatures and population levels rise. Food security in the coming years, she said, is “a huge problem” that has been met with little more than complacency. “We are asleep at the switch,” she said. Her warning echoes comments by John Beddington, Britain’s chief scientist, last week in which he forecast a “perfect storm” of food, water and energy shortages by 2030.
- BBC: Earth population 'exceeds limits'
By Steven Duke, BBC World Service; 31 March 2009
" There are already too many people living on Planet Earth", according to one of most influential science advisors in the US government.
What are the long term plans of the Nation and the Government of Lesotho - under the wise leadership of the King - in this regard?