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Should Australia Limit Immigration to Achieve a Sustainable Population?
Australia should limit immigration to achieve a sustainable population.
There are massive impacts of rapid population growth that need to be curtailed.
Australia’s population is growing
for a developed country, and faster than the global population.
Australia is a dry continent with insufficient water and fertile soil for a large population.
Limiting immigration is a direct way to solve issues of overpopulation and sustainability.
The best solution for the human race is for the world's population to be spread evenly, according to available resources.
With a higher population, Australia can do a lot more as a nation. In sporting events, there would be more Australians taking part in international sporting scenes like the Olympics.
Australia has always been a country built on immigration. This has resulted in the rich multiculturalism the country boasts.
Higher population results in higher workforce. This will allow more industry to grow and bloom, thus resulting in higher return for the country.
Many other places in the world accept enormous amounts of immigrants and can still do well.
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