Couldn't figure a better thread title but my question is as follows. Intro... I was bought up to think that any suggestion to limit population growth from a state level is like the most evil suggestion. Given that science will prolly always find ways to feed people I would like to leave food supply out of the discussion. Question is it more ethical to allow anyone of legal age to breed as much as and whenever they want or is it more ethical to impose restrictions on the number and type of people breeding. I really think it is horrible to think restrictions are ethical but without catastraphising the point I think it is also unethical to have unlimited population growth. I get there are limitations eg fertility, mortality etc but in theory. Second question is it ethical to have open borders on migration like Germany, Sweden etc are involved with. Again I am torn, sure most of us a from migrant families and we should alleviate suffering in the world but is this sustainable? Very torn on these questions, what do others think if anyone even thinks about this at all??