Ads Chide Environmentalists For Denying Immigration Driven Overpopulation As Major Threat

Published on December 28th, 2007

Brower, Nelson and Muir Said Immigration Must be Addressed

Santa Barbara, CA—August 16, 2006—Californians for Population Stabilization (CAPS) launched an ad campaign in California this week targeted to “head in the sand” environmentalists. The ads invite environmentalists to engage in “an honest and logical discussion” regarding threats to the environment posed by immigration driven overpopulation in the U.S.

The ad campaign launches as America’s population crosses the 300 million mark this year, primarily driven by legal and illegal mass immigration. Population experts estimate the nation’s population will reach 500 million in about fifty years if immigration policy is not drastically changed.

Diana Hull, President of CAPS commented, “We’re sounding an alarm. Environmentalists need to get their heads out of the sand and into this discussion. Immigration is the number one factor driving America’s population growth yet many environmentalists say immigration isn’t a threat. Growth at this pace will tax our natural resources, destroy wildlife habitat and further degrade our environmental treasures. A sustainable U.S. environment is impossible with this type of irresponsible population acceleration.”

The ads point out that the country’s most significant environmental leaders have emphasized the need to address immigration. The spot references Sierra Club legend David Brower, the founder of Earth Day Gaylord Nelson and even the founder of the modern environmental movement John Muir.

Media will run for an undisclosed period. Left leaning advertising environments are a substantial part of the media buy including Al Franken’s radio show.


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