The Only Solution of Floods & OverPopulation In India | World Economic Forum | NEW DELHI

The Only Solution of Floods & OverPopulation In India | World Economic Forum | NEW DELHI


United Nations is predicting by 2050
will be nine point eight billion people So reducing human population should
become a major focus of world leadership it’s very very important in 1947 the
average life expectancy of an Indian was 28 years
today it is 71 which is a phenomenal achievement so as our lifespan ik
increases what this means is we are postponing death if you’re postponing
depth should you not postpone birth good evening I’m dr. rocha Saxena masti
said I have seen a dynamic leadership over many years I’m a girl who’s from
Mumbai but I’m married to somebody from Nepal being a girl from two countries
seeing the pain of both countries the way you have shown your leadership in
India and move the governments and industries to make a change I would
actually kind of get your comments how can we build a cross-border cooperation
between India and Nepal Bhutan Bangladesh so that the the issues of
flooding which happens across the border it’s it’s kind of resolved and some more
steps can be taken by both the government’s and the industries and both
the sides of the border to kind of reduce the burden of disasters thank you
see the problems are not of the same nature the problems of Nepal and
problems of India are not of the same nature Nepal is largely a mountainous
country and a copious amount of water coming from glacial melting all the time
the snowmelt degree creates an enormous amount of water rain is also very
copious in the mountains out there almost people may not know this nearly
40% of the Ganga water is from Nepal and and Tibet so the water that is coming
down there people are trying to build dams there which may solve some
immediate problems for them but it will create major problems over 25 to 50
years time you should not build too many big dams in Nepal and they want to build
now these things you cannot stop them but
people here also think too much flooding is happening and we must build dams in
Nepal we must understand this the entire development of this civilization
happened because of this floodplains it brought such a level soil you could grow
anything you want you heard metadesk authority so now we
will a woogle a and all that stuff that is mainly because of the alluvial soil
that came down from the mountains but now we are having a whole population
living in the floodplains and we think flood is a disaster flood is not a
disaster it’s a very good thing it’s bringing wealth into the nation but we
don’t know how to receive this wealth we are getting buried under this wealth
this is our problem so one important thing that nobody wants to touch the
elephant in the room is population nobody wants to address it but we must
address it we are instituting an award for all the young women who have
consciously chosen not to have children in their life we are instituting an
award because this is what needs to happen but human being means we do
everything consciously the Nepali has been and the Indian Mumbai girl need not
necessarily produce a mix you live happily I’m not saying you must not have
but it is not compulsory it is not compulsory it must be a conscious choice
if somebody wishes to otherwise they should stay away from it because the we
are trying to everybody is talking about controlling human aspiration believe me
you’re not the first one right from Buddha’s time even before that people
have been telling you how to not be consumerist how to live with little it’s
not worked or not has it worked or not it’s not worked now suddenly you start
talking about giving up your desires is it going to work I know it will not work
you cannot reduce human aspiration but if we have
sense we can reduce human population United Nations is predicting by 2050
will be nine point eight billion people nine point eight billion people I don’t
want to live on this planet and it’s a shame it’s an absolute shame we are even
thinking of a planet B what does planet B mean we mess up planet a and go to
Planet B are we not ashamed of that even to think that we looking for a planet B
I think it’s a shameful thing that we should think of a planet B if there is a
planet B we should never step on it because of what we have done to Planet a
hello so reducing human population should become a major focus of world
leadership it’s very very important so one reason India’s population is
multiplied the way it has is not necessarily because of excessive
reproduction in 1947 the average life expectancy of in India as an Indian was
28 years today it is 71 which is a phenomenal achievement so as our
lifespan it increases what this means is we are postponing death if you’re
postponing death should you not postpone birth I am NOT talking any philosophy
I’m talking simple arithmetic

5 thoughts on “The Only Solution of Floods & OverPopulation In India | World Economic Forum | NEW DELHI

  1. This guy is relentless for well-being of everyone, 3-4 October in this meet, 5-6 Inner Engineering session where I was, I have to say He does everything with 100% involvement and altruistic nature. What an impact he has made in my life.

  2. Is there anywhere I can get more detail on this? I'm curious to learn more about how Sadhguru proposes the concept of controlling population.

  3. A complicated issue indeed. The West has lowered its birthrate to the point that they aren't even replacing themselves and now they are told they need to import 3rd worlders to replace themselves for economic reasons.

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