Utah’s Fertility Decline:
Richer Lives for All

As population decreases

Quality of life increases

Our model shows:

Decreased population =

Improved quality of life
Stronger economy
Better air

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Modeling methodology that uses the three Kaya Identity “intensities”:
  1. GDP intensity of population—real per-capita living standards;
  2. energy intensity of GDP—how efficiently we use energy from all primary energy sources; and
  3. carbon intensity of energy—on average, how much carbon is embedded in our primary energy sources are.

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