Solution 4 Edit

Married couples without children will receive pension in developing countries. This pension will be funded via an international pension fund where every country has to contribute. -- 12:01, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Anna, Ole, Eva

  • Symbol oppose vote We are already having problems financing our own pension. How do you want to finance pension for the whole world if there are no more children growing up to pay into the fund? -- 12:06, January 31, 2014 (UTC) Katrin + Kerry
    • Symbol support vote This is merely a question of priorities. If countries consider overpopulation to be as important as the salvation of Greece's finances, they will come up with the money. -- 12:19, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Anna, Eva, Ole
  • Symbol oppose vote What would they do with the money? Would that be a sustainable use of money? As they do not have children, they would spend everything on themselves and the money would be "lost" after their death. 12:08, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Till and Alina
    • Symbol support vote It is not about what they do with the money but about giving an incentive not give birth to children as a substitute for a pension system. -- 12:18, January 31, 2014 (UTC)Anna, Eva, Ole