These statistics are fairly close.29% of Earth is land mass. Of that 29% humans occupy less than 1% of that area. Of the remaining 28% about 40% is pure wilderness. 14% is true desert
There is enough green, allways will be. We were warned by Pols long ago, huge citys , building on top of buildings is dangerous territory in every imaginable way.
Industry, supercorps have the option of creating new areas, expansion of small towns by introducing manafacturing, etc. This was how the industrial revolution began.
Industry has closed its door, dried up small towns, hit on independent farmers, well you name it, they want it all. Controll.
If the greenies had a tad of common sense this would be obvious, However the gov and the underlings have made it fashionable to be a greeny, the good guys shiite, as if those who disagree are evil gumps.
Personelly, I like nature, beleive that if we spent some of the many trillions we have paid for wars, military, MIC, and stepped on big corps and their BS we wouldn't have to be concerned about the green, nor the number of humans they stuff in our faces on a daily basis.
Yep, you could comfortably fit the entire human race and support them with ease in area the size of Texas. Hardly a strain against the bosom of mother earth. Course the powers that be love large built up cities since they invite scarcity and create the idea of overpopulation since you're consistently stacked right next to everyone else which in turn creates the idea in most city dwellers mind that we are overpopulated since it's what they are used to. I think Washington said it best, "Once we live in cities as built up as Europe's we will become as corrupted as Europe."