Should we have more than two children?

Should we have more than two children?
A leading environmental group has called on couples to have no more than two children and said benefits should be taken away from those who have more. Is this fair comment or an attack on personal freedoms?
More than two kids is a selfish drain on the Earth's resources and state coffers
People should be allowed to do whatever they want and should be supported
Cut the benefits and leave it to personal choice

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