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Doc alert: Decoupling resources and impacts from economic growth

The United Nations Environment Programme has released the report, Decoupling Natural Resource Use and Environmental Impacts from Economic Growth. See that link for the full report, a summary, and a fact sheet. An excerpt from the above page: “Decouple” rate of resource consumption from economic growth rate, experts warn By 2050, humanity could devour an estimated 140 billion.
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