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Earth is running out of the resources to sustain life
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Unum
2018-08-09 23:18:41 UTC
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https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8

One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.

The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).

That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Catoni
2018-08-10 00:12:25 UTC
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https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha....

So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .

And when you want to get your teeth fixed, do you call your electrician ? ?

Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha
Unum
2018-08-10 03:06:53 UTC
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https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha....
So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
And when you want to get your teeth fixed, do you call your electrician ? ?
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha
So how much of the resource budget do you think has been used
up, dumbass?

"To calculate Earth's natural resource budget, GFN considers the demand for
natural resources — which includes food, forests, and marine products — as
well as humans' effects on the environment from factors like carbon emissions.
The combined total is designed give a comprehensive picture of humanity's
global footprint. "
Paul Aubrin
2018-08-10 10:04:10 UTC
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https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-
resources-for-life-2018-8
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Post by Unum
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for
climate change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by
August 1, a group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited
research from the Global Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's
resources for the year in just seven months, according to GFN's
analysis.
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha....
So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
And when you want to get your teeth fixed, do you call your electrician ? ?
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha
So how much of the resource budget do you think has been used up,
dumbass?
"To calculate Earth's natural resource budget, GFN considers the demand
for natural resources — which includes food, forests, and marine
products — as well as humans' effects on the environment from factors
like carbon emissions.
The combined total is designed give a comprehensive picture of
humanity's global footprint. "
Actually, their estimates of "natural resources" is ill conceived and
biased. They use 7 arbitrary categories of which six are more or less in
equilibrium. The calculation for the seventh is so imprecise that a small
change in one single parameter can change the whole result. The whole
thing reminds the Club of Rome failed predictions.
George 152
2018-08-10 20:15:17 UTC
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https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha....
So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
And when you want to get your teeth fixed, do you call your electrician ? ?
Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha
So how much of the resource budget do you think has been used
up, dumbass?
"To calculate Earth's natural resource budget, GFN considers the demand for
natural resources - which includes food, forests, and marine products - as
well as humans' effects on the environment from factors like carbon emissions.
The combined total is designed give a comprehensive picture of humanity's
global footprint. "
another line of bullshit...
We're all going to die (eventually)



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Bret Cahill
2018-08-11 16:44:16 UTC
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So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Catoni
2018-08-12 01:03:43 UTC
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So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber if I have a toothache or a badly sprained ankle or if I need a few travel vaccine booster shots before flying to southeast Asia.

But your comrade "Unum" the Liar goes to banks when he needs some science info.
Bret Cahill
2018-08-12 01:26:00 UTC
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So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber
Deniers think electricians & plumbers got $ millions to conduct studies to protect their billion$ in assets?
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if I have a toothache
<CIA>

You tell the dentist that peer review dental studies are part of a global conspiraCEEEE?

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Catoni
2018-08-12 01:48:29 UTC
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Post by Catoni
So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber
Deniers think electricians & plumbers got $ millions to conduct studies to protect their billion$ in assets?
They were paid millions to find problems 555555 :)

Hey.... pay me millions of $ to find problems for you and I PROMISE to find problems for you.

GAURANTEED ! ! !
Unum
2018-08-12 04:33:18 UTC
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So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber
Deniers think electricians & plumbers got $ millions to conduct studies to protect their billion$ in assets?
They were paid millions to find problems 555555 :)
No cite means the drunken idiot is lying as usual.
Post by Catoni
Hey.... pay me millions of $ to find problems for you and I PROMISE to find problems for you.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).

That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Paul Aubrin
2018-08-12 05:52:36 UTC
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Post by Catoni
So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber
Deniers think electricians & plumbers got $ millions to conduct
studies to protect their billion$ in assets?
They were paid millions to find problems 555555
No cite means the drunken idiot is lying as usual.
Post by Catoni
Hey.... pay me millions of $ to find problems for you and I
PROMISE to find problems for you.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
That's what green activists say. But no credible cite mean they are lying
as usual.
Unum
2018-08-13 16:55:53 UTC
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Post by Catoni
So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber
Deniers think electricians & plumbers got $ millions to conduct
studies to protect their billion$ in assets?
They were paid millions to find problems 555555
No cite means the drunken idiot is lying as usual.
Post by Catoni
Hey.... pay me millions of $ to find problems for you and I
PROMISE to find problems for you.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
That's what green activists say. But no credible cite mean they are lying
as usual.
The credible cite was in the original post. Why does aubrin always lie?
Catoni
2018-08-12 22:13:01 UTC
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So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber
Deniers think electricians & plumbers got $ millions to conduct studies to protect their billion$ in assets?
They were paid millions to find problems 555555 :)
No cite means the drunken idiot is lying as usual.
Wrong fcku nuts..... it's simple common sense...

If you pay people millions of dollars to find problems... they will find problems as surely as the fact the sun will rise tomorrow.

Here's another little truism for you... " That which you subsidize.... you will get more of."
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Post by Catoni
Hey.... pay me millions of $ to find problems for you and I PROMISE to find problems for you.
Bret Cahill
2018-08-13 17:25:45 UTC
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Post by Catoni
So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber
Deniers think electricians & plumbers got $ millions to conduct studies to protect their billion$ in assets?
They were paid millions to find problems 555555 :)
No cite means the drunken idiot is lying as usual.
Wrong fcku nuts..... it's simple common sense...
What could possibly go wrong converting the billions in assets to cash and leaving it unguarded on the side of the road?

There's no reason to spend even one cent protecting billions of dollars in assets!
Bret Cahill
2018-08-13 17:20:26 UTC
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So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber
Deniers think electricians & plumbers got $ millions to conduct studies to protect their billion$ in assets?
They were paid millions to find problems 555555 :)
No cite means the drunken idiot is lying as usual.
An even greater absurdity than bankers being part of the conspiraCEEE is the denier here appears outraged anyone is thoughtful enough to wonder "what could possibly go wrong?"

Anyone who has billions invested in the future would be penny wise pound stooped to not spend a few million looking for threats to the future, threats to their billions.

This is yet another reason why looneytarians are not functional enough to be considered capitalists.

A capitalist isn't penny wise pound foolish.


Bret Cahill
Bret Cahill
2018-08-13 17:21:06 UTC
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Post by Catoni
So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber
Deniers think electricians & plumbers got $ millions to conduct studies to protect their billion$ in assets?
They were paid millions to find problems
After all, what could possibly go wrong?
Bret Cahill
2018-08-13 17:03:46 UTC
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Post by Catoni
So this is where you get your science from.......BANKS .
Is you some kind of anti-banker Marxist?
Put it this way...... I don't got to my electrician or plumber
Deniers think electricians & plumbers got $ millions to conduct studies to protect their billion$ in assets?
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AlleyCat
2018-08-10 00:11:51 UTC
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On Thu, 9 Aug 2018 18:18:41 -0500, Unum says...
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One of the world's largest banks says
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JTEM is right
2018-08-10 03:07:17 UTC
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Post by Unum
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
The problem is, the richest, the most powerful people
use up the most resources, and they are the people who
never suffer. So any reduction is going to come out of
the skin of the little people.

If, on the other hand, we let all the resources run
out, the rich will be as fucked up as the rest of us,
perhaps even more so. It's likely that the rich will
be the first into the pot when cannibalism takes over.

So, guess which scenario that I favor? The one where
the people with the least money, least power and least
responsibility for the problem do all the suffering,
or the one were everyone suffers, the rich & powerful
perhaps more so than the rest?

Guess which one I favor?






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Paul Aubrin
2018-08-10 14:13:41 UTC
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So, guess which scenario that I favor? The one where the people with the
least money, least power and least responsibility for the problem do all
the suffering, or the one were everyone suffers, the rich & powerful
perhaps more so than the rest?
The earth is not running out of /resources/. For example, petroleum was
not a resource for any animal species and became (tremendously) useful
for humanity only in 1859. When the petroleum era will be over, there
will still be coal and natural gas. That will leave time for humanity to
devise new sources of energy, such a nuclear fusion.

A video on how 80% of humanity escaped premature death and hunger during
just the last two decades.


JTEM is right
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The earth is not running out of /resources/. For example, petroleum was
not a resource for any animal species and became (tremendously) useful
for humanity only in 1859. When the petroleum era will be over, there
will still be coal and natural gas. That will leave time for humanity to
devise new sources of energy, such a nuclear fusion.
Ive had similar arguments -- not the same topic or
arguments, but similar -- with fake "Liberals" over
illegal aliens. They would talk about what would
happen to food prices without exploiting illegals to
pick the crops (Their benevolence knows no bounds)
and I would point out that, yes, some crops would
become prohibitively expensive, but others are quite
amenable to mechanical harvesting. So, maybe your
SELECTION would change but the result might actually
be CHEAPER, not more expensive, food.

DIFFERENT crops, not more expensive crops...

If we run out of a particular resource it very likely
would mean that we can't do/buy/use certain things
we used to be able to do/buy/use. But, something else
will come along. Our lives won't end, they will change.

EVERYTHING comes at a price. Everything we do, everything
we don't do. Besides the fake science and all the
brainwashing, another way you can tell that the "Global
Warming" idiocy is pure bunk is that there is never ever
a discussion concerning the negative consequences stemming
from "Alternatives" -- "The Price of" alternatives. In
fact, just introducing negative consequences is enough to
get one branded as a oil company loving, Trump Administration
following denier of a climate.








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Bret Cahill
2018-08-13 17:38:57 UTC
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So, guess which scenario that I favor? The one where the people with the
least money, least power and least responsibility for the problem do all
the suffering, or the one were everyone suffers, the rich & powerful
perhaps more so than the rest?
The earth is not running out of /resources/.
It's just converting the resources to CO2.
R Kym Horsell
2018-08-13 17:58:32 UTC
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So, guess which scenario that I favor? The one where the people with the
least money, least power and least responsibility for the problem do all
the suffering, or the one were everyone suffers, the rich & powerful
perhaps more so than the rest?
The earth is not running out of /resources/. For example, petroleum was
Bzzzt.

How much water has Earth lost?
Knowing how much hydrogen had disappeared from the oceans over the last four billion years enabled the researchers to calculate that the oceans have lost about a quarter of their water since the Earth's early days. "Hydrogen and deuterium are still escaping into space, but very slowly, says Pope.Mar 13, 2012
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Indonesia: Jakarta, population 10m, is fastest sinking major city in the
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DESMODUS
2018-08-11 11:46:53 UTC
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The reality is far worse than this as the reckless overpopulation of the planet is destroying a majority of the ecosystems that have sustained life on the planet for more than 300 million years - This cannot and will not continue as the planet will shortly return to the sludge ball it was 2.0 billion years ago . There should not be more than a million people on the planet ! DESMODUS (in fact some think th eonly safe number is zero )



On Friday, 10 August 2018 00:18:45 UTC+1,
Post by Unum
https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Wally W.
2018-08-11 15:22:45 UTC
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Post by DESMODUS
The reality is far worse than this as the reckless overpopulation of the planet is destroying a majority of the ecosystems that have sustained life on the planet for more than 300 million years - This cannot and will not continue as the planet will shortly return to the sludge ball it was 2.0 billion years ago . There should not be more than a million people on the planet ! DESMODUS (in fact some think th eonly safe number is zero )
The use of the word "think" in the misanthropic spew above is an
exaggeration.
Post by DESMODUS
On Friday, 10 August 2018 00:18:45 UTC+1,
Post by Unum
https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
George 152
2018-08-11 20:13:26 UTC
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"DESMODUS" <***@uku.co.uk> wrote in message news:cd907c25-8ce0-4076-b495-***@googlegroups.com...

The reality is far worse than this as the reckless overpopulation of the
planet is destroying a majority of the ecosystems that have sustained life
on the planet for more than 300 million years - This cannot and will not
continue as the planet will shortly return to the sludge ball it was 2.0
billion years ago . There should not be more than a million people on the
planet ! DESMODUS (in fact some think th eonly safe number is zero )

Okay.
Lead off by reducing the Earths population by one.
Put your mortality where your mouth is



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Eric®
2018-08-11 19:56:14 UTC
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Post by Unum
https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Time for measures to slow the growth of the number of world's citizens then.
Unum
2018-08-11 20:01:55 UTC
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Post by Eric®
Post by Unum
https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Time for measures to slow the growth of the number of world's citizens then.
And what measures do you suggest? Starting with yourself of course.
Eric®
2018-08-11 20:06:52 UTC
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Post by Unum
Post by Eric®
Post by Unum
https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Time for measures to slow the growth of the number of world's citizens then.
And what measures do you suggest? Starting with yourself of course.
Tying foreign aid and trade to birth control measures in those countries. Do
you think the world's population can continue to grow as it has without using
additional scarce resources?
Unum
2018-08-11 21:26:50 UTC
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Post by Eric®
Post by Unum
Post by Eric®
Post by Unum
https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Time for measures to slow the growth of the number of world's citizens then.
And what measures do you suggest? Starting with yourself of course.
Tying foreign aid and trade to birth control measures in those countries. Do
you think the world's population can continue to grow as it has without using
additional scarce resources?
Uninformed as usual?

http://www.worldwatch.org/node/810

"industrial countries remain responsible for the bulk of the world’s resource
consumption—as well as the associated global environmental degradation."

"Governments could rein in high consumption by removing economic subsidies for
everything from gas-guzzling vehicles to suburban homebuilding—which total
around $1 trillion globally each year."
Paul Aubrin
2018-08-12 05:55:48 UTC
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Post by Unum
http://www.worldwatch.org/node/810
"industrial countries remain responsible for the bulk of the world’s
resource consumption—as well as the associated global environmental
degradation."
Even supposing that the green activists' seven indicator are
representative of the condition of the world's environment (and they
aren't), six of them are at equilibrium. The seventh is about energy.
Unum
2018-08-13 16:57:21 UTC
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Post by Paul Aubrin
Post by Unum
http://www.worldwatch.org/node/810
"industrial countries remain responsible for the bulk of the world’s
resource consumption—as well as the associated global environmental
degradation."
Even supposing that the green activists' seven indicator are
representative of the condition of the world's environment (and they
aren't), six of them are at equilibrium. The seventh is about energy.
Worthless personal opinion refuted by the cite above.
Eric®
2018-08-12 19:04:52 UTC
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Post by Unum
Post by Eric®
Post by Unum
Post by Eric®
Post by Unum
https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Time for measures to slow the growth of the number of world's citizens then.
And what measures do you suggest? Starting with yourself of course.
Tying foreign aid and trade to birth control measures in those countries. Do
you think the world's population can continue to grow as it has without using
additional scarce resources?
Uninformed as usual?
http://www.worldwatch.org/node/810
"industrial countries remain responsible for the bulk of the world?s resource
consumption?as well as the associated global environmental degradation."
"Governments could rein in high consumption by removing economic subsidies for
everything from gas-guzzling vehicles to suburban homebuilding?which total
around $1 trillion globally each year."
Are you saying that continued population growth is irrelevant then?

Countries Polluting the Oceans Most (plastic waste)
https://www.statista.com/chart/12211/the-countries-polluting-the-oceans-the-
most/
Unum
2018-08-13 16:59:19 UTC
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Post by Eric®
Post by Unum
Post by Eric®
Post by Unum
Post by Eric®
Post by Unum
https://www.businessinsider.com/hsbc-warns-earth-is-running-out-of-resources-for-life-2018-8
One of the world's largest banks says the planet is running out of resources
and warns that neither governments nor companies are prepared for climate
change.
The world spent its entire natural resource budget for the year by August 1, a
group of analysts at HSBC said in a note that cited research from the Global
Footprint Network (GFN).
That means that the world's citizens used up all the planet's resources for
the year in just seven months, according to GFN's analysis.
Time for measures to slow the growth of the number of world's citizens then.
And what measures do you suggest? Starting with yourself of course.
Tying foreign aid and trade to birth control measures in those countries. Do
you think the world's population can continue to grow as it has without using
additional scarce resources?
Uninformed as usual?
http://www.worldwatch.org/node/810
"industrial countries remain responsible for the bulk of the world?s resource
consumption?as well as the associated global environmental degradation."
"Governments could rein in high consumption by removing economic subsidies for
everything from gas-guzzling vehicles to suburban homebuilding?which total
around $1 trillion globally each year."
Are you saying that continued population growth is irrelevant then?
Countries Polluting the Oceans Most (plastic waste)
https://www.statista.com/chart/12211/the-countries-polluting-the-oceans-the-
most/
I'm obviously saying that "Tying foreign aid and trade to birth control
measures in those countries" is uninformed bullshit. Polluting the oceans
isn't the same thing as "the world's citizens used up all the planet's
resources for the year in just seven months", is it.
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