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Reducing effects of environmental disasters

We may not forget that reducing the greenhouse gas emissions shall not only have an impact at global warming of 1.5, 2, 4 and 6°C but shall have implications for food, water security, energy security, flooding, infrastructure, ecosystems, health, and … Continue reading

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Ecological economics in the stomach #4 Water

Water Last week we saw many countries claiming to have the 7 billionth human on this planet. More than half of the world’s population will live in urban areas, and the populations of many of the world’s cities will likely … Continue reading

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Ecological economics in the stomach #3 Food and Populace

Continuation of: Ecological economics in the stomach #2 Resources Progression over years Humanity has progressed over hundreds of thousands of years, but until about the seventeenth century, progress was a rare event. There were novelties, but a person would not expect … Continue reading

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