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Digital Europa Thesaurus consumer behaviour degradation of the environment
PAGE | 10 December 2020
The majority of resources used today are non-renewable and are set to become increasingly scarce given rising demand and unsustainable consumption patterns. Global material extraction...
PAGE | 10 December 2020
Approximately 20% of the Earth’s vegetated surface shows persistent declining trends in productivity, mainly as a result of land/water use and management practices.
PAGE | 15 September 2020
Demand for water, food, energy, land and minerals are rising substantially, making natural resources increasingly scarce and more expensive.
PAGE | 17 September 2019
Virtual water and pollution impacts should be factored into the price of imported products.| Related Megatrends: Natural resources; Climate and environment; GeopowerMultilateral cooperation is indispensable to address...
PAGE | 17 September 2019
Unless consumption patterns of the emerging middle class in developing countries change, bottle necks in food and energy are very likely, along with increasing environmental degradation...
PAGE | 12 December 2018
If present trends continue, human demand on the Earth's ecosystem is projected to exceed nature's capacity to regenerate by about 75% by 2020, and by 100% (meaning that we would...
ONLINE RESOURCE | 1 October 2018
Virtual water and other natural resources consumption, as well as pollution impacts should be factored into the price of products (most of all imported products, which should...