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GDP growth, resource extraction and environmental impact continue to be linked

Historical models of GDP growth have depended on fossil fuel consumption, the
extraction of material resources and growing carbon dioxide emissions, which
has led to negative environmental impacts across the world. Despite
innovations, resource efficiency has not improved enough to counter the
impact of growth in demand. In general, paradigm shift is required in business models
to enable growth through resource efficiency, closed loops and decoupling at the systems level.


Find more information at More with Less: Scaling Sustainable Consumption and Resource Efficiency



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