Posted: Apr 17, 2018 12:34 pm
by Alan B
Macdoc wrote:It's actually not ....you do not need to reduce consumption or lifestyle.....you do need to reduce unsustainable consumption and there is a huge difference between the two.

Take an example ....I don't worry about electricity consumption in Ontario as we use no fossil fuel

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This is the entire current population of the planet in the Grand Canyon.

Carbon neutral is the first global goal and sustainable treatment of earth resources including the biome ....it is coming but it's too slow so bio-diversity is suffering.

The technology is there for high population and high living standard being sustainable but not in place yet.
One good sign is the re-wilding of certain areas as rural populations go into urban growth which is also getting denser.

Tracking how Japan deals with the demographics of population decline is cautionary.

Quite graphical. Are there equivalent graphical representations for the amount of land use for (a) living area (b) the food source, both arable and non-arable and (c) the effect on other species?