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I purpose a solution to these problems that some might consider against their religion or downright raciest.

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Posted in climate change, community, ecological degradation, ecological footprint, economic development, energy, food, government policy, pollution, sustainable buildings, sustainable development, sustainable living, US politics

Population growth – will it stop !

We have talked at length over the past two days about sustainable development.   We have also touched on the fact that population continues to rise.   This fact makes the whole topic of sustainable development all the more complicated.   Even if

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Posted in economic development, sustainable living, water

Egypt: The Gift of the Nile

For centuries Egyptian has used the Nile water for their daily use and agriculture. In the last few decades the increasing population of the Nile nations has put strain on the water supply. The problem is that many Nile nations

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SD issues in developing countries, when to start?

Hi The following point came up in some discussions this morning; “Developing countries need to address multiple levels of basic human needs before they can really be able to get a good handle on the sustainable development aspect of things.”

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Ecological Footprint: How many people can the planet bare??

Considering the current turbulences and the raising food prices, one important question will arise: How many people can live in this world?? It is incontestable that, if everyone would live like the average western European, we would need approximately 5

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