Ida Kubiszewski, Robert Costanza, Lorenzo Fioramonti, Paul Sutton
15th November 2022
The world population has just hit a new record of 8 billion.
Scientists and experts have been arguing that we need to limit population growth to avoid an ecological catastrophe. It is said the overall impact of affluence is also a function of living standards.
Our approach to affluence needs to be reconsidered to optimise energy use and efficiency. We also need to think about regenerative practices and homegrown solutions in food production.
Ida Kubiszewski is Associate Professor in Global Prosperity at the Institute for Global Prosperity
Professor Robert Constanza is a Professor of Ecological Economics at the Institute for Global Prosperity
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