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On the Cusp of Global Collapse?: Updated Comparison of The Limits to Growth with Historical Data

Gaia, 2/2012 pp.116-124, June 2012


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Resource IDturner2012
Resource titleOn the Cusp of Global Collapse?: Updated Comparison of The Limits to Growth with Historical Data
Author(s)Graham M. Turner
Publication/ sourceGaia, 2/2012 pp.116-124
Date publishedJune 2012
Summary text/ abstractGlobal data continues to confirm The Limits to Growth standard run scenario, which forecasts an imminent collapse in living standards and population due to resource constraints. Further, the mechanism underlying the simulated breakdown is consistent with increasing energy and capital costs of peak oil. The diversion of energy and capital away from industrial, agricultural, and service sectors is a greater problem than climate change in the modelled scenario since it leads to global collapse by about 2015.
Library categoriesEconomics, 'Limits to Growth', Politics, Simplicity
Added to Free Range Library17/07/2014
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