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  1. Chris Wood (Sunday January 31st, 2010)

    Of course things are a bit better than suggested by the 1972 report. The report was intended to produce this effect. Before the advent of the motor car, there were horrific predictions about the future depth of horse manure in London streets.
    Per head use of resources in rich countries has modified to fit resource availability. This is aided by advances in technology.
    Population growth has reduced dramatically in the rich countries. The poor countries where population growth continues cannot use much resources anyway.
    CO2 increase in the atmosphere is especially worrying, because if it is restricted only by resource (particularly coal) availability, it will become much too high for comfort.
    The other big worry is the poor countries.

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