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(Category: Issues (from old Category:Rant); cleanup tag; rm " The United States $65 BILLION monthly trade gap" - not exactly a sustainability issue (or if it is, it's not explained); rm Spending $2 a day to earn $1 (who does this?))
 
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Is this even a word ?
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Spending $2 a day to earn $1
 
  
 
20% of the world's population using 80% of the resources
 
20% of the world's population using 80% of the resources
  
5% World Population Growth
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5% annual world population growth.
  
The United States $65 BILLION monthly trade gap
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== Financial unsustainability ==
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The United States $65 billion monthly trade gap{{fact}}
  
 
Chemical fertilizers growing 80 bushels of wheat on an acre of ever more depleting land
 
Chemical fertilizers growing 80 bushels of wheat on an acre of ever more depleting land
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Borrowing US$100,000 at 6% interest to buy a tractor to farm 10,000 acres to net US$10,000 a year.
 
Borrowing US$100,000 at 6% interest to buy a tractor to farm 10,000 acres to net US$10,000 a year.
  
Negative annual savings
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== See also ==
  
==See Also==
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* [[Pseustainability]]
*[[Green]]
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* [[Shallow green]]
*[[Peak oil]]
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* [[Green]]
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* [[Peak oil]]
  
==External Links==
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== External links ==
  
 
[[Category: Community]]
 
[[Category: Community]]
[[Category: Rant]]
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[[Category: Issues]]

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20% of the world's population using 80% of the resources

5% annual world population growth.

Financial unsustainability[edit]

The United States $65 billion monthly trade gap[verification needed]

Chemical fertilizers growing 80 bushels of wheat on an acre of ever more depleting land

Borrowing US$100,000 at 6% interest to buy a tractor to farm 10,000 acres to net US$10,000 a year.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]