Resource Depletion Quotes

Resource Depletion Quotes by Phil Harding, Toby Robins, Ramez Naam, Ralph Chaplin, Kofi Annan and many others.

The 20th Century approach to economics, resource depletion and over-consumption means we boom and bust until we bust more than we boom; that is precisely what is happening. In a low growth economy, the true meaning of resource efficiency in business and in everything we do is essential
Environmental policies are not just about good publicity; they are about responding to the moral imperative to address both climate change and resource depletion…A company culture that is based on measuring everything in purely financial terms will be crippled by a high turnover of staff, customers and suppliers
Toby Robins
New technology lets you grow the resource pie, which is the only way you can get out between that pincer of rising consumption (as we end poverty) and environmental and natural resource depletion.
It seems the most logical thing in the world to believe that the natural resources of the Earth, upon which the race depends for food, clothing and shelter, should be owned collectively by the race instead of being the private property of a few social parasites.
All our efforts to defeat poverty and pursue sustainable development will be in vain if environmental degradation and natural resource depletion continue unabated.
Everybody talks about population growth and its disastrous effect on climate change, food security and resource depletion, but nobody does anything about it