Assumed growth and apocalyptic thinking
Assumed growth and apocalyptic thinking
By SER / southernenergyandresilience.wordpress.com
Jun 12, 2013

The following is adapted from a post to an email discussion list: Regarding last week's post to this list on ecological economics, I alluded to but didn't go into detail on a fundamental concern about a basic assumption - growth - in the anthropogenic climate change models (source for the quotation below - http://ourfiniteworld.com/2013/05/23/oil-limits-and-climate-change/).

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