Energizing The US Resource Innovation Ecosystem: The Case for an Aligned Intermediary to Accelerate GHG Emissions Reduction

@article{Monk2015EnergizingTU,
  title={Energizing The US Resource Innovation Ecosystem: The Case for an Aligned Intermediary to Accelerate GHG Emissions Reduction},
  author={Ashby H. B. Monk and Sarah Wood Kearney and Alicia Seiger and Elliott Donnelley},
  journal={Environmental Justice \& Sustainability eJournal},
  year={2015}
}
By 2050, the world population is forecasted to reach 10 billion people, and consumption of natural resources is expected to increase four-fold above current rates. Radical resource innovation – across energy, agriculture, water, and waste – is required to prepare the world for this future. Without it, we risk irreversible climate change, military conflict over resource access, and deepening inequity in the developing world. Paradoxically, there are no shortages of breakthrough technologies… 

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