Revisiting the Limits to Growth After Peak Oil In the 1970 s a rising world

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  title={Revisiting the Limits to Growth After Peak Oil In the 1970 s a rising world},
  author={Charles A. Hall and John W. Day},
  year={2009}
}
I n recent decades there has been considerable discussion in academia and the media about the environmental impacts of human activity, especially those related to climate change and biodiversity, but far less attention has been paid to the diminishing resource base for humans. Despite our inattention , resource depletion and population growth have been continuing relentlessly. The most immediate of these issues appears to be a decline in oil reservoirs, a phenomenon commonly referred to as… CONTINUE READING

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