|recommend book⇒Beyond Oil: The Threat to Food and Fuel in the Coming Decades|
|by||John Gever [Author], Robert Kaufmann [Author], David Skole [Author], Charles Vorosmarty [Editor]||978-0-87081-242-2||paperback|
|publisher||University of Colorado|
|The belief that the United States can increase its per-capita material standard of living and its population ad infinitum is a myth that arose from more than a century of economic success. Though U.S. material wealth has increased tremendously, it was created by the extensive depletion or degradation of nonrenewable and ecological resources, a process which is accelerating. Beyond Oil asserts that the link between resources, energy use and economic activity is far stronger and quite different than most experts believe and that dependence of vanishing resources implies that either the population or per-capita material standard of living must stabilize, or both.|
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