Escalating Resource Use: Securing Resources for the Future
The action of using up a resource.
The ecology, air, water, minerals, organisms, and all other external factors surrounding and affecting a given organism at any time.
Become or make more intense.
Separate, disengage, or dissociate (something) from something else
Become free of physical substance.
- Green growth
Is a term to describe a path of economic growth that uses natural resources in a sustainable manner.
- Natural resources
Things such as minerals, forests, coal, etc. that exist in a place and can be used by people.
A natural resource or source of energy that is not depleted by use, such as water, wind, or solar power.
Existing in finite quantity; not capable of being replenished.
Defined as a ratio of a volume measure of output to a volume measure of input use.
The degree to which a business or activity yields profit or financial gain.
Materials in this manuscript including tables and figures are extracted from the author’s work-in-progress PhD thesis. Information derived from the published or unpublished work of others has been acknowledged in the text; figures and a list of references are given.
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