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The ecological challenges of the 21st century is numerous.


Unexpected / sudden development

The ecological consequences of urbanization:

  • The waste generated by the population is in very large quantities;
  • Landfills needs to exploit;
  • Increasing the need for treatment/recycling;
  • More construction wastes…



The ecological consequences of population growth:

  • More household wastes;
  • More industrial wastes;
  • Greater need for housing…


Constantly decreasing

The ecological consequences of limited resources:

  • Fight for reserves;
  • Stagnant development;
  • Loss of lives;
  • Increasing the recycling demand…


Are we using up more than what is available?

Our current global population is 7.2 billion and growing. (1) Earth’s total resources are only good for 2 billion people at the current demand. Let’s do the math, and it is obvious that the result is a negative.

The way we’re living, we are already using 2 to 3 times more of the Earth’s natural resources than what is sustainable. If we do not act now, we will see the consequences of depletion of natural resources – and it’s not going to be pretty. A desolate, dry Earth is not a fun place to live.


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