Unless you consider consuming more alternative energy than fossil fuels to be “using less” rather…
Kareen Movsesyan

your comment “While the abjectly poor (by global standards) may not be driving deforestation, a reasonable 65–80% of people in industrialized nations are, providing the demand that allows it to happen. For instance, the OECD reports that “[g]rowth has been primarily driven by increased global demand for construction minerals, biomass for food and feed, fossil energy carriers.” Additionally, a “growing population with higher average income requires more food, more industrial products, more energy and more water.”

Proves my point. We shall no planet left if we follow your approach. You are fantasizing about growth. The demand can not be saztisfied. you talka bout reforestation when what you offer is clearcutting

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