Le grand pillage, comment nous épuisons les ressources

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Forty years after The Limits to Growth, this new shocking report from the Club of Rome attempts to alert us to our consumption of mineral resources. Whether gold, coal or oil, minerals have always played a central role in the history of humanity, making and breaking entire civilizations. Today, the challenges ahead include uranium, rare earths and lithium.
Resources that are drying up - or whose exploitation costs are exploding - as our dependence on them increases. Less publicized than climate change, the issue of minerals and metals is probably one of the major challenges of the 21st century. Their scarcity calls into question the prospects for green growth based on new technologies.
Indeed, these technologies will not be able to spare us from a radical change in our modes of production and consumption.

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Publisher : Les Petits Matins
Presentation : Paperback
Weight : 498g
13,6 cm × 21,0 cm × 2,3 cm
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