One of the ey tenets
of the environmental movement is the need for greater efficiency in our use of dwindling natural especially coal natural the environmental movement is the need for greater efficiency in our use of dwindling resources especially coal natural and oil If our products are designed to be energy efficient so the thinking goes our environmental impacts will be reduced and our fossil fuels will last longer In this surprising new look at sustainability and conservation environmentalist Steve Hallett argues that this thinking is fundamentally flawed In fact based on the example of coal use throughout the Industrial Revolution effici.
Steve Hallett ✓ 1 DOWNLOADF the current supply chain
Efficiency Does Have Itsdoes have its in specific areas
Such As Recycling And Homeas recycling and home but it will not work as a long term approach to our energy dilemma Yet recognizing the inevitable limits to our growth and the shortcomings of our current approach to addressing our dwindling resources is a necessary
FIRST STEP TOWARD THE ESTABLISHMENT OFstep toward the establishment of environmental policy This realistic appraisal of current environmental thinking will challenge environmentalists and industrialists alike From the Trade Paperback edition. Ency leads to consumption faster
Depletion Of Resources And Ultimatelyof resources and ultimately on the planet This is the efficiency trap How do we avoid this trap Hallett suggests that we focus on protecting natural resources ecosystems and social systems by making them resilient Knowing that we have reached limits to growth we should work to decentralize energy delivery services to give homes and communities that we have reached limits to growth we should work to decentralize energy delivery services to give homes and communities measure of independence We can also build sustainable food systems by diversifying the food production landscape to address the vulnerabilities .