Extreme Consumerism: Swimming in Trash — NSTM Planet

The culture of extreme consumerism brings with it extreme waste and with it the death of millions of land and marine animals a year, in addition to the pollution of rivers, lakes and oceans. At present we are already living with the consequences, but it is nothing comparable with the challenges that our children will have to go through.

Vermont Folk Troth

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Human well-being is a singular edge that as a society we seek to promote. […] the high costs of the minimum well-being that we can enjoy today is well-being stolen from future generations. The culture of extreme consumerism brings with it extreme waste and with it the death of millions of land and marine animals a year, in addition to the pollution of rivers, lakes and oceans. At present we are already living with the consequences, but it is nothing comparable with the challenges that our children will have to go through. Massive climatic refugees, an aggravating rise in sea level, fragile economies and quality of life dependent on the amount of resources that one has in a certain region. […]

The circular economy consists of the reuse of waste for the creation of other types of objects, but it also bets on technology because if we…

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