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“Love her shes the only one.”

William Robert Catton, American sociologist and author of the 1980 book “Overshoot: The Ecological Basis of Revolutionary Change” claimed that humans have already overshot the Earth’s capacity to provide resources.

According to footprintnetwork.org, global overshoot occurs when “humanity’s demand on nature exceeds the biosphere’s supply, or regenerative capacity”. Overshoot leads to a depletion of Earth’s resources. Recently, it has been found that today’s humanity uses the equivalent of 1.5 planets to provide resources for consumption. It means that the Earth now takes one years and six months to regenerate the renewable resources in that same year. At current consumption rates, ecologists predict that even if people shift their sourcing, these sources will eventually run out of resources too. This results to collapsing fisheries, diminishing forests, and depletion of fresh water systems. Moreover, too much consumption and population has already produced an excess of greenhouse gases that cause climate change and ocean acidification. Ultimately, it will lead to war, mass migrations, diseases, and famine.

Materialism is then not only socially destructive and self-destructive but also environmentally destructive. Packaging accounts for 50% of all paper produced in North America, 1 million plastic bags are used every minute, and 25 million plastic bottles are tossed out every hour. Minimizing one’s environment footprint by consuming less and recycling more is a huge part of helping the planet.

Polish sociologist Zygmunt Bauman said, “There are other ways of finding satisfaction, recipes for human happiness, enjoyment, dignified and meaningful, gratifying life, than increased consumption that increases production.”




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