Dr. Linda Groff & Dr. Paul Smoker
Co-Directors, Global Options

GLOBAL MEGACRISIS HOME PAGE

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Introduction:

The global megacrisis issue focuses on the interrelationship between population, food, energy, and environmental problems as these relate to economic development. Advocates argue that there are more and more people on this planet, but less food, energy and resources, plus more environmental pollution, requiring that we all learn to live more simply and less wastefully on the earth--'if' we want to survive into the next century intact.

There are a number of quite well known studies that have been done--especially since the first energy crisis of the early 1970s--that focus on this megacrisis issue (really the interrelated issues of population, food, energy, and environment, as noted). Some of these studies are based on global computer models showing the interrelationship of these variables interacting over time. Other studies look at each of these variables in depth separately. Some of these most notable studies, events, and movements relevant to this debate are cited below--under sources.

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