State of the World 2006

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on February 13, 2006

State of the World 2006 – Special Focus: China and India, January 2006 ($). “This year, Worldwatch Institute’s annual State of the World report provides a special focus on China and India, examining the global impact as these two nations join the United States and Europe as major consumers of resources and polluters of local and global ecosystems. The report explains the critical need for both countries to “leapfrog” the technologies, policies, and even the cultures that now prevail in many western countries for the sake of global sustainability—and reports on some of the strategies that China and India are starting to implement.”

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  • January 12, 2006 – State of the World 2006: China, India, the U.S., Europe, and Japan by the Numbers – “These slides offer a glimpse of the rising ecological impact of two populous developing nations, China and India, while illustrating that the per-capita resource consumption and pollution of countries in the industrialized world—including the United States, the European Union and Japan—is much higher.”
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