Ecological footprint

It has become common knowledge, with the exception of a few obstinate oil magnates, that there’s a limit to the planet’s natural resources. If the consumption model of industrialized countries were to be adopted globally, the price of petrol or water would no longer be a priority. In all probability, the main concern would be a shortage of oxygen.

The market trends of the last century had accustomed us to somewhat static markets, dominated by the sensational production capacity of the U.S. and other economies’ with relatively stable and solid production sectors.

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