IS A CARBON FOOTPRINT A PERSONAL ISSUE?

 

Nigel Carter, Principal Advisor, En-Venture

 

Introduction

 

The global community is confronting serious challenges as it enters the second decade of the twenty first century. The economic problems affecting many states, within and without the European Community, are relatively minor when measured against a growing population, foods shortages and diminishing access to natural resources.

 

The World’s population is scheduled to surpass 7 billion people during 2011, with India scheduled soon to overtake China as the most populous country, each with communities well in excess of 1 billion people. Communities are increasingly becoming urban communities with severe pressure on the supply of clean water, as well as the loss of cultivable land to burgeoning industrial and residential development.

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