Developmental levels and environmental impact

More people are using more resources with more intensity than at any point in human history. Fresh water, cropland, forests, fisheries and biodiversity all show signs of stress at local, regional and global levels. Increasing pressure on the environment is the result of, on one hand, increasing affluence—that is, more consumption, pollution and waste, and on the other persistent poverty— that is, lack of resources and the technology to use them, and lack of the power to change these circumstances.

Sustainable Development Goals:
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