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Population growth and economic activity (measured by growth in gross domestic product (GDP) are commonly seen as the two most important drivers of natural resource use (UNEP, 2016b). Overall, global population has doubled and global GDP has grown fourfold since the 1970s, thereby requiring large amounts of natural resources to fuel economic development and human well-being.

Sustainable Development Goals:
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