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The fact is that economic insecurity, health, quality of life and even tackling unemployment all depend on ensuring a healthy planet. Rapid depletion of our natural resources and destroying the ecosystems that provide us so many benefits will hardly provide a secure and healthy future for Carlos or his generation.
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To economists, 32 is even more special, because it measures the difference in lifestyles between the first world and the developing world.
The average rates at which people consume resources like oil and metals, and produce wastes like plastics and greenhouse gases, are about 32 times higher in North America, Western Europe, Japan and Australia than they are in the developing world.
That factor of 32 has big consequences. To understand them, consider our concern with world population. Today, there are more than 6. Several decades ago, many people considered rising population to be the main challenge facing humanity. Now we realize that it matters only insofar as people consume and produce. What really matters is total world consumption, the sum of all local consumptions, which is the product of local population times the local per capita consumption rate.
The population especially of the developing world is growing, and some people remain fixated on this.
Their relative per capita rate is 1. A real problem for the world is that each of us million Americans consumes as much as 32 Kenyans. With 10 times the population, the United States consumes times more resources than Kenya does. When they believe their chances of catching up to be hopeless, they sometimes get frustrated and angry, and some become terrorists, or tolerate or support terrorists.
Since Sept. There will be more terrorist attacks against us and Europe, and perhaps against Japan and Australia, as long as that factorial difference of 32 in consumption rates persists. People who consume little want to enjoy the high-consumption lifestyle. Governments of developing countries make an increase in living standards a primary goal of national policy. And tens of millions of people in the developing world seek the first-world lifestyle on their own, by emigrating, especially to the United States and Western Europe, Japan and Australia.
Among the developing countries that are seeking to increase per capita consumption rates at home, China stands out. The world is already running out of resources, and it will do so even sooner if China achieves American-level consumption rates.
Already, China is competing with us for oil and metals on world markets. Oil consumption would increase by percent, for instance, and world metal consumption by 94 percent. If India as well as China were to catch up, world consumption rates would triple.
If the whole developing world were suddenly to catch up, world rates would increase elevenfold. It would be as if the world population ballooned to 72 billion people retaining present consumption rates. Yet we often promise developing countries that if they will only adopt good policies — for example, institute honest government and a free-market economy — they, too, will be able to enjoy a first-world lifestyle.
This promise is impossible, a cruel hoax: we are having difficulty supporting a first-world lifestyle even now for only one billion people.
But the Chinese are only reaching for the consumption rate we already have. To tell them not to try would be futile.
The only approach that China and other developing countries will accept is to aim to make consumption rates and living standards more equal around the world. No, we could have a stable outcome in which all countries converge on consumption rates considerably below the current highest levels.
Americans might object: there is no way we would sacrifice our living standards for the benefit of people in the rest of the world. Nevertheless, whether we get there willingly or not, we shall soon have lower consumption rates, because our present rates are unsustainable.
Much American consumption is wasteful and contributes little or nothing to quality of life. Other aspects of our consumption are wasteful, too. If we were to operate all fisheries sustainably, we could extract fish from the oceans at maximum historical rates and carry on indefinitely. Yet most forests are managed non-sustainably, with decreasing yields.
These are desirable trends, not horrible prospects. In fact, we already know how to encourage the trends; the main thing lacking has been political will. Australia held a recent election in which a large majority of voters reversed the head-in-the-sand political course their government had followed for a decade; the new government immediately supported the Kyoto Protocol on cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Also in the last year, concern about climate change has increased greatly in the United States. Even in China, vigorous arguments about environmental policy are taking place, and public protests recently halted construction of a huge chemical plant near the center of Xiamen.
Hence I am cautiously optimistic. The world has serious consumption problems, but we can solve them if we choose to do so.
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