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Excellent presentation. Good points. I like your points about reducing consumption, but for developing economies such as Romania, which seem to be generally increasing consumption and development, I’m not really sure how this aligns. But for sure, if Romania and other places dont apply wise current-thinking practices and also moderation of consumption, then the quality of the environment here wont get better with all of the development…..just will have more development, more cars, more washing machines, and more dirtier air, dirtier soil, dirtier water, etc.
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