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Table 72 Energy (million kwH) Consumption by Households in the G7 and E7, 1990 and 2005
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Contrary to alarmist rhetoric, the disappearing coral reefs and doubling nitrogen levels are not putting humankind on the brink of extinction (any time soon, at least) But these phenomena do signi cantly detract from quality of life, and in certain prone areas are threatening livelihoods Environmental degradation is responsible when a sherman from Louisiana must travel further and work longer hours to get a decent catch; it is responsible when a Bangladeshi farmer must sit out a storm, hoping his roof will stand up to the increasingly intense oods that each year brings; and it is responsible when a jogger in Tokyo opts for the indoor track to avoid the dirty air outside
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Some rst-worlders take solace in the fact that degradation associated with increased wealth tapers off after a nouveau riche phase, but this is actually a false comfort A much-lauded 1995 study by Princeton economists Gene M Grossman and Alan B Krueger, found an inverted U 7 relationship between income levels and air and water quality As poor economies begin to grow, they initially experience deteriorating environmental quality, but after a certain point, as wealth increases, environmental quality improves as well8 (See Figure 71)
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Throughout this book, we ve discussed how vast swaths of East Asia, Central Europe and the Middle East are increasing industrial output, amassing wealth, and mimicking Western consumption patterns This group, which represents a third or more of humanity, is on the upward slope of the curve, where the demand for a better life via economic growth outpaces the demand for clean air Growing industry after all requires greater resources, and these emerging countries tend to be less ef cient users of inputs According to the Economist Intelligence Unit, China s generators use almost 20 percent more coal to produce one unit of electricity than do generators in developed countries and lose 50 percent more electricity during transmission Chinese manufacturing companies use 3 to 10 times more water, depending on the product, than those in industrialized nations9 Over the hump and on the other side of the curve, rich nations have acquired the resources and know-how to develop clean technologies, lessening the trade-off between growth and environment But pollution reduction has less to do with technology and more to do with what the rich world is producing and what it isn t In 2007, 785 percent of US GDP was tied to the service sector; compare this to a global average of 64 percent, and a mere 40 percent in China Services are far less polluting than industry and far less resource-intensive than agriculture The developed world isn t living on services alone; it still needs manufactured goods, but now it imports them (as discussed in 2) and lets the polluting production processes happen elsewhere So while the inverse-U relationship holds true for many pollutants G7 industry is cleaner than its E7 counterpart it is not necessarily what the G7 produces that pollutes, but more what it consumes Today s economy spreads the impact of consumer choices across national boundaries by stretching the distance between the different phases of the production life cycle from raw material extraction to processing, use, and disposal A typical supply chain crosses several borders To produce a simple consumer product, for example, wood from an Indonesian forest and Malaysian rubber may be exported to the Pearl River Delta, the industrial hub of Hong Kong and its environs, where local air and water pollution is created by the power generation