In 1972, a groundbreaking report titled "The Limits to Growth"
was published by a team of scientists from MIT.
Report issued a dire warning about the dangers of uncontrolled economic growth and
projected a future in which resource depletion could lead to a global collapse.
Initially met with skepticism, recent research suggests that this report may have been more accurate
than previously thought. Let's delve into the findings and their implications for our future.
"The Limits to Growth" utilized a computer model to simulate the
consequences of continuing our current consumption patterns.
The model predicted that if we failed to address resource depletion,
a point would be reached where the global economy would crumble.