There's a limited view of economic growth being inherently linked to growth of consumption of resources and pollution. It's not true.
If you write a song and make money off it, you've grown the economy by a bit. Most developed economies have been growing in services in recent decades, which mostly means people moving bits and paper around for money.
Opponents of drastic CO2 reduction act as if it will inevitably harm economic growth, but it's not as simple as that.
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