Monday, August 5, 2013

CLIMATE CHANGE - #China's Economy Overheated

CLIMATE CHANGE 
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CHINA'S ECONOMY OVERHEATED

A child cooks shrimp and an egg in a frying pan heated by a manhole cover on a hot summer day on 31 July 2013 in Jinan, China. It has been so hot that eggs are hatching without incubators and a highway billboard burst into flames in the worst heat wave in at least 140 years. Photo: China Daily / AP


Sometimes a pictures can tell us more than all the numbers and words combined together, as evidenced by our captioned photographic gem. China is experiencing its worst heat wave in 140 years, while the economic measures continue to move it on the path of unbridled growth, that contaminates the water and environment to the point where arable land for the nation of 1.4 billion people is also rapidly contracting. Without resources, lets not forget, there can be no economic outputs.

So do you think that there may be something wrong with our global economic doctrine? Can it be sustained? Perhaps this picture has a clue to these questions' answers.

Dr Peter G Kinesa
August 5, 2013

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