the end of economic growth (consumer/corporate capitalism)

what is capitalism?

answer: a word that connotes an economic system based on infinite growth, driven by the endless and greedy pursuit of wealth.

the industrial revolution was made possible with the discovery of cheap energy: steam, coal and oil. the unprecedented economic growth of the twentieth century coincided with a drastic and unsustainable rise in human population. while capitalist theories are based on the assumption that economic growth can go on forever, science disproves this idea and offers undeniable evidence that our environment is being destroyed by our dependence on oil, synthetic chemicals and fossil fuels. the planet has been exploited by the illusions of economic growth. greed is the root of all evil!

economic inequality is antithetical to a sustainable planet. 

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