Tag Archive for 'finite resource'

Wasteful use of phosphorus in agriculture is a key concern in UNEP Year Book 2011

February 21st, 2011 by United Nations Environment Programme

The UNEP Year Book 2011 highlights the use of phosphorus, demand for which has rocketed during the 20th century, in part because of the heated debate over whether or not finite reserves of phosphate rock will soon run out. Massive amounts of phosphorus, a valuable fertilizer needed to feed a growing global population, are being […]

Film: A Crude Awakening

October 2nd, 2010 by Richard Lord

Deputy Scott Ogier’s speech on Peak Oil and exponential growth to the States of Deliberation

November 27th, 2007 by Scott Ogier

I want to spend a little time on something called Peak Oil It is something I have mentioned here before in this chamber. There was a packed presentation at Candie lecture theatre the other night on the topic at which there were three Deputies, it was a shame there wasn’t more. Some people went through […]