A natural capital for a circular economy

November 2015
OECD Observer;Nov2015, Issue 304, p56
Academic Journal
The article discusses the shift in the global economy base from agriculture to industry over the last century as resource extraction from non-renewable stocks has grown while extraction from renewable stocks has declined.


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