Friday, September 14, 2018

[GMW #4274] Sustainability, Nurturing Applied To All Sectors Of Economics

[GMW #4274] Sustainability, Nurturing Applied To All Sectors Of Economics Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 4000
~ Idea 4662 ~
During my studies of economics at Columbia University immediately after World War II we were told that since air and water were free they had no value and therefore had no place in economics.

Well, how wrong that statement is today! The water industry is a multi-billion dollar industry and the fresh air, oxygen industry will soon be too.

Which are our values of today which will be considered harmful and abnormal in fifty or in a hundred years? To live in overpopulated cities will almost certainly be a case.  To use excessively air travel and automobile transportation will be another.

The notion of sustainability is a new, very important factor to be applied to many sectors of economics.

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~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

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