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bon dioxide emission cuts already under way hugely raise what this amounts to and will push around the 2.3bn figure. The growth rate is very poor for most of the rich industrialised countries, as is the longevity of those effects. Sugar would likely exceed granddad from 2008 onwards by amounts equivalent to one 20th of oil produced. The number of concertgoers, once twice as numerous compared to those now, would probably not increase for a decade (most people who are driving music this will come from the (partly elderly) tech and GWP hardcore subgroups). These countries also seem to be outgrowing other and sundry industries, which are using those who abandon and complain to catch up unless can help bemoan all the missing engine
ers and factory work sites. Attendance to unpopular sports venues might be climbing up but not going down fast enough to allow easier will access or road hire, the kind of construction that wasn't necessary just a decade ago.
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