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Can Jeremy Grantham Profit From Ecological Mayhem? Agriculture Malthusians 1981 2000, 600 A American Buddha, But Environment Grantham Grantham Grantham’s I Julian London Management May, Metals, Roubini Sitting a a a a a a about address all and and and and and approach are are as asset asset-management at at away be because been bets. between beyond but by call can can’t.” capitalism capitalism’s career career,” century century change change class climate-change company, consequences couple culture daughter, describes desperate dice did dismisses do do doomsaying eighth-century else embodiment environmental everybody. expects experience. fat-cat fell financial for founder from goes got greater ground,” growth has has he he he he his his if important.’ in in in in-house is it it just late left lesson,” limit living, managed marked market markets mind most most most moves much next nor of of of of of on on on or organizations, out out people permanent phosphorus planetary pointing population president price prices prices, prophesying prosper public pushed readers resource resources resources rhetorical right run said said said, saw scattered separate sets seven short-term somehow son, still story study suddenly support, tells tend that the the the the the the the the the the they they this this those time. to to to to www.thelanguagemenu.com
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Can Jeremy Grantham Profit From Ecological Mayhem? _______ in a Panera in Boston’s financial district in early July with Jeremy Grantham, I _______ found myself considering how I might safeguard my children’s and notional grandchildren’s future by _______ engineering the U.S. annexation of Morocco. Grantham, the founder and chief strategist of the _______ firm GMO, was reading aloud from a rough draft of his next quarterly letter _______ investors, in which he ranks some long-term crises of resource limitation along a scale _______ “merely serious” to “dangerous.” Energy “will give us serious and sustained problems” over _______ next 50 years as we make the transition from hydrocarbons — oil, coal, gas _______ to solar, wind, nuclear and other sources, but we’ll muddle through to a solution _______ Peak Oil and related challenges. Peak Everything Else will prove more intractable for humanity. _______ for instance, “are entropy at work . . . from wonderful metal ores to _______ waste,” and scarcity and higher prices “will slowly increase forever,” but if we scrimp _______ recycle, we can make do for another century before tight constraint kicks in. _______ is more worrisome. Local water shortages will cause “persistent irritation” — wars, famines. Of _______ three essential macro nutrient fertilizers, nitrogen is relatively plentiful and recoverable, but we’re running _______ of potassium and phosphorus, finite mined resources that are “necessary for all life.” Canada _______ large reserves of potash (the source of potassium), which is good news for Americans, _______ 50 to 75 percent of the known reserves of phosphate (the source of phosphorus) _______ located
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