Short term and long term: staving off starvation may compete with sustainability (15/05/17 05:56:08)
Population increase may be advantageous for those country leaders that need cannon fodder for their next wars - and religious leaders will support that. This is disastrously destructive in a country that cannot always feed itself. So religion and sustainability needs a compromise: sustainability must not be ignored.
Polluting rivers, soil and air may be economically advantageous in the short term, but destructive in the long term.
Widespread antibiotic prophylaxis may be advantageous in the short term, but is a strong stimulant towards widespread and severe antibiotic resistance.
When will we have mature adults as leaders for all countries -or at least: enough countries?
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