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In the past several decades our civilisation has witnessed changes which have brought our long-term prospects into question. Non-recyclable fossil fuel is an exhaustible natural resource that will one day no longer be available. As they are our main source of energy it is of common interest to learn how long these fossil fuel resources will be available. This question has attracted the attention of a number of distinguished authorities attempting to forecast the energy future of our planet. 2 Sustainability Concept for Energy, Water and Environment Systems 33 Fig.
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