For half a century we have been consuming more resources than the planet has time to recreate them, and this is fresh water, oxygen, animal and plant life.
Every year environmentalists report on the so-called "Ecological Debt Day", when the required annual resources are spent much faster.
In 2017, humanity had enough annual resources for only 8 months, and we again became debtors to the Earth.
Do Earthlings have a spare planet?
According to scientists, in order for humanity to no longer live in debt, at least two planets of the Earth are needed, but there is nowhere to take the second planet.
Moreover, today we are not even ready to master our native Solar System.
Scientists Yuri Mazurov, Alexander Tutukov, Vyacheslav Shevchenko, Vladimir Surdin, Arkady Tishkov talk about the need to live reasonably and take care of what we have.
Mazurov Y.L. - Doctor of Geographical Sciences, Professor, Senior researcher at the Geographical Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University. A.V. Tutukov - Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Physics and Evolution of Stars at the Institute of Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences (INASAN). Shevchenko V.V. - Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, astronomer-geodesist, Head of the Department of Lunar and Planetary Research at the P.K. Sternberg State Astronomical Institute (GAISH MSU). Surdin V.G. - astronomer, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, senior researcher at the State Astronomical Institute of the Moscow State University named after P.K. Sternberg, public figure. A.A. Tishkov - Doctor of Geographical Sciences, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, Deputy Director of the Institute of Geography of the Russian Academy of Sciences.