ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Planning Organisation at the State Level

 tion of whales over the last few decades demonstrates, for one small system, the ultimate result of the attempt to grow forever in a limited environment. We have not yet learned to live within a limited environment in the anticipation that technology somehow will allow growth to continue still longer. If we do not learn now, while we can, that conservation rather than unlimited growth is desirable then, the alternative is to wait until the price of technology becomes more than society can pay or until the side-effects of technology suppress growth or until problems arise that have no technical solutions.

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