reports on Der Spiegel’s ‘astounding interview with Pan Yue, Deputy Director of China’s State Environmental Protection Administration.’

We are using too many raw materials
to sustain this growth. To produce goods worth $10,000, for example, we
need seven times more resources than Japan, nearly six times more than
the United States and, perhaps most embarrassing, nearly three times
more than India. Things can’t, nor should they be allowed to go on like

That macro-economic comparison is stark and powerful. The micro can be
too. Do you know how your firm stacks up against its competitors?
Shouldn’t you?

(We can help you. Ask me how.)

(This will be an element in my speech on ‘Risk, Fiduciary Responsibilty, and the Laws of Nature‘ at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco April 6.)

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