The inhabitants of the US make up about 5% of the world’s population, but consume around a quarter of the planet’s resources. Other developed countries, and increasingly developing countries too, also have problems with over-consumption – but not to the same extent that this problem exists in the US. Japan and the countries of western Europe manage to maintain a quality of life similar to that in the US, while consuming much less per person. From the prevalence of gas-guzzling SUVs on our streets, to the size of our TVs, the US uses up resources like no other country does.
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