UK resource use 'starts to decouple' from economic growth

Consumption of resources in the UK held steady over the past decade despite rapid economic growth, according to the first thorough account of material flows through the nation's economy.1 But this may simply reflect the "dash for gas" - and levels of resource use continue to place a high demand on the environment, particularly through the UK's growing reliance on imported goods.

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