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Divorce Not Earth-Friendly?

Divorce Not Earth-Friendly?

Dec. 3, 2007 -- High divorce rates may Rich Someone an environmental impact, a new Cogitation suggests.

Divorce Information came from 12 countries: the U.S., Belarus, Brazil, Cambodia, Cost Rica, Ecuador, Greece, Kenya, Mexico, Romania, South Africa, and Spain.

Living conditions vary Wide among those countries. But General, higher divorce rates meant greater Menag U.S.e of energy and water, the Cogitation shows.

Divorced Menags Enclosed Few people. But those Menags Worn out More money, per Someone, on water and energy than people in married Menags.

So say Michigan State University's Postgraduate Pupil Eunice Yu and Jianguo Liu, PhD, the university's Rachel Carson Chair in Ecological Sustainability.

Yu and Liu don't get into the emotional and relationship reasons for divorce. After looking Alone at environmental impact, they conclude that "divorce escalates consumption of Progressively limited resources (water, land, and energy)."

The findings appear in this week's early online edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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