Will we need two earths by 2030?

Will we need two earths by 2030?
A report from WWF claims that humanity is using up to 50% more resources than the planet can provide – what’s your view?
Yes, I plan to spend my retirement in space
No, I'm staying put - we'll sort it
I won't live that long to care

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