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  • noun Excessive production


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hyper- +‎ production


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  • So what can we say to that small minority of environmentally conscientious, leisure loving people who want to consume less and work less – especially work less at the corporations and manufacturing companies that are largely responsible for this hyperproduction and hyperconsumption and all the pollution and greenhouse gasses thereby produced?

    If productivity has tripled, why are we working ever longer hours? 2008

  • The crux of the matter is this: For how much longer can our planet's human-friendly environment survive a hyperproductive-hyperconsumptive economic system in which no one is allowed to have decent housing, health care, education etc. unless they are willing to get on, and stay on, the hyperproduction-hyperconsumption treadmill?

    Hyperconsumption, global warming, and the fall of basic-goods buying power among the middle class 2007


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