End of resources is not a problem, it's just a circumstance



Robert Solow : Economist
Technology provides unlimited long-run economic progress. Solow has examined the various factors in economic growth, recognizing the importance of technological change as well as increases in labor or capital. His remarkable skill in statistics is matched by his insightful theories and lifelong commitment to well-grounded public policy. He is an expert on growth and employment policies and capital theory, and has published significant work in the area of resource and conservation economics.
Solow has examined the various factors in economic growth, recognizing the importance of technological change as well as increases in labor or capital. His remarkable skill in statistics is matched by his insightful theories and lifelong commitment to well-grounded public policy. He is an expert on growth and employment policies and capital theory, and has published significant work in the area of resource and conservation economics.


"The Economic Record", Solow–Swan growth model


http://hbr.org/2012/04/saving-the-planet-a-tale-of-two-strategies/ar/1