Vol. 52 (2023), pp. 126–127 • 69.7 KB
Cómo mejorar nuestro mundo

Pascual Izquierdo-Egea

Laboratory of Theoretical Archaeology & Archaeonomy
(Laboratorio de Arqueología Teórica y Arqueonomía), Zaragoza, Spain

Arqueol. Iberoam.

A better world is possible by solving the major problems that threaten the existence of humanity: intensive pollution, climate change accelerated by global warming, exponential population growth, and a tremendously unfair speculative economic system.

Improve our world; pollution; global warming; climate change; exponential population growth; economic system; spirituality.

Un mundo mejor es posible si se resuelven los grandes problemas que amenazan la existencia de la humanidad: la contaminación intensiva, el cambio climático acelerado por el calentamiento global, el crecimiento exponencial de la población y un sistema económico especulativo tremendamente injusto.

Palabras clave
Mejorar nuestro mundo; contaminación; calentamiento global; cambio climático; crecimiento exponencial de la población; sistema económico; espiritualidad.

Cite as
Izquierdo-Egea, P. 2023.
How to Improve Our World.
Arqueología Iberoamericana 52: 126-127.

Other Persistent Identifiers

Received: October 20, 2023. Accepted: October 27, 2023. Published: November 3, 2023.


Friedman, H.H.; L.W. Friedman. 2008. Can "Homo spiritualis" replace "Homo economicus" in the business curriculum? e-Journal of Business Education & Scholarship of Teaching 2(2): 1–11. Google Scholar.

Malthus, T.R. 1798. An Essay on the Principle of Population. London. Google Scholar.

Marx, K. 1873. Capital: A Critical Analysis of Capitalist Production. New York: Humboldt. Google Scholar.

Meadows, D.H.; D.L. Meadows; J. Randers; W.W. Behrens. 2018. The limits to growth. In Green Planet Blues: Critical Perspectives on Global Environmental Politics, edited by K. Conca & G.D. Dabelko, pp. 25–29. New York: Routledge. Google Scholar.

Robinson, W.I. 2014. Global Capitalism and the Crisis of Humanity. New York: Cambridge University Press. Google Scholar.

Zandalinas, S.I.; F.B. Fritschi; R. Mittler. 2021. Global warming, climate change, and environmental pollution: recipe for a multifactorial stress combination disaster. Trends in Plant Science 26(6): 588–599. Google Scholar.

Creative Commons License

© 2023 ARQUEOLOGIA IBEROAMERICANA. ISSN 1989-4104. License CC BY 3.0 ES.
Open Access Journal. Edited & Published by Pascual Izquierdo-Egea [P. I. Egea].
Graus & Pina de Ebro, Spain. W3C HTML 4.01 compatible. Contact