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At the start of the 20th century, the mass of human-created stuff weighed in at 35 billion tons, roughly 3 percent of global biomass.

Human-made materials now equal weight of all life on and doubling roughly every 20 years.

On average, for each person on the globe, anthropogenic mass equal to more than their bodyweight is produced every week.

nationalgeographic.com/environ

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