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|Origin:||Published in the Journal of Practical Applications in Space|
To achieve sustained success in the increasingly competitive world marketplace by developing products and services that customers are willing and able to buy, the U.S. must invest and generate profits in global markets by competing through new products.
In the energy industry sector, a restructuring of this industry may be in the offing, as profound changes on a global scale are being set in motion. These changes include: conservation measures and environmental regulations in developed countries; intolerable living conditions in developing countries where population growth compounds mitigating measures to alleviate these conditions; and globally increasing industrialization and consumption of fossil fuels is potentially placing the Earth's ecology at risk. The linkages between competitive business practices, maintenance of environmentally sound practices, and economic development can be expressed as "ecoefficiency".