The law of entropy is physical basis of social conflicts for material resources, natural ones as well as the anthropogenically reshaped. Technical progress enables greater use of resources of low entropy; however it also means greater production of entropy. This is the entropic tragedy of progress. Growth of ecologic entropy is connected with economic growth. Environmental Kuznet curve, which beyond the certain level represents delinking between economic growth and growth of pollution, is not valid for many indicators of pollution. There is also a gap between the level of economic growth and self-expressed evaluation of satisfaction. In information society, energetic dogma is accompanied by information dogma, which equalizes material and energetic flows with their information content. With the help of knowledge and information we can more efficiently use the same natural resources or replace them with others, however, we cannot live without them in any case. Replacement has its own limitations despite the important role of economy in this process. The extent of the used natural resources, especially the energy, is extremely important for social development. Certain amount of energy is needed to form a modern industrial society but after that, there are various ways of maintaining the same level of well-being at different use of energy per inhabitant. Taking into account entropic dimensions of economic and human activities in general demands different polity from the existent.