Samples "Sustainability"


Sustainable Economics Journal Article Review

I chose this article because it focuses on sustainable economics, which “is ethically founded on the idea of efficiency, that is non-wastefulness, in the use of scare resources” (Ballet, 2011, p. 1831). Sustainable economics is critical because it helps achieve two major goals: “(i) the satisfaction of individuals’ needs and...

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538 words | 3 page(s)
Accounting for Natural Resources and Environmental Sustainability

This article explore the primary problem associated with balancing the sustainability of natural resources with economic growth. Although this topic is new, it is essential in the ability to balance economic policy and the needs of environmental sustainability. The article, "Accounting for Natural Resources and Environmental Sustainability: Linking Ecosystem Sustainability...

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Personal Sustainability Plan

Being healthy is more than being free from illness; it includes emotional health and a healthy frame of mind. It is important to feel good about myself and have a healthy self-image and self-esteem. Towards this goal, my personal sustainability plan involves healthy diet, active lifestyle, healthy choices, as well...

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Sustainability in the Fashion Industry

Waste is perhaps the biggest issue facing the fashion industry. It is estimated that around 100 billion items of clothing and 14 billion pairs of shoes are sold on a yearly basis, and less than 20% of all textiles are recycled (Bianchi and Birtwistle, 2010). This is harmful to the...

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Sustainable and Equitable Growth for All

Inequality is an inherent fact of life and has been so for ages. For any society to truly prosper, however, ensuring that the inequalities are mitigated and that the majority in any society can reap the benefits of economic prosperity is crucial for sustainable and equitable growth. In earlier times,...

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391 words | 3 page(s)