The issue of the sustainability of resource use, it is disclosed, requires ethical considerations beyond the capacity of the price or market system to supply.
It is disclosed that the relationship between the present and the indefinite future is reciprocal: Not only is the indefinite future to be constructed by the present, it is also the case that the present must be instructed in this construction by the indefinite future through the proxy of collective, long-term, irrevocable purposes.
‘Were all the world’s people to consume at the same rate, a dozen planets would be needed to accommodate our lifestyle.’
A discussion of habitat fragmentation and suburban sprawl.
An explanation of the term "GeoDesign" and what it could mean for our future.
A paper about the challenges for regional design in the Midwest.
In a world where the burgeoning population demands ever more food and water, increasing food production is having adverse environmental impacts, a different way of eating might be the best idea.
This EasyCup sounds simple, but could change the way of living.
Top 10 Management on Environmental Sustainability Strategies: An Overview and Analysis of Doing More with Less
This review of the top 10 things you need to know about Environmental Sustainability Strategies was prepared by Travis Goodwyne while a Business Management major in the College of Business at Southeastern Louisiana University.
The company, regardless of the activity must be "living in the future." This finding implies a continuous movement on the part of the company. Indeed, the entrepreneur or executive who presides over the destiny of this entity to produce a good or service, is constantly stressed to ensure the performance, viability, or at least the continuity in this period of globalization and of open markets. The manager is caught between several dilemmas.