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==About==
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[[Sustainability]] refers to the idea of (human) business and personal/cultural practices which can be continued (sustained) indefinitely without causing irreversible damage to the environment and without using up resources which cannot be replaced in the forseeable future.
 
==Related Articles==
 
==Related Articles==
 
* If humans are at all responsible for [[global warming]] (a point currently under debate), then by definition global warming is a [[sustainability]] issue.
 
* If humans are at all responsible for [[global warming]] (a point currently under debate), then by definition global warming is a [[sustainability]] issue.
 
* [[Oil dependence]] is a [[sustainability]] issue due to human inability to synthesize oil products (mainly fuels) at a sufficient rate to sustain current usage.
 
* [[Oil dependence]] is a [[sustainability]] issue due to human inability to synthesize oil products (mainly fuels) at a sufficient rate to sustain current usage.
==Reference==
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* There is a popular myth that [[there are no sustainable energy sources]].
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* [[sustainable energy]]: there should be a page for this, and much of this page's content should go there. Sustainability is also about farming practices and other things not directly related to energy.
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* [[Electric car]]s seem to be the most likely tool for making [[personal transportation]] sustainable.
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==Links==
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===Reference===
 
* {{htyp}}
 
* {{htyp}}
 
* {{wikipedia}}
 
* {{wikipedia}}
* <s>{{conservapedia}}</s> no article as of 2008-02-05, though some mention in [[conservapedia:environmentalist|environmentalist]]
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* <s>{{conservapedia}}</s> no article as of 2014-05-15, though a search reveals many references
* <s>{{dkosopedia}}</s> no article as of 2008-02-05
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* <s>{{dkosopedia}}</s> no article as of 2014-05-15, though a search reveals many references
* <s>{{sourcewatch}}</s> no article as of 2008-02-05
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* <s>{{sourcewatch}}</s> no article as of 2014-05-15, though a search reveals many references
 
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===Projects===
==Links==
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* [[Appropedia]]: sustainability wiki
 
* [http://www.repoweramerica.org/ Repower America]: political movement to achieve "100% clean energy within 10 years"; [[Al Gore]] seems to be involved
 
* [http://www.repoweramerica.org/ Repower America]: political movement to achieve "100% clean energy within 10 years"; [[Al Gore]] seems to be involved
 
* [http://sca21.wikia.com/ Sustainable Community Action] wiki
 
* [http://sca21.wikia.com/ Sustainable Community Action] wiki
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===News===
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Latest revision as of 15:08, 15 May 2014

About

Sustainability refers to the idea of (human) business and personal/cultural practices which can be continued (sustained) indefinitely without causing irreversible damage to the environment and without using up resources which cannot be replaced in the forseeable future.

Related Articles

Links

Reference

  • HTYP
  • Wikipedia
  • Conservapedia no article as of 2014-05-15, though a search reveals many references
  • dKosopedia no article as of 2014-05-15, though a search reveals many references
  • SourceWatch no article as of 2014-05-15, though a search reveals many references

Projects

News

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