Sustainable

managing resources so that they will last

sustainable

(Living things in their environment) activity which does not use up or destroy resources or the environment, so that it can continue to be done in the future

Sustainable

Able to be used in a way that does not deplete; renewable.
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sustainable

[adj] - capable of being sustained
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Sustainable

A way of using resources that does not threaten their long term survival or the survival of the plants, animals and people that depend on them.
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Sustainable

Sus·tain'a·ble adjective [ Confer French soutenable , Old French soustenable .] Capable of being sustained or maintained; as, the action is not sustainable .
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sustainable

An ecosystem condition in which biodiversity, renewability, and resource productivity are maintained over time. ... (05 Dec 1998) ...
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sustainable

adjective capable of being sustained
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Sustainable

• (a.) Capable of being sustained or maintained; as, the action is not sustainable.
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sustainable

Capable of being continued indefinitely. For example, the sustainable yield of a forest is equivalent to the amount that grows back. Environmentalists made the term a catchword, in advocating the sustainable use of resources
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Sustainable

Able to be used in a way that does not deplete; renewable.
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Sustainable

Capable of being maintained for a long time.
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Sustainable

A sustainable way of life is one in which human needs are met without diminishing the ability of oth
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Sustainable

Conducting activities in a way that can continue over the long term, as opposed to depleting resources over the short term.
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Sustainable

Capable of being continued with minimal long-term effect on the environment, as with sustainable agriculture, which integrates three main goals: environmental stewardship, farm profitability, and prosperous farming communities. Sustainable development recognizes the need to work with living environments in a balanced manner.
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Sustainable

Can be maintained at a stable level without draining natural resources or causing excessive harm to the environment.
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Sustainable

capable of being continued with minimal long-term effect on the environment.
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