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Choosing to live the minimalist lifestyle, sustainably speaking

Prudence tells us we all will be better off when sustainable lifestyles are adopted by all. Minimalism, the disciplined pursuit of a lifestyle that emphasizes owning only those items that add meaning or answer a genuine need, can work hand-in-glove with the pursuit of sustainability.

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Economic sustainability by the numbers & eight ways you can help

There isn’t a better time to achieve economic sustainability than now. But what is it, and why is it important? We must work to meet our needs while ensuring that our descendants have the means to meet their needs.

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What you need to know about the Paris Agreement and greenhouse gases

The United States emits greenhouse gases at a rate greater than any nation on Earth except China. Although much smaller in population — the US has just over 332 million to China’s nearly 1.4 billion — the US emits greenhouse gases at a rate roughly half of that of China.

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Climate change – the planet really is getting warmer. Are we to blame?

Early summer 2021 brought record highs to the normally temperate northwestern US and southwestern Canada. Portland, Oregon reported a high of 116 degrees Fahrenheit. A region in Washington’s Pacific Coast reported a temperature of 110 degrees, four degrees higher than the all-time high in Las Vegas. Climate scientists report global temperatures are now higher than they were in the late 1800s.

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The concern with sustainability is older than you may think: A history 1660 – 2021

You may think the concept of sustainability is new. However, history tells us otherwise …

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Three Tips to Save Senior Caregivers Stress

Some days it feels like the entire world has stopped spinning, but those of us who care for elderly or disabled loved ones in decline know that isn’t the case.

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A quick guide to environmental sustainability

Environmental sustainability: perhaps the most important leg of the thrice-pronged sustainability equation. Without a healthy environment, social and economic equity become irrelevant. Life as we know it is threatened, even impossible in some cases.

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Social sustainability: A glance at our global makeup

The World Bank defines social sustainability as being “about inclusive and resilient societies where citizens have a voice and governments respond.” It hinges on people understanding, accepting, and supporting one another.

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Sustainability: What the world needs now is green, sweet green

Some say the term “sustainability” is used so often for so many different activities, that it has become meaningless. I, for one, don’t think so. Millions of people in these times don’t only think sustainability is a viable concept; they’re also working toward its achievement. Indeed, sustainability may be the greatest need of life today.

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Economic sustainability: Market viability and the people’s well-being

Sustainability is usually divided into three sectors: the environment, society, and economy. A look at the four major types of economies: traditional, market-based, command-based, and mixed. And three new ones: circular, global, and green.

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