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Sustainability:  

To consume resources in a way that satisfies the needs of the present generations while not compromising the same needs and resources for future generations.

Our generation needs to be the turning point for more sustainable lifestyles as climate change increasingly affects our everyday lives and jeopardizes our future on this planet. The fight against climate change cannot be solved without people, systems, and societies making sustainable changes for people and our environment. 

 

 

With 100 companies producing 70% of all carbon emissions,

the burden of responsibility needs to rest in the hands of major corporations and the government. Holding major corporations and our governments accountable for environmental degradation and climate change has the power to invoke large-scale action for our planet.

 

It is very difficult to live a sustainable or zero-waste lifestyle, but living as sustainably as you can is the best way to make a difference!

While small, individual actions like reducing waste and energy use are better for the Earth and can insight change, holding our governments and corporations accountable is much more effective. We encourage everyone to be a conscious consumer by thinking of each purchases’ implications on people and the environment, as well as being an advocate for our environment through social and political action.

The Three Pillars of Sustainability

Environment

Protecting our planet & conserving our natural resources

Society

Rights to health, equity, education for all people

Economy

Corporations taking social and environmental responsibility 

The three pillars work together to provide a sustainable world in which environmental, social, and economical factors are developed in balance to create an equitable future.

“We don't need a handful of people living perfectly sustainably, but millions of people doing it imperfectly. “

Living sustainably is imperfect

It is impossible to live entirely sustainably but making small switches every day is a great way to start!