Environmentally speaking, What does it mean to “live sustainably”?
- oliviaLv 51 year ago
To put it plainly, manageable living methods rehearsing a way of life that utilizations as few of Earth's regular assets as would be prudent, trying to make minimal measure of natural harm for who and what is to come.
The individuals who are focused on carrying on with a reasonable way of life will frequently attempt to lessen their carbon impression by changing their methods for transport, vitality utilization and their eating regimen living in a manner that is predictable with supportability, and in parity with, and deferential of mankind's harmonious association with the Earth's characteristic environment and cycles.
Essentially, maintainable living includes living on the Earth as gently as conceivable gathering one's needs in the present without bargaining the requirements of who and what is to come, so they also can appreciate a similar high caliber of life that individuals do today.
- coverdalerLv 51 year ago
To sustain the resources that earth has.
IE: Not using more than we have to. For example, if you knew on the honest heart and mind that you have, that you can only eat four fish before they rot, you wouldn't buy sixty fish and waste the other fifty-six. We should do the same- when those fifty-six, nay, when those sixty fish run out, they've run out.
- M JohnsonLv 61 year ago
Make a lot of money and buy the stuff with that on the label.
- What do you think of the answers? You can sign in to give your opinion on the answer.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Eat only what is necessary. Not add lots of not so go foods.
- Tony BLv 71 year ago
I think it's a pretty vague phrase and its exact meaning variesfrom on context to another.
Basically, I think it means to live causing as little further harm to the environment as possible. Some of the things we do to the planet cannot be “sustained indefinitely”: either the resources needed will eventually be exhausted (such as fossil fuels) or the damage caused to ecosystems, the environment and the planet will be too great to allow us to continue (such as the results of continued activities causing global warming).
In the UK there is concern for the damage caused by the production, use and disposal of plastic. Not using plastic where it could be avoided could be said to contribute to “living sustainably”. It is impossible to continue indefinitely using landfill sites to dispose of the increasing amount of refuse. Producing as little waste as possible, reusing it or recycling it would contribute to “living sustainably”.
Organic farming, self-sufficiency, composting toilets, solar, tidal and wind power are further examples.
- Anonymous1 year ago
It's some Obongo era left over nonsense about how we are causing the earth to warm.
I had the worst winter in 17 years this December, those black and Jews that ran it are WAY OFF.