sustain in law

November 7, 2021
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The word sustainable is thrown around a lot these days, but it seems to be thrown out of the window a lot more often than it is really considered. It used to be that sustainability was the umbrella word used to refer to an outcome that was sustainable for a particular industry. But in the age of the internet, sustainability is becoming a buzzword that is applied to anything from the food industry to the environment.

The main character’s life’s mission is to take you, the next generation, and destroy it all for the sake of making sure it doesn’t happen again. He should be pretty happy.

I get it, but how? I mean, I can see your point, but I don’t think the problem is sustainability. I think the problem is that people think all things need to be sustainable and are worried that if an action is not sustainable, then it is not going to be a good action. Because a good action is sustainable, you can then worry about not being sustainable. That’s not sustainable.

Well there you go. The problem is the word “sustainable”. I know that you were doing your homework, but I just want you to explain to me why sustainability is not the word for what you are getting at. I’m really confused.

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