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Livability Law covers the latest environmental developments. The Planet blog reports on ecosystems, urban dynamics, policy, and new technologies. Keeping you up to date on what’s green in green news.
Sustainability is defined, in human terms, as meeting the needs of today’s generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Essentially, living within our resources and consuming less. For the environment, it means productive ecosystems and healthy, diverse populations. Both of these definitions contribute to Livability, a better quality of life for all humans and the planet that we inhabit.
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