Waste isn’t Waste Until We Waste It Ecological sustainability Ecological sustainability implies preserving the productivity of the waterways, soils, and...Read More
Water, the elixir of life, is constantly under threat, resulting in shortages that jeopardise humanity’s survival. Water conservation must be taught to children.
Modern lifestyles produce massive amounts of waste, both degradable and biodegradable. Waste is a valuable resource that should not be squandered. Children should be taught how to manage garbage and reduce its output.
India has important floral, botanical, and faunal resources, as well as other ecological resources. This diverse ecosystem must be preserved. For a healthy and happy existence, children must learn to conserve and protect biological diversity.
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Sustainability is an important concept that is widely referenced and that has achieved broad support. Sustainability is commonly understood to require the balanced pursuit of three goods:
ecological health, social equity, and economic welfare. It is grounded on the ethical commitment to the well-being not only of contemporary populations but also the well-being and enhanced opportunities of future generations.
“Sustainability is equity over time. As a value, it refers to giving equal weight in your decisions to the future as well as the present. You might think of it as extending the Golden Rule through time, so that you do unto future generations as you would have them do unto you.