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"Sustainability, in a systemic approach, is the effect of integrative (total) competitiveness of systems in the
hierarchy of the universe space-time-resources domains." Short and/or
long term "Addressing issues from both a short- and long-term perspective."
"Taking into consideration climate change, social responsibility, as well as economic issues when planning for
long-term success of a business."
"Sustainability refers to attaining long-term fiscal responsibility for personal and governmental budgets." Environment/
resources "Not using resources at a faster pace than they can be replenished."
"Using technology to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon footprint."
"Sustainability refers to creating products and energy without exploiting non-renewable resources." Financial
no definition "The ability to leverage and optimize corporate resources."
"The continued growth of my business in...
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- Spring '14