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The main goal of sustainability is to protect the planet so that future generations don’t have to suffer. Ultimately, we only have finite resources on this planet, but we’re currently not being considerate of that. Our actions now shouldn’t be at the expense of our fellow creatures or humans, so it’s important to be aware of sustainability in our daily lives so we don’t cause more irreparable damage to Earth.
The word sustainability comes from ‘to sustain’, which essentially means to provide support and prolong or preserve something. What we hope to preserve and support is life on planet earth. Thinking about this definition, we can view sustainability as an approach to life that causes the least possible harm to the natural world or living organisms.
The three pillars of sustainability are the three most fundamental aspects of sustainability, and they are environment, economy and society. All of them, directly and indirectly, impact each other – none of these pillars stand alone. This is why it’s important to consider everything when we’re talking about sustainability, from materials and wastage to human treatment and working conditions.
There are so many different ways to be sustainable. One example is green energy – wind power, for example, is a free, natural, and infinite resource that doesn’t cause harm to others, but does help to keep society functioning. Another good example is creating, maintaining and looking after green spaces. This is because green spaces and plants improve air quality, protect water quality and reduce soil erosion, to name a few benefits.
The benefits of sustainability are countless, but to simplify this answer, we’ll break it down into thinking about the three pillars of sustainability. Sustainable practice benefits the environment by conserving and looking after Earth’s resources, preventing global warming and extreme weather, and protecting lives. It benefits the economy by reducing wasted time, effort and power and finding a balance between growth and responsibility. It benefits society by building up communities and supporting those who are most vulnerable.
It’s not always easy trying to make sustainable choices in a society where overconsumption and endless consumerism is encouraged, not only by the world’s biggest corporations, but also by some governments. However, more companies and governments are paying attention to sustainability than ever before, making it easier to make more informed and ethical choices. It may require a bit more research, but the benefits are endless.
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Donation Tables

Donation for plants

29

Construction

  • 200 l water
  • 100 Plants
  • 150 l earth
  • 400 l Fertilizer
  • 10 People Help

Donation for Animals

99

Rebuild

  • 500 l water
  • 150 + medicaments
  • 400 kg food
  • 30 people help
  • 200 l deworming

Donation for Amazon

299

Management

  • 5000 l water
  • 1500 + seeds
  • 4000 kg food
  • 300 people help
  • 2000 tools

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