Being political looks different from what some people might expect. Being political may mean caring about the environment, expecting food safety standards in restaurants, or even driving a car.
Health sustainability refers to making the healthcare system as eco-conscious as possible and addressing other sustainability issues that impact health, such as climate change and social inequality.
Political sustainability refers to governments taking actions to comprehensively address sustainability as well as individuals pushing for governments to take those actions.
Economic sustainability is about more than just making money, because many of the money-making systems in place currently fuel climate change, which is already causing more money to be spent on climate solutions.
This introduction to intersectional social sustainability illustrates how poverty, patriarchy, and racism negatively impact virtually everyone on earth.
Eco-social sustainability is part of the wider conversation of intersectional sustainability. It is a term that describes the overlap between environmental and social issues.
The health of the natural world is extremely dependent on humanity because human activity has such a huge impact on our surroundings. It is important for us to understand environmental sustainability and act accordingly.
Sustainability is more than environmentalism. This post gives an overview of environmental, social, economic, political, health, education, and individual sustainability.