Andrew Wright searching for true sustainability
Hardly has the term 'sustainability'entered the public vocabulary than it has become the convention to dismiss it as a 'buzzword'.While it is true that few people have much understanding about sustainability, due to the glaring lack of public education through mainstream media channels such as TV, the prevalent tone of irony adopted by the cognoscenti in speaking of the concept is a very easy way of brushing the issue under the carpet again.
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