Monthly Archives: April 2016

Final Epiphany

After the semester in this class, I think I would now define sustainability as something that goes beyond my initial idea of just green initiatives and recycling. It is all about better caring for the earth around you and the … Continue reading

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A Way of Life

Sustainability is a way of life. We can change little things in our lives and pretend that they are good for the world, but even that isn’t enough. Sustainability is literally the ability of a system to be sustained. If … Continue reading

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The End Is Near

I didn’t realize until I went back and reviewed my first blog that I didn’t write about what I thought sustainability is.  I was a little shocked at that revelation.  Before this class began, I had always heard about “Sustainability” … Continue reading

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My sustainABILITY

At the beginning of the semester, I did not expect to learn all of the things that I have. When asked, “define sustainability” the first day of class, the only thing that I could think of was recycling. After attending … Continue reading

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Final Blog – The End Is Here

Question 1 My definition of sustainability would be something along the lines of using methods and processes that do not destroy natural, nonrenewable resources. In addition to that, sustainability should be about cleaning up the earth and improving our environment, … Continue reading

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Final Blog

  When starting out in this course I didn’t fully know what sustainability was. I had a vague idea of being green. In taking this course I learned that it is much more than I thought. My view of sustainability … Continue reading

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Sustainability through my eye

  At the beginning of the semester, I had a slight idea what sustainability was as I worked on a volunteer research project called “Recut, Reclaim, Repurpose: T’s to Textiles.” I believed that sustainability was more of using less energy, … Continue reading

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