sustainability

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Avrupa Birliği) sürdürebilirlik
süreklilik
Sürdürülebilirlik, süreklilik
(Askeri) SÜREKLİLİK: Ulusal hedeflere ulaşabilmek amacıyla muharebe faaliyetini gerekli seviye ve süre idame ettirebilme kabiliyeti. Süreklilik, bir askeri çalışmayı desteklemek için gerekli kuvvet, malzeme ve tüketim malzeme seviyesini temin ve idame işlevidir. Ayrıca bakınız: "military capability"
sustainable
(Ticaret) dayanılır
sustainable
güçlendirilebilir
Sustainable
sürdürülebilir
corporate sustainability
kurumsal sürdürülebilirlik
corporate sustainability
(Ekonomi) Kurumsal sürdürebilirlik
ecological sustainability
ekolojik sürdürülebilirlik
environmental sustainability
çevresel sürdürülebilirlik
self sustainability
Kendi sürekliliğini sağlayabilme
sustainable
Sürdürülebilir, devam ettirilebilir, uzun soluklu
agricultural sustainability
tarımsal sürdürülebilirlik
critical safety item; critical sustainability item
(Askeri) kritik emniyet unsuru; kritik süreklilik unsuru
institutional sustainability
(Ticaret) kurumsal sürdürülebilirlik
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
a means of configuring civilization and human activity so that society, its members and its economies are able to meet their needs and express their greatest potential in the present, while preserving biodiversity and natural ecosystems, planning and acting for the ability to maintain these ideals for future generations
the ability to sustain something
Includes policies and programs that integrate social, environmental, and economic elements
The ability of an ecosystem to maintain ecological processes and functions, biological diversity, and productivity over time
a means of configuring civilization and human activity so that society, its members and its economies are able to meet their needs and express their greatest potential in the present, while preserving biodiversity and natural ecosystems, planning and acting for the ability to maintain these ideals in the very long term
An economical cycle of production, use and disposal of products that can be maintained indefinitely without denuding resources or damaging the environment or society
A strategy by which communities seek economic development approaches that also benefit the local environment and quality of life For a community to be truly sustainable, it must adopt a three-pronged approach that considers economic, environmental and cultural resources Communities must consider these needs in the short term as well as the long term (Smart Communities Network)
Concept developed in 1980 by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and taken up by the Brundtland report in 1987 Sustainable development means a form of development "that meets the needs of present generations without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs"
The concept of meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs In nature conservation terms, it refers to the use of a natural resource in a way where it can be re-newed, such that the environment's natural qualities are maintained
The ability of a community or society to develop a strategy of economic growth and development that continues to function indefinitely within the limits set by ecology and is beneficial to all stakeholders and the environment Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability, Governance
The ability of a system of any kind to endure and be healthy over the long term A "sustainable society" is one that is healthy, vital, resilient, and able to creatively adapt to changing conditions over time Sustainable Seattle, a pioneering effort in the field, defined it as "the long-term health and vitality of cultural, economic, environmental and social systems "
{i} ability to suffer (loss or injury); ability to be supported (emotionally or physically); ability to keep going for a long time (Business); ability to be kept going, ability of being sustainable; ability to survive without human interference, keep in existence (Botany)
Durability of positive programme or project results after the termination of the technical cooperation channeled through that programme or project; static sustainability - the continuous flow of the same benefits, set in motion by the completed programme or project, to the same target groups; dynamic sustainability - the use or adaptation of programme or project results to a different context or changing environment by the original target groups and/or other groups For an outcome, it reflects whether the positive change in development situation will endure
Or Sustainable development have been described as ‘meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs
A concept and strategy by which communities seek economic development approaches that benefit the local environment and quality of life Sustainable development provides a framework under which communities can use resources efficiently, create efficient infrastructures, protect and enhance the quality of life, and create new businesses to strengthen their economies A sustainable community is achieved by a long-term and integrated approach to developing and achieving a healthy community by addressing economic, environmental, and social issues Fostering a strong sense of community and building partnerships and consensus among key stakeholders are also important elements
As defined by the US EPA, sustainability refers to the ability of an ecosystem to maintain a defined/desired state of ecological integrity over time
Indicates that a plan, initiative or physical development project can be implemented and supported over time without depleting or adversely affecting the resources and management capabilities available to it
A sometimes controversial term used to describe the extent to which a forest manager or landowner is operating and replenishing the resources in a forested landscape with due consideration for its long-term environmental integrity
A key concept for the 1990s, promoted by the 1992 Rio Earth Summit, and subsequently G7/G8 conferences and governments at all levels Essentially it is about living, working and ordering society in ways which are environmentally "sustainable", encouraging reduction of pollution, re-use of resources, promoting biodiversity etc The core idea is that "current generations should meet their needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs" It is also in some quarters associated with promoting social justice and a fairer society
The use of ecosystems and their resources in a manner that satisfies current needs while allowing them to persist in the long term
a concept to describe community/economic development in terms of meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs
"Long-term health and vitality: economic, environmental, and social" (New Jersey Future’s definition) Achieving and maintaining sustainability is the implicit goal of every human society
— meeting the needs of today without compromising the ability of future communities to meet their needs This involves taking account of the costs to the environment and depletion of natural resources
The term originally applied to natural resource situations, where the long term was the focus Today, it applies to many disciplines, including economic development, environment, food production, energy, and lifestyle Basically, sustainability refers to doing something with the long term in mind, (several hundred years is sufficient) Today's decisions are made with a consideration of sustaining our activities into the long term future
Meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs, or the health of the planet
Sustainability is the ability of a microcredit programme to maintain its operations and continue to provide service to its customers or clients A Programme is sustainable when a combination of external grants, loans, and internally generated revenues are sufficient to cover all programme expenses over the long term [OECD, 1996]
Use of resources in a manner that allows the resources to be replenished by natural systems, as well avoidance of pollution that damages biological systems Use of resources in such a manner that they will never be exhausted
Meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs As defined by the Brundtland Commission, 1987
the property of being sustainable
A goal, that aims towards preserving quality interactions with the local environment, economy and social system
sustainable
able to be sustained for an indefinite period without damaging the environment, or without depleting a resource; renewable
sustainable
{a} that may be sustained or supported
corporate sustainability
(Ekonomi) Corporate sustainability is a business approach that creates long-term shareholder value by embracing opportunities and managing risks deriving from economic, environmental and social developments
sustainable
The yield of a natural resource that can be produced continually from generation to generation, without depleting the resource
sustainable
meeting the needs of the present without diminishing the ability of people, other species, or future generations to survive
sustainable
material or energy sources that, if managed carefully, will provide at current levels indefinitely
sustainable
A sustainable plan, method, or system is designed to continue at the same rate or level of activity without any problems. The creation of an efficient and sustainable transport system is critical to the long-term future of London
sustainable
The Worldwatch Institute defines "sustainable" as "meeting present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs " For example, wood harvested from a "sustainable forest" means that the wood is derived from a forest managed in a manner so that the trees harvested will be replaced at a rate that matches the rate of removal In this regard, the forest will continue producing wood for successive generations
sustainable
Able to be supported in an ongoing manner
sustainable
1 Of, relating to, or being a method of harvesting or using a resource so that the resource is not depleted or permanently damaged 2 Relating to a human activity that can be sustained over the long term, without adversely affecting the environmental conditions (soil conditions, water quality, climate) necessary to support those same activities in the future
sustainable
You use sustainable to describe the use of natural resources when this use is kept at a steady level that is not likely to damage the environment. Try to buy wood that you know has come from a sustainable source
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Resources are sustainable if they cannot be used up For instance, oil resources are gradually decreasing whereas the wind can be harnessed to produce energy continuously
sustainable
being able to continue into the future
sustainable
The ability to continue a behavior indefinitely
sustainable
Sustainability refers to the ability of the Wyandotte County Child and Family Campus to persist in demonstrating critical desirable features that promote longevity of the Campus, its relationship to the community and its relationship to economic and political agents that may extend beyond the local community This definition implies an interdependence between the Campus and its surrounding community in which positive outcomes are generated for children and families In turn, demonstration of such outcomes draws resources to the community that supports the efforts of the Campus
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a resource or system that meets present needs without compromising those of future generations Example: a continuously maintained forest where mature trees are harvested and new trees are replanted to filter pollutants and provide continued resources and products for future generations
sustainable
1) an action or process that is capable of continuing indefinitely; 2) using natural, renewable, and recyclable resources and products so that limited resources are conserved, stable economic growth is achieved, and damage to the environment is minimized
sustainable
Adjective used to characterize human activities which can be sustained over the long term, without adversely affecting the environmental conditions (soil conditions, water quality, climate) necessary to support those same activities in the future
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Capable of being sustained or maintained; as, the action is not sustainable
sustainable
A process, product or lifestyle that can be kept to indefinitely More info
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Sustainable activities utulise resources and build capacity in a way which ensures that the activity can be maintained over time
sustainable
capable of being maintained at a steady level without exhausting natural resources or causing severe ecological damage
sustainable
capable of being sustained
sustainable
Capable of continuing indefinitely Sustainable Living does not irreversibly harm our environment (See Carrying Capacity and Emergency Edict)
sustainable
Using products of the forest in a way that does not permanently destroy them, so that people in the future can also use them
sustainable
"Development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs" The Bruntland Commission's definition
sustainable
{s} capable of being sustained, maintainable
sustainable
The yield of a natural resource that can be produced continually at a given intensity of management is said to be sustainable
sustainable
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sustainable
Here is another term that does not have a widely-accepted definition For coffee agriculture and resource development, the term implies concern both for laborers' working conditions and for trading practices and land tenure systems that do not impoverish farmersas well as sensitivity to the environment, minimization of pollution, and independence from non-renewable energy sources At the intersection of ecology, economics, and politics, sustainability is concerned with the equitable allocation and consumption of resources, now and in the future
sustainable
A sustainable way of life is one in which human needs are met without diminishing the ability of other people, wild species, or future generations to survive
sustainable
Able to last; able to continue into the future
sustainable
able to be sustained
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