Sustainability Using the Stakeholders Theory

To be sustainable is to be resilient and adaptable in the face of inevitable change, and to be protected from the risk of collapse. Sustainability requires living within environmental limits, and it requires ensuring that any use of resources does not degrade human wellbeing by depriving future generations of those resources.

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