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sustainability

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The extent to which new formats for working and improved outcomes become the standard, the thinking and attitudes behind them fundamentally altered, and the systems surrounding them transformed.

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The optimisation of the interactions between humans and nature, such that economies can be maintained at a desirable level of growth and productivity without environmental degradation, which compromises future growth and productivity.

sustainability

the commercial/economic use of resources which can be replaced and not depleted i.e. sustainable resources.
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Celebrating much of the work Cynnal Cymru has done over the last 12 years, Derek Osborn, Cynnal Cymru - Sustain Wales chair said: "It is an exciting time for Cynnal Cymru with the opening of the awards for nomination and the recent launch of our new membership offer.
The event will clarify Cynnal Cymru - Sustain Wales' future aims and offerings, namely: The Sustain Wales Fund The Sustain Wales Awards A suite of training programmes A range of events throughout Wales as well as sustainable event consultancy A new membership scheme to allow interested parties to be more involved Sustainable development consultancy, mentoring and advice.
Initial residual effects of injury included: decreased physical strength and endurance, decreased ability to sustain attention, impaired auditory comprehension, and impaired short term memory when compared to prior abilities.
One item described several core elements required to sustain an online community according to previous publications (Kollock, 1998; Whittaker et al, 1997).
The hope we all sustain is that sufficient progress can be achieved within a time frame and political legitimation process that can contain violence and promote a culture of peaceful progress.
CYNNAL Cymru - Sustain Wales are launching the Sustain Wales Fund and a new awards programme at their conference on January 22.
Each installation was selected from others within its Service or agency for making the best use of its resources to sustain the mission, increase workforce productivity, and enhance the quality of life of its people, explained Ray DuBois, deputy undersecretary for installations and environment.
The burgeoning communication sector is expected to sustain demand for the Asia Pacific general purpose test and measurement equipment market.