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Lesson 6 Sustainability Planning

Sustainable Development Balancing the fulfillment of human needs with the protection of the environment so that the present and future populations needs an be met
Triple Bottom Line Corporate profit, people and planet Three P's aim to measure the financial, social and environmental performance of the corporation over a period of time
John Elkington Coined the term "Triple Bottom Line" in 1994 He argues that companies should be preparing three different bottom lines, corporate profit, people, and planet
Carrying Capacity Biological concept indicating the maximum population size of the species that could be sustained in perpetuity within the environment, given the availability of food, water, habitat, etc.
James Buchanan Former US secretary & first used the term carrying capacity in 1845
Ian McHarg Wrote about the concept of carrying capacity in his book Design with Nature
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