Sustainability is one of those words that has been thrown around a lot in the last few years. It is used so often that I think that it has lost all its meaning, and I start to wonder what it means and did it ever mean anything in the first place...
Basically nobody in the world can agree on what the definition of sustainability actually means, and everybody has there own view on what it means, but in my mind it's
"Living in present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs"
So if each of use had the mind set that everything we use, purchase or do today is going to effect how our children and our grandchildren live. We might start looking at The World differently.
I do believe there has been an amazing movement with bigger companies in New Zealand, trying to "GO Green" but it needs to be done in a genuine and caring way, rather than just a marketing ploy. I get the impression the word "sustainability" is used now to create a
There have so many way's and variations of sustainability from caring for the land, how we reuse and recycle, the clothes we wear and the products we use. I could talk for days about different things... but starting with cleaning chemicals!
I have been fortunate enough to try a few available to us here in New Zealand - Here are my top choices.