The Natural Step is a non-profit environmental education organization working to build an ecologically and economically sustainable society. They have recently made a nice two minutes cartoon explaining what sustainability is according to The Natural Step framework. The cartoon is a good way to start the sustainability journey for any individual or organization to get basic understanding of how to contribute to a better and more sustainable future.

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  1. Latricia says:

    Jul 16, 2016

    sudah saya email mba price list + katalog lengkap semua ukuran. cara menjadi relleser cukup mudah mba. harap dicek ya mba Terima kasih, Ely Mufida

  2. I have advertised you on TWOP twice, I'm so excited (I hope I haven't broken the rules there because of that), and on another forum. I have been horribly impatient for forever, but it is good and convenient that you are starting on Monday, because most of the semester is done and I can rewatch with you. I assume you are watching through Netflix. The DVD covers and disc art tend to be vaguely spoily, with some particularly flagrant examples. *side-eyes them pointedly*

  3. http://www./ says:

    Nov 25, 2016

    A pox on the House of Clinton and a double pox on the House of Obama. They're both power lusters who don't think twice about trampling on individual rights, private property, freedom of speech and choice, and other civil liberties, in order to win the purple of "savior of the people" while they live off of those people's productive lives and amass wealth we are not supposed to question, because it was amassed while they were "serving the public" — sunnyside up, or scrambled.

  4. http://www./ says:

    Nov 26, 2016

    Hahahaha. I’m not too bright today. Great post!

  5. “too bad, we’ll track you anyway”, they have zero respect for their customers and can take a flying leap. Would a restaurant last much longer if they decided to ignore all customers who said “no thanks” to dessert?

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