23rd April 2015
What is sustainability?, many have had different opinions on the subject of sustainability and sustainable development. As defined by scientists sustainability is the taking or consumption of resources and services currently, without reducing the ability of future generations from enjoying the same privileges. An activity that is sustainable should be able to continue for ever.
The environment where we derive our livelihood from is important in keeping the current generation, as well and future generations. this can only be possible if current generations are sustainable. The current generation has had its fair share of unsustainable practices, for example energy consumption and resource utilization. This was summarized by the intergovernmental panel on climate change on its current report fifth assessment report that the earth is warming and changing rapidly, and the main causes are the human induced changes also known as the anthropogenic causes of climate change.