ECONOMY - Compatible with Nature — considering economic
development plans that protect and/or enhance natural resources
through improvements in management practices, technology,
efficiency, and changes in life-style.
ECOLOGY - Natural Ecosystem Capacity — understanding natural
system processes of landscapes and watersheds to guide the design of
sound economic development strategies.
EQUITY - Societal Well-Being for All People — guaranteeing equal
access to jobs, education, natural resources, and services for all people
-- balancing the playing field.
EDUCATION - Life-long Learning, Awareness, & Training — citizens
and organizations obtaining adequate and comprehensive information
in creating authentic choices for action intended to affect
sustainability; developing interdisciplinary curriculum to train
students for careers in sustainable development.
EVALUATION - Measuring the making of a Difference — identifying
key sustainability indicators that measure the direction and extent of
impact from economic and social activities on natural and human
systems; providing feedback to allow for corrections in ongoing work
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