Sustainable living


any lifestyle based on energy-saving and environmental responsibility

Walden represents the earliest literature that specifically addresses sustainable living.


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  • Sustained-release

    [suh-steynd-ri-lees] /səˈsteɪnd rɪˈlis/ adjective, Chemistry, Pharmacology. 1. (of a drug or fertilizer) capable of gradual release of an active agent over a period of time, allowing for a sustained effect; timed-release; long-acting; prolonged-action; slow-release.

  • Sustained-yield

    noun 1. the continuing supply of a natural resource, as timber, through scheduled harvests to insure replacement by regrowth or reproduction. 2. the amount of a resource obtained from such a schedule without depleting the resource.

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