Sustainability: adjective or noun?
Leonardo Boff /alainet
It is fashionable these days to talk of sustainability. It is deemed proper to give assurances that an enterprise, when producing, is respectful of the environment. Several truths lie behind this word, but also many lies. Sustainability is generally used as an adjective, not as a noun.
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