By Tom Hickey, Associated Press WriterAssociated PressWhat you need to know about economic sustainabilityA major economic downturn is a major economic disruption.
So is the end of the oil boom.
So what is economic sustainability?
In an economic system, a lot depends on what we are doing with the resources that we have, what kind of systems we are building, how we are designing and managing those systems, and how we manage those systems and those resources.
So there is a lot of debate as to whether or not economic sustainability means that we should be putting resources into the future in the same way that we are putting resources in the past, in the hopes that someday those resources will yield a better outcome.
There are a number of ways to understand what is going on in the world today.
In terms of the global economy, there are a lot more dots connecting the dots than there were in the 1960s and 1970s.
In that context, it is easy to get caught up in the current global economic and political situation, and the current economic and geopolitical environment, and in the course of doing so, you may be overlooking the long-term economic and ecological consequences of that situation.
In addition to these long-run consequences, there is also a long-range economic and societal impact that can be felt.
This impacts the way we work, the way our society is organized, and even the way that individuals and societies relate to each other.
It is important to remember that, at this point, we are only at the beginning of a period of profound change.
It is difficult to predict what the future holds, and for now, the current financial and economic situation has left the country in a relatively stable state.
It has also left many of the world’s leading nations largely on their own.
There are some positive trends that are emerging, and we should not ignore these and simply take the positives for granted.
But, even if we were to ignore these trends and just look at what is happening now, it will take time to really get a sense of the long term impact.
The current economic environment, the global financial system, and a host of other things are currently unfolding.
And we are currently at the point where there is not a great deal of clarity on the long run economic, societal, and ecological impacts of this situation.
What we do know is that the world is moving into an era of extreme economic, social, and political uncertainty, and that economic systems that are not sustainable in the long and medium term will not last.
What you will learn in this course is how we can design systems that can meet our future economic, ecological, and social needs, and will be resilient to disruptions, changes, and opportunities.