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Sustainability Managers: The Job Roles and Competencies of Building Sustainable Cities and Communities
Sustainable development has been a local public policy concern for nearly three decades. Accordingly, the demand for hiring sustainability professionals is increasing within local governments. However, the job of a municipal sustainability manager is notably understudied as extant literature provides little clarity on who fills these positions, what their job entails, and how they perform their job.
Environmental Sustainability: A Definition for Environmental Professionals
While acknowledging the need for “sustainability,” this paper summarizes the problems that have been encountered in our understanding and use of this concept. It explores the efforts of others to define the concept within the context of specific disciplinary areas and sets forth a proposal for a basic understanding of the term “environmental sustainability” as an expansion of our common perception of the nature of human activity so as to more clearly connect it with the ecological concept of interdependence and to serve as a goal for environmental managers.
When food systems meet sustainability – Current narratives and implications for actions
A review of the different narratives about food systems is proposed. The way sustainability is defined in those narratives is reviewed. Trade-offs between the different dimensions of sustainability are unavoidable. A framework identifying how to transition to sustainable food systems is elaborated. The concept of food system has gained prominence in recent years amongst both scholars and policy-makers.
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