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What does sustainability mean to you?

"Practical, cost-effective, and easy-to-implement (popular) measures that can start within the WCAA and expand to tenants, concessionaires, etc."
- Bryan Wagoner,

"A balance of the relationship between interdependent variables such as: equity, economics, and environment coming together in force to produce a design of implementation for present and future concerns."
- Matt Cerutti,

"Sustainability is comprehensive strategy to optimize planning, design, construction and operations saving money, increasing resilience, and improving both environmental and social outcomes."
- Adam Klauber,

"Applying the principles of the Triple Bottom Line to drive economic growth while using natural resources in an efficient fashion. Re-use, re-purposing, recycling are key."
- kevin obrien,

"Making the most of people, places, spaces, and/or things without waste, damage, and/or excess."
- Jennifer Lewis,

"Sustainability means thinking in systems. It means considering problems holistically and optimizing environmental, economic, and social considerations."
- Lauren Ballou,

"Proper resource planning. Sustainability takes into account market externalities, such as environmental and social impacts, that have been largely absent from the traditional decision-making process."
- Tricia DeMarco,