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unsustainability

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  • n. The state or condition of being unsustainable.

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Examples

  • I am not saying the native Americans were perfect, but unsustainability is not one of their culture's faults.

    Columbus: The Far Left is Dead Right, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • I suspect that chavismo knows the long term unsustainability of these programs and that might be the reason in part behind some of the recent moves of the government.

    Moments for reflection in Venezuela

  • His arguments about the long term unsustainability of trade imbalances between nations make more sense than the nonsense peddled above at least.

    Peak Energy

  • [Marx speaks of crises of over production] were evidence of the long-term unsustainability of the system. "

    Political Affairs Magazine

  • CEO of OpenConnect, "And what we are seeing there is a perfect storm of 'rationing', out-of-control 'spending', 'price controls' and 'unsustainability' -- that have now moved to the forefront of the Massachusetts discussion."

    Media Newswire

  • Top rank experts with good scientific knowledge to share appear not to have found adequate ways of communicating to the family of humanity what people somehow need to hear, see and understand: the rapacious dissipation of Earth's limited resources, the relentless degradation of the planet's environment, and the approaching destruction of the Earth as a fit place for human habitation by the children, when taken together, appear to be proceeding at breakneck speed toward the precipitation of a catastrophic ecological wreckage of some sort unless, of course, the 'Engineers' of the world's global political economy continue to speed headlong toward the monolithic 'wall' called "unsustainability" at which point the runaway economy crashes before Earth's ecology is collapsed.

    EcoEarth.Info Environment RSS Newsfeed

  • 'unsustainability' in the largest consumer market continues into 2010, a Washington-based group representing consortium of multimedia corporations in Malaysia said.

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • "unsustainability" at which point the unbridled expansion of the runaway global economy crashes before Earth's ecology is collapsed.

    EcoEarth.Info Environment RSS Newsfeed

  • "unsustainability" where it crashes before Earth's ecology is collapsed?

    Grist - the Latest from Grist

  • In one broadcast, Beck described Piven and Cloward as "the people who you would say are fundamentally responsible for the unsustainability and possible collapse of our economic system."

    Professor Targeted By Beck Gets Death Threats

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