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Skip to 0 minutes and 1 second (light music) <v ->Renewable energy.</v> <v ->Sustainable, just.</v> <v ->Affordable, equitable, clean.</v> <v ->Justice.</v> <v ->For the environment.</v> <v ->Future-focused.</v> <v ->Guiding philosophy.</v> <v ->Stability and adaptability.</v> <v ->Balance and justice.</v> <v ->Future generations.</v> <v ->Act now.</v> <v ->Livable and equitable.</v> <v ->Grass roots, ecological, justice.</v> <v ->Pay attention to climate change.</v> <v ->Planetary boundaries.</v> <v ->Mustering creativity.</v> <v ->A bright future.</v> <v ->Concern and equity.</v> <v ->Well-being, thriving.</v> <v ->Conscious choice.</v> <v ->Justice and openness.</v> <v ->Health and justice.</v> <v ->Sustainable enjoyment.</v> <v ->It’s a possibility of life.</v> (light music)

What does the future of sustainability mean to you?

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