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1. Social pillar - is what many people think of when they think of “sustainable development”. This pillar of sustainability refers to ensuring that everyone has access to necessities such as clean, water, adequate food, healthcare, shelter, and human rights. Social sustainability also means making sure that workers aren’t exploited or discriminated against. Basically, the social pillar is defined as a measure of the human’s welfare. The social pillar has different ranges to think of, Social adequacy: minimizing dangers, maximizing transparencies, and guaranteeing successful partner participations. Social well-being: keeping up or moving forward thriving, security, wellbeing and nourishment security. Energy security and outside exchange: decreasing reliance on outside hazardous vitality purport, get to to reasonable vitality, illustrating a positive net vitality adjust relative to fossil powers, moving forward the adjust of exchange between imports and sends out for energy-related materials. Asset preservation: minimizing use of nonrenewable assets relative to renewable assets and improving the vitality return on venture. Country improvement and workforce preparing: making work openings, upgrading provincial employments, and creating a skilled bioenergy workforce. It comes down to treating employees fairly and being a good neighbor and community member, both locally and globally. This pillar is the most self explanatory as it is for "communal awareness"

2. Environmental pillar - The environmental sustainability is often the most common aspect, it is about the sustainable management of natural resources, making sure we do not overuse natural resources to the point where we run out of them or destroy the environment. Implementations in this area would help protect global ecosystems and biodiversity, ensuring clean water, air, and to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions. Companies should focus on reducing their carbon footprints, packaging waste, water usage and their overall effect on the environment. Companies have found that a beneficial impact on the planet can also have a positive financial impact. Lessening the amount of material used in packaging usually reduces the overall spending on those materials, for example. We could also use the term “3RS” reduce, reuse, recycle. Businesses that have an indisputable and evident environmental impact, such as mining or food production, face the environmental pillar through assessments and reduction. One of the difficult circumstances with the environmental pillar is that a business's impact are often not fully costed, meaning that there are externalities that aren't being tracked nor reported at times. Land reclamation, wastes, etc. are in general not easy to calculate. As productions are always ongoing. But being able to quantify those externalities, are very important because the more they slip up, the more harm they may cause our environment. Therefore, monitoring are a necessity, even in the littlest to the biggest, obvious forms.

3. Economic pillar - The economic pillar of sustainability is where you can see that economic growth is built into sustainability, not against it. Sometimes, this pillar works hand in hand with the government. That is why it could also be referred to as the governance pillar, referring to good corporate governance. In regards to this, any company or business should use accurate and transparent accounting methods, companies should avoid conflicts of interest in their choice of board members, they shall not use political contributions to obtain favourable treatment and, of course, don't engage in illegal practices. And since the economic pillar from the word itself economic, the economy is included in all sorts. It is the main frame basically. For there to be an advancement in economies, sustainable companies should also be profitable. Inclusion of sustainability and profits form strategies or ideas on how to comply and earn at the same time. The economic pillar produces a counterforce to ultimate measures that corporations are sometimes pushed to adopt.

4. "Sustainability involves meeting present needs without compromising future generations' needs. Sustainable development is based on three pillars:" (Beattie, 2021)

5. Category and topic: concept - Sustainability