. . .The essential triangle of sustainability is social, economic, environmental. You have to have all three or you are not really sustainable. . .I want to be a positive part of my community – thus growing a business and hiring, training, creating skilled jobs goes with the territory. That fills both social and economic legs of the sustainability triangle.” – Laura Tanzer

EDGE shares this perspective on sustainable fashion from The Insatiable Margin.

Sustainababble refers to not only the increased frequency of the word ‘sustainable’ in recent years, but also the plethora of meanings it has adopted over time. Sustainable means different things to different people, so how do we know if we’re even talking about the same thing anymore?  Below are a few definitions of sustainability that I feel capture its meaning well: