Impact and contribution of healthy diet to positive lifestyle theories have been the focus of research in different age among the different section. But the impact and contribution of eating healthy diet from their lifestyle is developed has rarely been investigated. This study tested the fit of the theory of healthy diet to positive lifestyle as the sample. Results showed the data fitted the healthier diet to positive lifestyle model moderately well and explained respondents’ eating habits intention. Attitude, perceived behavioral control and past behavior were found to be related to respondents’ eating lifestyle intention.
Abstract – The consumer packaging world has two key players, the consumer and the packaging manufacturer. With the outside perspective, sustainability needs to be incorporated in the packaging industry. The official definition means, “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”. There is no clear understanding, about what constitutes ‘Sustainable Packaging’. The ecological consumer has been a significant and a central character in the development of green marketing.
It is only proper that people take care of their environment by having green practices, and the restaurant business is not exempted from this. There has been a growing trend and interest in environmental sustainability in the hospitality industry, particularly in the restaurant community. According to the National Restaurant Association, operators of various food establishments have started to participate in efforts to help save resources as well as utility costs not only for the benefit of their businesses financially, but also for the benefit of the environment. The National Restaurant Association also cited
Addressing to scope of the term “Sustainable Community Development” generally defines as environmentally, economically, and socially benefits people without lessening ecosystem. Making sustainable community means trying to use renewable sources without giving any harm to environment and giving bad impact later. Furthermore, to share common purpose, it provides benefits to humanity and encouraging a balanced advance that builds a minimal amount of harm for following future generations. Once the community is sustainable, it does not only profit economic, but also provide social equity and environment-friendly. Hence, in this essay, more details of how important of sustainable community will be scrutinized and illustrate into three main categories below.
Through the green technology implemented, it would assist on the savings probable of RM1bil in energy related costs for users and RM5bil related to investments in utility infrastructure. Through the channel of sustainable development, it will save the consuming non-renewable fuels as a sustainable development highlighted on the use of energy efficient approach which saves integrated fuel consumption and lengthen the lifetime of scarce reserves. Most importantly, a sustainable development is required to conserve the environment through using the green technology to minimize the exploitation of the natural environment (Chua & Oh,
The main purpose of this commission was to act as a connecting bridge between the isolated internal environmentalists and the international prospectus of sustainable design. Fundamental to this commission’s findings was the concept of sustainability, which the commission described as the basis that economic growth can and should be managed so that the natural resources are used in a way that “ quality of life “ of the future generations is assured. Sustainable development involves the paths of social, economic, and political progress that “ meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of the future generations to meet their own needs “ - United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987. Development in this context is an uninterrupted process and is applicable to planet Earth and everything and everybody on it presently and in future. To carry out this mission of sustainable, steady development, it is important to perceive the relationship between society’s needs and environmental limitations.
The most effective ways in changing the unsustainable behavior is raising awareness regarding the importance of sustainable consumption through conducting lectures, research, and development. Goal number 12 aims not only at achieving environmentally sound management but also to reduce waste and limit emissions on air, water, and soil. Also, a good governance plays a crucial role to fight against corruption and develop appropriate policies that promote sustainable consumption. For instance, laws that support sustainable consumption such as
(Scoones 1998) Definition of sustainable livelihood is often unclear. A livelihood is socially sustainable which can come out of and recover from unexpected outcomes, and provide for future generation (Chambers and Conway 1991). A livelihoods environmentally sustainable when it maintains and enhances the domestic and international assets on which livelihood depends, and is beneficial on other
Singhal & Shrivastava (2004:331) has written that, “Interpretations of sustainable development vary in emphasis they give to the ecological, social and economic factors.” This emphasises the fact that for the attainment of sustainable development, the above three points should be joined. 2. Literature definitions of sustainability and sustainable development 2.1 Sustainable development: Definition 1: Sustainable development, as defined by the Brundland Commission (1987) is “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”. Definition 2: Sustainable development is, “improving the quality of human life while living the carrying capacity of supporting ecosystems” (Barrow, 2006:12). Definition 3: Singhal and Shrivastava (2004:330) defined sustainable development as, “a pattern of social and structural economic transformation which optimises the economic and social benefits available in the present, without jeopardising the likely potential for similar benefits in the future”.
Six goals were proposed this include, G1 Thriving lives and livelihoods: aiming at equality among people based on quality of living which can be achieves through access to education which equals to employment then better health. G2 sustainable food security: aiming at ending hunger, providing good nutrition through sustainable production of needs. G3 sustainable water security: enable access to clean water through high management of water resources. G4 universal clean energy: providing energy that has less pollution and low resource consumption. G5 healthy and productive ecosystems: providing good management of ecosystem through conservation.