Total and indefinite sustainability does not exist. TERMAC views sustainability and its performance in relative and dynamic sense, considering its distribution. TERMAC provides assessment to the performance of the three pillars of sustainability (economic, social, and environmental performance). For us, sustainability is a dynamical concept in which time and scale of interaction between the three pillars both influence its characteristics.
TERMAC works to promote resource efficiency and sustainable consumption and production in both developed and developing countries. The focus is on providing an evaluation of the current level of the resources efficiency, assess different public and private initiatives towards achieving a more efficient level of resources and recommending the effective and efficient actions for resource efficiency and sustainable consumption and production.
In line with the International scientific assessments, such as the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, the Global Environmental Outlook and the 4th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, TERMAC approach to resource efficiency of the world is that sustainable economic growth has to include significant innovation in both the supply (production) and demand (consumption) sides of any market.