Last day of the year. I think the society needs to revisit the concept of , since people tend to neglect so-called "long term concerns" like climate change or health - which are rather concerns that may arise at an indeterminate time that could be sooner or later - or even try to squeeze short-term benefits (like money) out of such negligence. Here, the distinction of "short term" and "long term" is incorrectly applied, but nevertheless, policymakers think this way. Why?

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First day of the . Many businesses (especially those in Japan) prefer than just profiting from the present, as they inherit their techniques, advance them or acquire new ones, and pass them along. That's what a healthy business should be. When companies squeeze resources hard for profit, what they're destroying is and culture.

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