unsustainable

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unsustainable

(ˌʌnsəsˈtɛɪnəbəl)
adj
not able to be continued at the same level, rate, etc
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The current energy market conditions are proving tough, forcing suppliers to offer unsustainably low prices to attract customers.
A report from Blue Marine Foundation said nearly 700 tonnes of mostly fresh or frozen yellowfin tuna is being sold in the UK each year, without customers being told that the fish is unsustainably caught.
Inventories provided a $7.0 B boost to GDP growth in Q4 but a larger $31.6 B in Q1, leaving an unsustainably large $128.4 B accumulation rate that is poised for a likely $7 B downward revision with the next round of Q1 GDP data.
The unsustainably high levels of fiscal deficits were mainly due to our low tax to GDP ratio (12.4% approximately in 2017-18 as against the average tax to GDP ratio of 15% in the developing countries) and high levels of defense expenditure and debt servicing liability.
Many other countries are responsible for unsustainably high levels of carbon emissions, and they should not be let off the hook because of the guilt Britain is expected to feel.
Mr Skates said: "I'd like to applaud the sector for the work that it is doing to drive out the unacceptable overuse of plastics, as well as considering how they'll be able to drive out the use of palm oil that is unsustainably sourced."
* Q1 Loss Ratios Unsustainably High for InsurTech Carriers Root and Metromile (carriermag.com/wvh5t)
While current levels of NPAs and credit costs are unsustainably low, Fitch expects these will remain manageable as credit quality normalizes.
Minister Seretse said people in developing countries, especially the urban poor were more severely impacted by unsustainably managed waste noting that poorly managed waste served as a breeding ground for disease vectors and contributed to global climate change through methane generation.
The Swiss motion was triggered by their concern that palm oil was produced unsustainably while contributing to deforestation.
Without a depreciation, levels of aggregate demand (especially for imported consumer goods) will remain unsustainably high, and the interbank market will need to be resupplied with dollar liquidity at regular intervals, through whatever means.