One that tends to fair rules, social justice, and sustainability, and reconnects the economy with what is right and just.
Of course, as is often the case, there is a price to be paid for sustainability.
Clinton also discussed replicating Pitt's sustainability drive, saying that the government should look to follow its lead.
Sustainability is defined as a requirement of our generation to manage the resource base such that the average quality of life that we ensure ourselves can potentially be shared by all future generations. ... Development is sustainable if it involves a non-decreasing average quality of life. [Geir B. Asheim, "Sustainability," The World Bank, 1994]