Sustainability generally only includes environmental protection and the promotion of social equity, as well as economic aspects.
Responsibility* is not limited to these issues, but rather integrates other important issues such as public health as well as the protection of the landscape and of cultural heritage.
“Mobilities” are a contemporary paradigm in the social sciences that explores the movements of people, ideas and things, as well as the broader social implications of those movements. (freely after https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mobilities&oldid=672630515)
The purpose of this site is to disseminate information on how individuals, groups and societies can move, transport and think responsibly.
Sensibility is the closest concept to this meaning of responsibility and implies the following characteristics:
- fair, just – free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; conforming with established standards or rules
In order to understand the concept of sensibility, the Collins Thesaurus proposes the following synonyms:
- wise, practical, prudent, shrewd, well-informed, judicious, well-advised
- wise as opposed to stupid, silly, foolish, daft (informal), unwise, idiotic, injudicious, blind
- intelligent, practical, reasonable, rational, sound, realistic, sober, discriminating, discreet, sage, shrewd, down-to-earth, matter-of-fact, prudent, sane, canny, judicious, far-sighted, sagacious
- intelligent as opposed to ignorant, unreasonable, irrational, senseless, dumb-ass (slang)
- Individuals: children, youngsters, grown-ups, elderly
- Groups: companies, lobbies, parties, associations
- Societies: governments, inter-/supranational institutions
- Fairness and justice: free from favoritism of political or economic interests and conforming with current ethic(al?) standards
- Validity: well grounded in logic and truth
- Good judgment, prudence and sound thinking as according to the definition of sensibility on the bottom of this page.