Proposal: Sustainable Living
Questions related to sustainability often have geography-specific answers. For example, consider the question, "how much water per person can be used sustainably?" (think in-home consumption, not system-wide use). The right answer should reflect one's surrounding natural environment (not to mention political, economic, and infrastructural conditions) - sustainable water consumption in arid regions is lower than in water-rich parts of the world. This kind of geographic boundary question is important in many dimensions of sustainability dialog. If a Sustainability SE is to be fruitful, it must grapple with geographic complexities.
Should the OP be obligated to specify the geographic target explicitly? In tags?
Should the geographic level (county, region, country, hemisphere, climate zone) also be tagged?
What if a question leads to an over generalized answer, when in fact a more detailed question should have been asked?