An overview on sustainable development


Huffaker Ray

Sustainable development is an organizational principle for achieving human development goals while maintaining the capacity of natural systems to provide economic and socially dependent natural properties and ecosystem services. The desired result is the state of society in which living conditions and resources continue to meet human needs without compromising the integrity and stability of the usual system. Sustainable development can be defined as improvement that meets current needs without compromising the ability of upcoming generations to meet their needs

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