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Sustainable development has become a common concern/agenda of global community at the same time bringing this global concern into public policies is a very big task. As per the Brundtland’s report (1987) sustainable development is described as, “To meet the needs of present without compromising the ability of future generation to meet their needs.”
Sustainable development is possible when we take care of all the aspects of human life and ecological system of our planet Earth. Therefore, according to United Nations, there are four dimensions to sustainable development – Society, Environment, Culture and Economy. If these four factors are balanced, I am sure the quality of life improves and our future generation is safe. According to the World Conservation Strategy report (1980) by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) for development to be sustainable it must take into account the social and economic factors as well as ecological ones. Read More

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