Sustainable development

Shrabani on 13 May, 2022

Sustainable development is an organizing principle for meeting human development goals while simultaneously sustaining the ability of natural systems to provide the natural resources and ecosystem services on which the economy and society depend on. We can balance sustainable development in our lifestyle by eating less meat buying regional  products, looking for seasonal food, Drinking tap water instead of bottled water Planning ourshopping and saving food, to go organic and fair. We need sustainable development to prevent the environmental degredation, Saving human life, to check the technology signed, to regenerate renewable resource. There are 4 Dimension of sustainable development that is social,Economic, Environment and Political. There are also 3 pillars of sustainable development, Social, Environmental and Economical. The issues created by sustaible development are Climate Change, Energy consumption, Waste production, Threats to public health, Poverty social exclusion, Management of natural resources, Loss of biodiversity and land use. We can overcome sustainable development by policies, Legislation, Investments, Implementation and Popular representation. SDG are 17 goals.