sustainable development.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.


The nation behaves well if it treats the natural resources as assets which it must turn over to the most increased generation, not impaired in value. Can you live your life without water?  Can you live without trees? Can you live with pollution? Will your future generation be able to use natural resources or there will be a war for natural resources? We all know no one can survive without natural resources. We need water to drink, trees for fresh air, and petrol for our vehicles. And many more things we need to survive.  Ask yourself a question that are we that selfish that we will use all-natural resources and keep nothing for the future generation? We got these resources from God we need to use them in the best possible way and make them sustainable for future generations also. 


What is sustainable development? 

 

Economic development that is conducted without depletion of natural resources.


In recent years, an important question rolls into one's mind is whether the level of development in many developing countries is fairly low and whether they are facing the problem of increasing pop.

but, on the other hand in developed countries, the main worry is about the sustainability of development in terms of wasteful consumption. 


Hence, the important question that emerges from this view is what exactly sustainable development means.


The term sustainable development was first used by the world conservation strategy presented by the international union for the conservation of natural resources. 


In other words, we can say that sustainable development is ever-lasting. 


Objectives of sustainable development? 


Creation of sustainable improvement in the quality of life for all people. 

Increase economic growth through meeting basic needs, and raising standards of living.

Clea11n environment.

Promoting intergenerational equity.

Eco-development without making future generations worse off.


If we have a certain aim, we1 have certain hurdles.


Concerns / environmental problems.


Air pollution.

Water pollution.

Solid waste

Soil degradation.

Deforestation.

Loss of biodiversity.

Faulty utilization of natural resources. 

Floods in ganga and Brahmaputra region.

Salinity.

Pest pollution.

Agriculture waste etc.


We need to take certain measures to encourage sustainable development. 


Remedial measures.

To promote environmental education and awareness. 

Reuse, reduce, recycle and refuse.

Appropriate technology which produces less waste.

Control waste.

Water management.

Afforestation.

And many more.


Sustai1nable development needs human ingenuity. People are the most important resource .there can be sustainable development without sustainable development. everyone here needs to contribute to this mission. If you want to give the same facilities to your upcoming generations then mark my words. Sustainable development is a must—the preservation of the environment. Promoting sustainable development and particular attention to climate change are matters of grave concern for the entire human family. Sustainable development is the peace policy.


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