Perseverance to the Quandaries of Sustainable Development

 
 
 
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    The paper demonstrates that condition is one of the fundamental open property of a human framework and consequently, it must be exclusively kept. As per our present mindfulness, the manageability is basic for every single human framework and it is important to raise the economic advancement standards in all human framework property. Reasonable improvement is characterized as advancement that addresses the issues of the present without bargaining the capacity of future eras to address their own issues. The paper accentuation on the variables influencing supportable improvement, conditions for maintainable advancement, strategies and procedures to take care of the ecological issues and the assignments of official administration in the natural segment.

     

     


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    Human System, Environment, Sustainability, Methods and Tools, SustainabilityManagement.

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Article ID: 17872
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i3.12.17872




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