Quality – An Attribute Of A Territory’S Development In The Context Of Sustainable Development
AbstractSustainability starts from the idea that human activities are dependent on environment and resources. Health, social security and economic stability of society are essential in defining quality of life. Sustainable development subsumes and puts in relation the economic development of a territory and human development. Sustainable development argues that, first, development is made for people and it implies people’s participation in obtaining economic results and in the fair distribution of income.
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Volume (Year): 12 (2010)
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