The Concept And The Strategy Of Sustainable Development
The general accepted point of view is of lasting or viable or sustainable development, within which is monitored the interaction of four systems’ compatibility: economic, human, environmental and technological, so to assure the satisfaction of the present’s needs, without compromising the ability of the future generation to satisfy their necessities. The concept of lasting development defines a process of transformation in which the exploitation of resources, the orientation of investments, the development of technology, the change of the institutions are completing each other and enhance the present, but also the future potential of satisfying the human necessities and aspirations.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): 14S (April)
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