1. WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT?
It is development capable of meeting the needs of the current generation, without compromising the ability to meet the needs of future generations.
2. WHAT ARE THE MAIN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS?
Economic development and environmental conservation.
3. ARE SUSTAINABILITY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT THE SAME THINGS?
No, but they are related. Development that is based on sustainability principles is called sustainable development.
4. WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF COUNTRIES DO NOT APPLY SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES?
The trend is for the most precious natural resources to be depleted.
5. WHAT IS THE MAIN CHALLENGE FOR HUMANITY IN THE NEXT YEARS?
Promote sustainable development quickly and efficiently in the shortest possible time.
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6. WHEN WAS THE CONCEPT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CREATED?
In the Our Common Future Report, in 1987, produced within the scope of the World Commission on Environment and Development.
7. SHOULD WE FOLLOW CURRENT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MODELS?
No, it is already clear that current models only value economic development without thinking about the next generations.
8. CITE SOME PRACTICAL EXAMPLES OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Recycling, renewable energies, reuse of materials, organic food and conservation of springs
9. WHAT DEADLINE HAS THE UN ALLOWED FOR IT TO BE POSSIBLE TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT?
10. WHAT IS AGENDA 21?
Agenda 21 is a document signed on June 14, 1992, in Rio de Janeiro, by 179 countries, as a result of the “United Nations Conference on Environment and Development" - Rio 92, which can be defined as a "participatory planning instrument aimed at development sustainable”.
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