Ecologically sustainable development


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Ecologically sustainable development

Any development that does not compromise the ability of future generations to enjoy similar levels of development. This is done by minimizing the effect of development on the environment. Also defined as using, conserving, and enhancing the community’s resources so that ecological processes on which life depends are maintained, and the total quality of life now and in the future can be increased.
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(2) The objectives of ecologically sustainable development are:
Among the major initiatives by the federal government after 1989 were the establishment of a Resource Assessment Commission (RAC), the preparation of a National Soil Conservation Strategy and the formulation of a strategy for Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD).
Two members of a Russian/American team report bright promise for a plan to bring ecologically sustainable development to the vast forests nurturing the world's largest and deepest lake.
Social Aspects of Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD)
He said, 'Australian miners perform particularly well in environmental management, possibly in response to the emphasis placed on environmental aspects under the Commonwealth Government's ecologically sustainable development (ESD) program.
Legislation to establish new box-ironbark reserves and park areas is to be introduced into the spring session of Parliament, along with a key election promise by the Bracks government--the creation of a Commissioner for Ecologically Sustainable Development.
At the same time, according to experts, with increasing administrative burden in the sphere of environmental protection, it is necessary to improve the system of incentive measures to introduce state-of-the-art ecologically sustainable development practices, as well as the application of voluntary environmental responsibility mechanisms.
Traditional Owners have a unique insight into the land and the Aboriginal Plan recognises their pivotal role in ensuring ecologically sustainable development in northern Australia.'
Culturally sensitive eco-tourism is one effective and ethical way to promote ecologically sustainable development. It is feasible and desirable for people such as yourself to visit PNG.
These include ensuring that fishing is consistent with ecologically sustainable development, maximising the net economic returns to the Australian community and optimal utilisation of the living resources of the Australian Fishing Zone.
(2.) National Strategy for Ecologically Sustainable Development: http://www.deh.gov.au/esd/national/nsesd/
2 The ecologically sustainable development of Kakadu as a major tourist destination shall be pursued to aid the establishment of a viable Aboriginal economy independent of mining.

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