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:
The advice provided by members contributes to the ecologically sustainable development of our fisheries resources for the benefit of the South Australian community.
Following the World Commission on Environment and Development's defining 1987 report (1) outlining sustainable development, Australia adopted the National Strategy for Ecologically Sustainable Development (2) in 1992 to guide sustainability decisions and action by government, industry, business and the community.
Culturally sensitive eco-tourism is one effective and ethical way to promote ecologically sustainable development.
a mandatory requirement for Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) design and provision for a community centre, including childcare accommodation.
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.
And so the HRIC was born, with the philosophy of providing a non-profit, community based, collaborative GIS facility, which would support economic and ecologically sustainable development in the Herbert River catchment.
Fay was a tireless campaigner on urban and big-picture issues such as ecologically sustainable development and population, but still managed to express concern at her offspring's `tardy production of grandchildren'.
With an aim to strengthen ecologically sustainable development in India, the MSME Innovation Finance Programme aims at promoting innovations, particularly those relating to clean technologies.
The Rio Declaration of 1992 set out a number of important principles recognised in customary international law, including the precautionary principle, ecologically sustainable development, intergenerational equity and so on.
According to SIDBI, the MSME innovation funding programme seeks to support innovations, especially those relating to clean technologies, with the overall goal of fostering ecologically sustainable development in India and protecting global environment and climate.