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  1. 1. Overview • Concept of Development and Sustainable Development • History • Aim • Goal • The “3 E’s” • Principles • Examples • 5 “P’s” of Sustainable development • Necessity • Levels at which sustainability issues are analysed • Some examples of “WHAT WE DO” & “WHAT SHOULD WE DO”
  2. 2. What is Development? • Generally Development is the gradual growth of a situation that becomes more advanced and strong than previous one. • Development is intended to bring a positive change for human being and its surroundings. Development may take place by bringing about a change in policy, projects and legislation.
  3. 3. Sustainable Development • Sustainable Development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. • Gro Harlem Brundtland first introduced the concept of sustainable development in 1987. He was then the Prime Minister of Norway and Chairman of the world Commission on Environment and Development. Sustainable Developments Improvement of lifestyles and well being Preserving natural resources and ecosystems
  4. 4. Health of society Sustainable Sustainable Development
  5. 5. A brief history on sustainable development 1962:Rachel Carson’s book “SILENT SPRING” becomes the catalyst for modern environmentalism 1972: Stockholm UN Conference on Human Development, first bringing together heads of state on a massive scale to address the question of environment and development 1987: Brundtland Commission “Our Common Feature” 1992:Earth Summit • Rio Declaration • Agenda 21 • CSD • CBD • UNFCCC 1997:Kyoto Protocol 2000:Millennium Development goals
  6. 6. 2009:COP 15 Copenhagen 2010:COP 16 Cancum 2011: COP 17 Durban 2002:Johannesburg Conference on Sustainable development Johannesburg Plan implementation 2016:first high level political Forum after adoption of 2030 AGENDA 2014: Preliminary discussions on indicators 2018: focus is on the theme, 'Partnerships for a Resilient Planet'. 2012-13:water is at the core of sustainable development and 9 Global THEMATIC Consultations CONTINUED…….
  7. 7. Aim • Maximizing the probability of achieving SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. • Minimizing the chances of ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION.
  8. 8. The SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT goals 2015-2030
  9. 9. Goal 1. NO POVERTY Goal 2. ZERO HUNGER Goal 3. GOOD HEALTH AND WELL BEING for PEOPLE Goal 4. QUALITY EDUCATION Goal 5. GENDER EQUALITY Goal 6. CLEAN WATER and SANITATION
  10. 10. Goal 7. AFFORDABLE and CLEAN ENERGY Goal 8. DECENT WORK and ECONOMIC GROWTH Goal 9. INDUSTRY, INNOVATION and INFRASTRUCTURE Goal 10. REDUCING INEQUALITIES Goal 11. SUSTAINABLE CITIES and COMMUNITIES Goal 12. RESPONSIBLE for CONSUMPTION and PRODUCTION
  11. 11. Goal 13. CLIMATE ACTION Goal 14. LIFE BELOW WATER Goal 15. LIFE ON LAND Goal 16. PEACE, JUSTICE and STRONG INSTITUTIONS Goal 17. PARTNERSHIPS for the GOALS
  12. 12. Sustainability is concerned with “3 Es “. • Equity • Environmental Integrity • Economic Efficiency
  13. 13. The Principles of a Sustainable society: • Respect and care for the community of life • Improve the quality of human life • Conserve the Earth's vitality and diversity. • Minimize the depletion of non-renewable resources. • Keep within the Earth's carrying capacity. • Change attitudes and practices • Enable communities to care for their own environments
  14. 14. Sustainability Principles Reduce dependence upon fossil fuel, underground metals, and minerals Reduce dependence upon synthetic chemicals and other unnatural substances Reduce encroachment upon nature Meet human needs fairly & efficiently.
  15. 15. Five related aspects to the concept of sustainability • Economic sustainability • Social sustainability • Cultural sustainability • Political sustainability • Environmental sustainability
  16. 16. Lets consider some Examples • Solar Energy the greatest advantages of solar energy are that it is completely free and is available in a limitless supply. Both of these factors provide a huge benefit to consumers and help reduce pollution. Replacing non-renewable energy with this type of energy is both environmentally and financially effective. • Wind Energy is another readily available wind energy source. Harnessing is the power of wind energy necessitates the use of windmills ; however, due to construction cost and finding a suitable location this kind of energy is meant to service more than just the individual.
  17. 17. The 5 “P’s” of Sustainable Development Sustainable Development
  18. 18. Necessity to achieve Sustainable Development Prevent unnecessary pollution and help restore the environment wherever appropriate. Present generation should aware for needs of presence and future generation And also ensure the productive assets available to future generation are not. • Such technologies need to be developed and implemented which help to conserve resources,
  19. 19. Sustainability issues are to be analysed at various levels
  20. 20. Global Level Ozone Depletion Climate Change Air Pollution
  21. 21. Regional, National, or Area - level Water pollution Water Depletion Deforestation Fisheries Depletion Biodiversity Desertification and erosion
  22. 22. Local Level-a plot, a farm or a village Soil Losses  Loss of soil quality (chemical or physical)  Loss of farm income
  23. 23. What is Needed to Achieve the sustainable development ? • Eco Friendly • Present generation should aware for needs of presence and future generation. • And also ensure the productive assets available to future generation are not. • Such technologies need to be developed and implemented which help to conserve resources, • Prevent unnecessary pollution and help restore the environment wherever appropriate.
  24. 24. “WHAT WE DO” & “WHAT SHOULD WE DO” Lets see through some EXAMPLES
  25. 25. Suggestions • We need to spread social awareness to bring massive change in social attitude. • Action must be taken against the backdrop of serious inequities and their impact on the environment. • Environment mistakes of the past need not to be repeated, as past patterns of degradation are not inevitable.

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