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What is sustainable development and how can we contribute in it ?

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Asked by Deepak Joshi, 04 Feb '10 09:02 pm
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Sustainable development is maintaining a delicate balance between the human need to improve life-styles and feeling of well being on one hand and preserving natural resources and ecosystems , on which we and the future generations depend, So, sustainable development is economic growth together with the protection of enviornmental quality, Now, about the latter part of your question relating to our contribution to achieve sustainable development, 1) Poverty eradication and sustainable livelihoods, The survival needs of the poor force them to continue to degrade an already degraded enviornment , Removal of poverty is therefore a prerequisite for protection of the enviornment, 2)poverty magnifies the problems of hunger and malnutrition, the problem is further compounded by the inequitable access of the poor to the food that is available, Strengthening the public distribution system is the only way out, 3) Diversion of common and marginal lands to "economically useful purposes" , deprive ...more
Answered by thampy chacko, 04 Feb '10 09:23 pm

 
  
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Arbitrary promotion and whimsical transfer is the root cause of rampant corruption and culture of flattery to superiors. Culture of flattery to bosses and tendency to become Yesman of Ministers, MPs and MLAs is the root cause of all maladies prevailing in the society. Every employee in our country knows the bitter truth that only those who are yesmen of bosses can get elevation in their career or get cream and comfortable posting.

Most of MLS, MP and Ministers have accumulated properties worth many crores of rupees. Department of vigilance or CBI or Anti corruption cell or Economic offenders cell are silent spectators.

So many IAS and IPS officers have been found indulged in corrupt practices only because they have got the blessings of their mentor Ministers.

So many bank officers and executives have properties worth crores of rupees, which is far more than their total earning in their entire tenure. It is possible only because there is practically none to look into corrupt pr ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 14 Feb '10 09:44 am

 
  
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It is a kind of use of resources that aims at meeting all the human needs without harming the enviornment.
Answered by Damodar Biswal, 04 Feb '10 09:07 pm

 
  
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In a well worked out method - we the people abiding by it,, and following the scientifically proven facts :)
Answered by conviction, 04 Feb '10 09:04 pm

 
  
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