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Sustainable Development

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Sustainable Development

Environment Northern Seas Foundation / Est. 1992
Sustainable Development Partnership of South Asia
IIED América-Latina / Est. 1988
Agence internationale pour le développement durable et l'économie sociale / Est. 2005
Caribbean Alliance for Sustainable Tourism / Est. 1997
International Model Forest Network / Est. 1994
Commission on Church Renewal / Est. 1985
European Regions Network for Renewable Energies
Global Ecovillage Network - Europe / Est. 1995
TransWorld Development Initiatives
NGO Committee on Sustainable Development, Vienna / Est. 1994
Latin American Working Group / Est. 1983
ESCAP/FAO/UNIDO Fertilizer Advisory, Development and Information Network for Asia and the Pacific / Est. 1978
International University of Sustainable Development
Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry for International Environmental Rehabilitation
Sustainable Development Networking Programme - UNDP
United Nations Committee on New and Renewable Sources of Energy and Energy for Development / Est. 1992
Memorandum of Understanding Concerning Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Use of the Saiga Antelope - Saiga Tatarica Tatarica / Est. 2005
Global Action Plan International / Est. 1989
David Livingstone Centre for Sustainability / Est. 1973
Cooperative Information Network Linking Scientists, Educators and Professionals in Africa / Est. 1993
Helvetas - Swiss Association for International Cooperation / Est. 1955
Commonwealth Local Agenda 21 Network
AGRECOL Afrique: Networking and Information Centre for Sustainable Agriculture in Africa / Est. 2001

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World Problems relating to Sustainable Development

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Unsustainable population levels
Natural environmental degradation from recreation and tourism
Unsustainable exploitation of fish resources
Government budget deficits
Lack of integrated energy resource management
Unrealistic policies
Unsustainable development
Unsustainable energy consumption
Unsustainable economic development
Inadequate economic policy-making
Inadequate integrated freshwater management
Overexploitation of underground water resources
Unsustainable short-term improvements in agricultural productivity
Attrition of integrity of institutions
Unsustainable consumption patterns
Reinforced parochialism of internal values and images
Unnecessary personal consumption

Action Strategies relating to Sustainable Development

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Ensuring sustainable development of energy resources
Promoting sustainable energy consumption
Researching water resources for sustainable development
Planning development of natural resources
Managing data base on biodiversity
Ensuring environmentally responsible production
Maintaining database on plants
Developing broad environmental education
Identifying benefits of biodiversity conservation
Promoting sustainability through cross-sectoral dialogue
Improving access to sustainable development information
Expanding sustainable development education
Expanding trade union participation in sustainable development
Making trade and environment mutually supportive
Designing sustainable urban settlements
Applying culture-based knowledge systems
Creating appropriate transport systems
Applying science sustainably
Developing sustainable population policy
Strengthening capacity to build demographic factors into national sustainable development policies
Strengthening institutions responsible for population and sustainable development research
Living sustainable lifestyles
Developing national strategies for sustainability
Developing sustainable development policy
Developing eco-tourism business strategies for biodiversity conservation

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