Without sacrificing the quality of the environment for future generations, sustainable development can be described as a strategy for the economic growth of a nation. The cost of environmental damage is charged in the name of economic growth in the form of land loss, soil erosion, air & water pollution, deforestation, etc. The benefits of having more quality product and service production can overtake this harm.
How can we achieve sustainable development?
If we follow the below points, sustainable development may be accomplished.
- Limiting Human Beings
- Technological innovation should be input effective and not the use of input.
- The consumption rate does not exceed the rate of redemption,
- In the case of renewable resources, the usage rate does not surpass the output rate of renewable substitutes.
- All forms of pollution should be reduced.
- Appropriate utilization of Natural Resources