Green Technology

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Sustainable development is the development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. (sustainable-development.gov.uk).Sustainable development, entails using natural resources in ways beneficial to human beings, while maintaining their availability to support biological diversity and continuing human use in the future…

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Ensuring a Strong, Healthy and Just Society- meeting the diverse needs of all people in existing and future communities, promoting personal well-being, social cohesion and inclusion, and creating equal opportunity for all.
Achieving a Sustainable Economy- Building a strong, stable and sustainable economy which provides prosperity and opportunities for all, and in which environmental and social costs fall on those who impose them (polluter pays). And efficient resource use is incentivised.
Using Sound Science Responsibility - Ensuring policy is developed and implemented on the basis of strong scientific evidence, whilst taking into account scientific uncertainty (through the Precautionary Principle) as well as public attitudes and values.
Sustainable design balances human needs with the carrying capacity of the natural and cultural environments. It minimizes environmental impacts; it minimizes importation of goods and energy as well as generation of waste. Sustainable design is an ecosystematic approach that demands an understanding of the consequences of our actions.
One of the best ways to describe sustainable building is to compare it with other forms of resource based development. ...
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