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Sustainable Development for a Stable Future
Pages 8 (2008 words)
In the last decade or so, the environmental concerns of what was once a clear minority group of people have spread to a larger part of the human population and fact become manifested into government legislation in a move to conserve the earth. The leaders of the movement have claimed human responsibility for a rise in natural disasters like hurricanes and floods, but also in factors like pollution, degradation of natural habitats and health issues all over the world…
When new businesses come into existence, it is largely under the principles of established businesses and therefore unsustainable and environmentally harmful ideals are fostered at the initial period. If attitudes were to change at the fundamental structures of business, people could set up organisations that nurtured and conserved the environment instead of using it up for profit. The former is what has been termed sustainable development. The idea has been difficult to promote to society, since it seems to involve a complete change of ideals when it comes to business and daily life; regardless of this hesitation, can sustainable development be the way towards a healthy environmental future world wide
As pointed out in Conformity and Conflict, Easter Island has been shown as a microcosm of the entire world; resources used up completely and the human society made impossible and then extinct (Spradley et al 2000 pp.118-126). ...
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