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Sustainability agenda is a commitment made by the strategic decision makers to incorporate social, environmental, economical and ethical factors in the business. Sustainability is the development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.


It focuses on meeting basic needs and wants. It is about the legacy we want to leave for our children.
The idea of sustainability emerged in 1970s during the meetings. In 1972 the UN Stockholm Conference on the environment highlighted the issue that how the human activities were harming the environment and putting human to risk. The international milestones of environment agreement were as follows;
Thus in 1980 the world conservation strategy was set up by the International Union to conserve nature for the self interest of human species. In 1987 the UN sponsored Brundtland Commission released a report 'Our common future' which increased the concern about environment and poverty in many parts of the world. It stated that economic development could not stop but it could be changed to fit the planets ecological limits. ...
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