The Benefits Of Sustainable Development: Sustainable And The Environment

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Sustainable Development’s definition states that development should meet the need of the present without compromising the futures generations ability to meet their own needs, this idea of development was adopted within the 1987’s Brundtland Commission, when people became aware of the limitation of growth in the 1970’s, this report fixated on providing humans with their needs and interest while reallocating resources to other poorer countries to help them in growing economically, therefore sustainable development would focus on environmental safety, economical viability and social fairness (Du Pisani, 2006). It is understandable for people to want to have uniformed sustainable development policies and plans worldwide, but this idea is realistically…show more content…
For example, Canada is one of the many developed countries that has an extensive research in sustainable technology, of those projects is biofuel, biofuel is renewable fuel extract from many different living microorganisms, by growing the biomasses you can convert them to fuel by different procedures such as chemical, thermal, biological, and physical, then this fuel which can be in different form like solid, liquid, and gas, is either used right away for electricity and heat generators, or they can be refined to produce different biofuel byproducts; this technology has both positive environmental and economical influences, it not only reduces emission of greenhouse gases and other air pollutants into the atmosphere and regional environmental pollution, but it also improves the cost of infrastructure and reduce the cost of resolving the environmental harms that occurs from normal fuel extraction. Another developed country with advancement in sustainable and environmental technology is Germany, in the last few decades Germany has focused it goals into green economy, by having a much cleaner, and efficiently sustainable economical projects, one of those projects is renewable energy, they are constantly shifting their countries energy production to renewable energy by installing solar, wind power, biomass, and hydroelectric energy; By 2020 around 38 percent of the Germanys energy sector will be completely renewable, this not only helps in reduction of
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