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Presentation on Sustainable Development. Considers the 4 main IR theories in considering achievement of Sustainable Development

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Natural environment Biology Sustainability Environmentalism Sustainable development Constructivism Sustainable Development Goals Our Common Future
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Natural environment Biology Sustainability Environmentalism Sustainable development Constructivism Sustainable Development Goals Our Common Future
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In our presentation, we will go through a brief look at what sustainable development is and discuss the possibility of achieving sustainable development under the various paradigms. We will use the theories to have look at the successes and failures in the action taken as well as possible future steps to achieve sustainable development. So then, we come to the first part of our question, “What is SD ” Sustainable Development is a principle in international relations that is growing in recognition. It refers to our way of life, wherein our actions in production and consumption of our resources meets the needs of our current population whilst also ensuring our actions will not endanger the livelihood and prospects of future generations (as defined by Brundtland Report) When thinking about SD, it is also important to remember the limitations imposed by state of technology a...
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