What is sustainable development?

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What is sustainable development?
What is Canada (example) doing to promote sustainable development?
ashish016
Asked Feb 21, 2013
If continued, the current rate of cutting trees, burning oil, contaminating water etc. will deplete all of it in the future and there will be no more. Sustainable development is maintaining a rate of economic and social growth that allows resources to be replaced at an equal or faster rate than they are used. It is a rate at which the world can continue the current pace without ever running out of resources.

In 2008 Canada passed the Federal Sustainable Development Act that reviews their policies every three years relative to sustainability:

Details:
http://www.ec.gc.ca/dd-sd/default.asp?lang=En=E19EE696-1
Rob
Answered Feb 21, 2013
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Lexington02
Answered Oct 02, 2014

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