An Analysis on the Sustainable Development Goals of U.N. on the Eve of its 75th Anniversary

  • B.Sandhiyadevi
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  • B.Sandhiyadevi

    Assistant Professor at Saveetha School of law, Saveetha University, SIMATS, India

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Sustainable development is a development model that considers the environment when achieving balanced growth with efficiency and fairness. In addition, it focuses on the short- and long-term local and overall interests while contributing towards the socioeconomic systems and individuals’ lifestyles. The sustainable development theory emphasizes maintaining the integrity and sustainability of development. In this case, integrity refers to achieving the developmental goals by considering both local and overall interests. In other words, the overall interests (interests of all the stakeholders) should not be sacrificed for regional interests during development; various systems should coordinate and promote each other to achieve common progress. This paper traces the evolution of the concept of sustainable development. It also analyses the sustainable development goals of U.N. in the light of Agenda 30.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 2750 - 2762


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