2 edition of Sustainable development and Finland found in the catalog.
Sustainable development and Finland
|Statement||Council of State report to Parliament on sustainable development ; [translation, the English Centre].|
|LC Classifications||HC340.2.Z65 S84 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||98 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||91195016|
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Finland has also implemented various programmes on sustainable development since mids which led to the adoption of a comprehensive National Strategy for Sustainable Development (Towards Sustainable Choices. A Nationally and Globally Sustainable Finland). The latest strategy for sustainable development (The Finland we want National report on the implementation of the Agenda for Sustainable Development.
FINLAND ISSN (PDF) Distribution Further information: [email protected] ISBN (print) Confidentiality rating Public ISBN (PDF) Keywords the Agenda for Sustainable Development, United Nations, Agenda.
The core of the Agenda for Sustainable Development The global Agenda for Sustainable Development, Agenda was launched at the beginning of Finland aims to become a leader in implementing Agenda We are well placed to achieve this, as Finland has a robust tradition in pursuing sustainable development.
Forests provide vital ecosystem services crucial to human well-being and sustainable development, and have an important role to play in achieving the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations Agenda.
Little attention, however, has yet focused on how efforts to achieve. Sustainable development is a notion that first appeared in in the Brundtland report, Our Common Future. The report was produced by the Brundtland Commission, convened by the UN in and was welcomed by the UN's General Assembly in Resolution 42/ Environmental sustainability means that all natural resources should be used at such a rate that they are given the chance to replenish again.
In most cases, this means that reusable energy resources are developed, exploited and used as a substitute for traditional environment damaging energy sources.