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Sustainable Development and Resource Management

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Instant Sustainable Development
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Concept of sustainable development Understand that there is no single definition for sustainable development but the key idea common to all definitions concerns resource exploitation at a rate that would not prove detrimental to future generations. As a result of this key idea students should be aware of the concept of stewardship.
Be aware of the range of scales at which sustainable development can be practised (from local through national to international) and the complex relationship it has with people and the environment.
Concepts of conservation, recycling and substitution Explain how resources can be managed through conservation, recycling and substitution. Identify specific examples to illustrate each of these concepts by referring to different resources.
 

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