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The Brundtland Report – 1987

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The Brundtland Report (1987) – Definition

The Brundtland Report (1987) defines sustainable development as

“development that meets the needs of the present without comprising the ability of future generations to meeting their own needs”

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  1. How do you or your local society define/view/perceive/conceptualise sustainability and sustainable development?
  2. Is this different to how others define/view/perceive/conceptualise sustainability and sustainable development?
  3. If it is different, why is it different?
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