E162-Sustainabledev - 15:28

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Sustainable Development 15:28 What is sustainable development? Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without  compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs Is a dynamic process which enables all people to realize their potential and to improve  their quality of life in ways which simultaneously protect and enhance the Earth’s life Have a good standard of living today but having the way of achieving that standard of  living not affect our future generations in a bad way Bolivia: Case Study for Recent e162 topics 9 million people  pipulation has doubled since 1950 and is still growing. Population growth rate is 2.5  percent more than 60 percent of the population below the poverty line lowest gdp per capita in South America. Using all measures, second-poorest country,  just after Haiti highly politically unstable 10
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