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Sustainable Development From The Perspective Of International Law

It requires accommodation, reconciliation and integration between economic growth, social justice, and environmental protection


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The Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development (an independent NGO comprising public international lawyers) defines sustainable development as “…a legal term which refers to the processes, principles and objectives, as well as to a large body of international agreements on environmental, economic and civil and political rights.”

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