Evolution towards Multidiscipline Sustainable Development- A Social Inclusion in Developing Economies

Uzma Batool

Abstract


This paper emphasis on the significant theory of sustainable development .The effective planning and management systems are considerable for the sustainable development in developing countries. The purpose of present study is to present sustainable development role. The study investigates the sustainable development challenges facing by developing countries. It displays a progress in social and economic sector. Economic evolution and development is consider an engine for encourage business environment and attention for investment. By finding dynamic performances at different sector in various levels, there are suggested the use of recourses and proposed to overcome energy, food crisis and have to advance the technology in the developing nations for future generation.

Keywords


Sustainable Development, Challenges, Future Age Group. Developing Nation

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