A section to make simpler and more immediate concepts and words that may appear complex or not very familiar
The word of the day is:
"Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” (WCED definition in the report Our Common Future, 1987). Sustainable development is a form of development (which includes the economy, cities, communities, etc.) that does not compromise the ability of future generations to continue developing by preserving the quality and quantity of their heritage and natural reserves (which are exhaustible, while resources are considered inexhaustible). The aim is to maintain economic development that is compatible with social equality and ecosystems, thus operating in a system of environmental balance.