The paper presents the preliminaries of the sustainable development, that began after the Second War World by the ecological actions and continued, after 1980, by a new type of development conception. Under the aegis of the United Nations, in 1987, the report ”Our Common Future” officialized the sustainable development concept, named the Brundtland concept too. The report was the ground for the first programmes regarding the sustainable development, presentede and recommended at the ”Earth Summit” from Rio de Janeiro in 1992. The anaysis of the above mentioned preliminaries cempletely explain the complexity of the development problems, and justify the necessity of a morale and spiritual reform of the whole humanity, beside a new social, political, economic, financial and military reforms.

Prerequisites for Sustainable Development

DATE: 2014

AUTHORS: Ionel POPA, Eugeniu Alexandru STERE, Sanda Liana COTESCU

PUBLISHED IN: EEA 2014 | vol. 62 | nr. 1 | art. 14

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