| Land Portal

sustainable development

Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
 

Source: FAO

LandVoc browser in AGROVOC: 
<a href='https://explore.landvoc.org/landvoc/en/page/?uri=http://aims.fao.org/aos/agrovoc/c_35332' target='_blank'>https://explore.landvoc.org/landvoc/en/page/?uri=http://aims.fao.org/aos/agrovoc/c_35332</a>
Displaying 2181 - 2190 of 2252
January 1998

To achieve an integrated approach to the planning and management of land resources, cooperation among experts from the
disciplines involved and integration of the respective results are required in order to identify and evaluate all biophysical, socio-economic and

January 1998
Europe

Paper defines a strategy for forest sector development, and translates it for practical application. In response to the causes of deforestation and desertification, which are rooted in a complex web of socio-economic factors (both inside and, mainly, outside the forests) these guidelines are centred on the needs of people living in and making a living from forests.

Reports & Research
December 1997
South Africa
Lesotho
Africa

In preparing an investment project, development strategies and project components are defined and revisited during project formulation through a consultative process that often includes Socio-economic and Production Systems Studies.

Reports & Research
October 1997
Global

How would environmentally sustainable development look if it was gender-sensitive? This report argues that much mainstream literature on environmentally sustainable development has ignored the gender dimensions. Where women have been the target of programmes, they have been seen as natural managers of environmental resources.

Conference Papers & Reports
September 1997

This is the address to the Board of Governors, delivered by Mr. James D. Wolfensohn, President of the World Bank, in Hong Kong, China, on September 23, 1997. This year's core theme is the challenge of inclusion, bringing people into society who have never been part of it before, the main reason why the World Bank Group exists.

Share this page