Sustainable Development

Tričys, Vaclovas
April 2008
Environmental Research, Engineering & Management;2008, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the importance of global sustainable development. He argues on the irretrievable consumption of natural resources and the increasing environmental pollution that have been created. The author suggests on the ecological education as a means determining the future of mankind and the environment. He presents the National Sustainable Education Programme in Lithuania as the sustainable development education which is a tool to inform the importance of environmental protection.


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