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Sustainable Development

Learn all about Sustainable Development in this free course and how it can impact your business and life.

Chapter 1 : Challenges of Sustainable Development and Global Environmental Issues

A growing challenge of poverty and a growing understanding of the existence of a second global crisis leading to environmental degradation. Desertification, the depletion of fossil resources, the loss of tropical rainforests, and fast decreases in forest cover have been cited as worldwide concerns.

15 min.

Chapter 2 : Principles of Sustainable Development

Sustainable development is a method of advancing a country’s economy without jeopardizing future generations’ access to a healthier environment. Land degradation, soil erosion, water contamination, air pollution, deforestation, and other forms of environmental destruction are compensated for by economic expansion.

15 min.

Chapter 3 : International Contribution To Sustainable Development

In 2015, the United Nations unveiled its Sustainable Development Agenda, reflecting an international contribution to sustainable development among the member States for current and future generations is the greatest road ahead for decreasing poverty and enhancing people’s lives worldwide.

20 min.

Chapter 4 : Socio-economic Sustainable Development Systems

Policies aiming at ensuring long-term economic growth, a healthy environment, or a more inclusive social development are crucial in Socio-economic Sustainable development systems.

14 min.

Chapter 5 : Agenda for Future Global Sustainable Development

After emphasizing the necessity of sustainable growth, it is also critical to recognize that it will require a significant amount of dedicated work and, like several other things in life, will face several hurdles. It’s also worth noting that, although dealing with polar different ends of the spectrum, both poor and developed countries may benefit from sustainable development. 

12 min.

Chapter 6 : Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) refers to how businesses conduct their operations in order to have a good influence on society. It includes topics such as sustainability, social impact, and ethics, and when done well, it should be about core business — how firms generate money – rather than frills like philanthropy.

16 min.

Dr. Jennifer Anderson


Dr. Jennifer Anderson is a highly esteemed professor in the field of environmental education with over 30 years of experience. Her passion for the environment and dedication to educating the next generation have made her a respected authority in the field. Dr. Anderson’s extensive knowledge, combined with her commitment to fostering a love for nature and sustainability, has influenced countless students to become environmentally conscious citizens.