Alternative Effects of Sustainable Development and Industrial Citiesاولین همایش بین المللی بحران های زیست محیطی ایران و راهکارهای بهبود آن
There are many definitions for sustainable development (SD), as this term enters in natural resources literature; responsibility among generations is found out of all these interpretations. Homogenous growth in all aspects of SD is significant to have industrial cities. Cities as a small part of global society would be effective to approach SD. Industrial cities have various solid wastes in qualifications and quantifications, so it may be more important to have an integrated management in solid waste . Reduction, reuse and recycle would become more significant than before. According to different aspects of SD it can be illustrated as follows: as environment is a combination of nature and socio–cultural field linked with economics, so SD would be reachable through respectful behavior to human worth. As economic promotion would make serious changes in life pattern, decreasing solid waste and conservation of environmental biodiversity may be more important. According to these conceptions being estimable to human worth is the main point to reach SD<\div>
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