Designing Work for Sustainability

By Naresh Singh, Jacqueline Romanow, Cynthia Pollock Shea, Carol Amaratunga on October 5, 2001
Progress in sustainable development is made when there are mutually reinforcing advances in the social, economic and ecological spheres of human interactions with nature. Progress in any one sphere without consideration of its impacts on the others could be self-defeating. In recognition of these interlinkages, IISD offered to the First PrepCom of the World Summit for Social Development (WSSD) a report on Sustainable Development and the World Summit for Social Development: conceptual and practical linkages among sustainable development, poverty eradication, productive employment and social integration.

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IISD, 2001