Sustainable development involves the development of land and projects (constructions) while the environment is less affected and better efficient models of self-sufficiency come to play. An alternative source of energy is being used in order to conserve and keep up the environment safe, such as solar panels, geothermal heating techniques, etc. Another important aspect that is to be borne in mind is, practice sustainable development in a manner that no harm is caused at some other place that may give rise to global warming issues.
In the year 1987, Brundtland Commission came up with a 3 goal draft chartered in a report “Our Common Future” It defines as, “Sustainable development is a development that meets the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” Those goals can be scribbled as follows, minimization of the depletion of natural resources, sustainable development without causing harm to the environment, that, make use of environmentally friendly practices. India has adapted to sustainable development procedures and the same practices are implemented in the rural development programs.
Para Association for Rural Development, PARD has set in the objective of supporting the global protection of the environment while making progress on developmental activities and sets up a mission to educate, and participate in sustainable development by maintaining a clean and green environment.