Sustainability Pathways

We make the path by walking

Sustainability means ensuring human rights and well-being without depleting or diminishing the capacity of the earth's ecosystems to support life, or at the expense of others well-being. It is a multi-dimensional concept encompassing environmental integrity, social well-being, economic resilience and good governance: each of these sustainability dimensions involves several issues and all dimensions need to be considered. Sustainability is an ambitious objective that can be reached through different pathways.

This website disseminates information on new projects of the Natural Resources and Environmental Management Department that address action across all sustainability dimensions (see graph below), with the interactive inputs of partners and the general public through our e-forum, public database and direct e-mailings.

Last Update: April 2014

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