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(a) Discover and describe the principles of sustainable development.
(b) State the behavioral and psychological hindrances to sustainability as an operational concept.
converse the four life cycle approaches to industrial ecology that assist in the attainment of sustainable development. Support your answer with appropriate flow diagrams.
Portray the implications of sustainable development for:
(b) business and industry,
(c) farming and agriculture, and
(d) civil society, non-governmental organizations, and individuals at awareness and education levels?
Outline the key problems relating to sustainable development in Africa with particular reference to each of the following:
(a) sustainable development challenges;
(b) evolution of sustainable development;
(c) environmental initiatives; and
(d) strategies for promoting sustainable development.
(a) Declare the characteristics of the Small Island Developing States (SIDS).
(b) Observe the Mauritian strategy to address the vulnerabilities it is faced with as one of the Small Island early States, with particular emphasis on sustainable development.
(a) Converse five difficulties which render Sustainable Development Indicator construction problematic in practice.
(b) Draw the main components of the Driving-Pressure-State-Impact-Response (DPSIR), Opportunities, the Sustainable Livelihoods and the Global Environment Outlook 4 (GEO-4) conceptual frameworks that are used in monitoring of effectiveness of projects aiming to improve the state of the environment and sustainable development. Support your answer with ‘circuit' illustrations where appropriate.