Sustainable development is the idea that human societies must live and meet their needs without compromising future generations’ ability to meet their own needs.
The ideals of sustainable development are a multifaceted effort to move the planet toward sustainability and resilience. The term sustainable development was used at the 1987 United Nations Conference on the Environment by the then Prime Minister of Norway, who chaired the United Nations Environment Commission. He provided a definition of sustainable development that was used for 25 years.
Sustainable development is a development that meets the needs of its community without harming future generations. Sustainable development should provide comprehensive solutions over time in various economic, social, and environmental dimensions.
To achieve the goals of sustainable development, we need a specific program, and with the leadership of governments and the direct involvement of businesses, universities, and civil society, we can help achieve that. This program outlines how urban development will take place over the next 15 years, which will lead to a vision in various sectors.
Sustainable development provides new opportunities such as inclusive development, global development, integrated development, local development, and technology development.

In September 2015, the Heads of countries agreed to set the path to sustainable development by approving Agenda 2030. The agenda, which contains 17 goals and 169 targets, envisages quantitative goals in the social, economic, and environmental dimensions of sustainable development that must be achieved by 2030. These goals set the framework for a joint action entitled “For People, Planet and Prosperity” that must be implemented by all countries and beneficiaries.

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Green management is the effective and efficient use of all material and human resources to guide and control the organization to achieve environmental goals through planning.

Green management is a managerial concept for the convergence of more social, economic, and environmental responsibilities. Today, the green approach is expanding in the world. Green management corresponds to sustainable development. Today, due to air pollution, climate change, deforestation, etc., green management comes to the aid of problems and tries to help greenery, factories, organs, etc., by creating standards and regulations. For example, making a green industrial unit reduces air pollution and provides green products and even waste management.