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"The Goals of Sustainable Development in the Affected Areas" by Ananda Majumdar, University Alberta

"The Goals of Sustainable Development in the Affected Areas: A Relations from the Normal to the New-Normal Scenario." A sustainable paper for the current situation and situation for the past as well to save the humanity and the world by making green. An attachment with environment. This is a conference paper, that I have presented for SS Khanna College, Uttar Pradesh, India for their 5 days (26-30 July 2020) international conference. I am from the University of Alberta, Canada, an Education student, and researcher, had been selected for the oral presentation. This is my YouTube record for 8 minutes presentation for the conference of the college. My paper has discussed six areas of sustainable goals which is important for the normal and new normal situation and has pandemic touch. We are not only thinking about pandemic situation and sustainability. the movement of sustainability such as climate change movement is from 80's decade and we are raining our voice. My paper has discussed from the normal to the new normal strategies of sustainable goals for the secure of human being. Concept of Environmental Sustainability is the maintenance of natural capital and has connection with both social and economic sustainability. Eco-systems are connected by meeting human needs without compromising the health of the ecosystem, called Ecological sustainability. The concept of Eco-museum is also connected with sustainability through community development. It is a museum without the walls. Goals of Environmental Sustainability, a condition of balance, resilience, and interconnectedness, that allows human society for its safety needs. It is an agreement to ensure the provision of clean water, clean and productive lands, which is the foundation of responsible socio-economic system. Climate action plan through de-carbonization, preservation of biodiversity etc. are necessary for an environmental balance against pollution. To prevent pandemic outbreak both global destruction of the natural habits for unsustainable farming, mining, and housing must move to sustainable pathways. Against Corona Virus we need sound management of hazardous medical and chemical waste; strong and global stewardship of nature and biodiversity, and a clean commitment of 'building back better' (BBB is an approach to post-disaster recovery aimed at increasing the resilience of nations and communities for future disaster and shocks). Goals of Social Sustainable Fabric with Economic Impact, do businesses in ways that benefit society and protect people. Social dimensions of corporates sustainability, of which human rights is the cornerstone. Social Sustainability also covers the human rights of specific groups such as labour, women empowerment, gender equality, children, indigenous people, and people with disabilities. The Collaborative for Academic-Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) defines SEL as how children and adults learn to understand and manage emotions, set goals, show empathy for others, establish positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. CASEL’s framework identifies five core competencies: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. Goals of Economic Sustainability, Sustainable Consumption, and Production is about doing more and better with less. It is also about decoupling economic growth from environmental degradation, increasing resource efficiency, and promoting sustainable lifestyles. Sustainable consumption and production can also contribute substantially to poverty alleviation and the transition towards low-carbon and green economies. COVID-19 can be a catalyst for social change. We must build back better and transition our production and consumption patterns towards more sustainable practices. Return on investment. online working or locally sourced production is important for the broader discussion of circular economy. Discussion of the circular economy. Goals of Educational Sustainability, ensure that all girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development, care, and preprimary education so that they are ready for primary education. Ensure equal access for all women and men to affordable and quality technical, vocational, and tertiary education, including university. Goals of Heath sustainability, The 2020 Mental Health Month theme is “Tools 2 Thrive.”  the toolkit provides practical tools that everyone can use to improve their mental health and increase resiliency, regardless of their situation. Considering COVID-19, the toolkit has become one of the prime pieces in delivering important messaging regarding mental health. Sustainable co-living post-pandemic scenario 'Welcome to The Remote World.' Goals of Peace and Justice Sustainability, promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development. Provides justice for all, reduce violence etc. Conclusion: The Concept is complex, has absence of system but a hope


Ecology:   |  biodiversity  |  habitat  |  niche  |  niche construction  |  biome  |  biosphere  |  individual ecology  |  population ecology  |  ecosystem  |  keystone species
Pollution:   |  air pollution  |  light pollution  |  littering  |  noise  |  radioactive  |  water pollution
Sustainability:   |  social  |  economic  |  environment  |  organizations  |  sustainable development  |  sustainable life
Environment:   |  environmental education  |  recycling  |  environmental health  |  conservation  |  animals  |  forests  |  ecosystems  |  clean energy
Climate-change:   |  atmosphere  |  cfcs  |  greenhouse gases  |  NASA  |  glaciers  |  carbon emission  |  solar output