The idea of sustainability provides that economic growth, social cohesion and environmental protection go hand in hand and complement each other. Sustainable development is defined as development that "meets the needs of the current generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
Sustainable development implies the selection and promotion of economic development strategies that take into account the protection and improvement of the Earth's environment and biological balance.
Sustainable development has different aspects - managerial, economic, environmental, social. It is a policy and way of life of the population and above all a state of the economy in which waste-free technologies are used, relies on the use of renewable raw materials, relies on recycling and the goal is the exploitation of natural resources to not change the parameters that affect human life.
For the next 15 years, sustainable development goals aim to preserve human dignity, regional and global stability, the excellent condition of the planet, just and sustainable societies, and the building of prosperous economies.