1.1.1 Green Marketing According to American Marketing Association (AMA), green marketing also known as ecological marketing which is focused on environmental safety by putting effort to restructure the marketing activities to ensure design, produce, promote, package, distribute and improve product’s function or quality in a way that assumed to be environmentally safe that can minimize the negative impact to the environment (Yazdanifard, 2011). This statement agreed by Polonsky. Polonsky added that green marketing is marketing activities that conducted to satisfy human needs and wants without brings harm or negative impact to the environment in order to promote environmental protection (Polonsky M. J., 2011). Peattie and Charter defined green
To help us understand and cope with the justice of the Constitution of the Environmental Rights, and the sustainable development. Author Elizabeth Maruma Mrema a writer of Environmental Rights, wrote the article “Access to Justice and Sustainable Development - How Can Environmental Access Rights Achieve Sustainable Development for All?” The access to justice as part of Environmental Access Rights. Is important because it establishes that justice plays a big role in Environmental Rights, and the safety of it. “Ability of groups and individuals to be able to bring an alleged violation [of environmental rights] to the attention of a court and to have that court adjudicates the claim in a fair and impartial fashion on the basis of the evidence and according to the applicable rules of law”. This goes to show that justice have/has been playing a major role in the Environmental Laws.
The major arguments with most if not all of the criticisms are that: there are rooted on the very undesirable practices, and make the premise that it is infeasible to have performance management that really adds value. If performance failures are only considered, it will only emerge that performance management is inadequate. Apparently, some companies enforce performance management in ways that almost guarantee that it will not work. And so that’s usually what takes place. There are several reasons why performance management is criticised or fails far many times than it should.
1-24, 1995. In "The concept of environmental sustainability," Robert Goodland, a co-founder of Chomping Climate Change and the Cary Center for Ecosystem Studies in Millbrook, New York, claims that sustainable development strategy cannot be implemented without noting the development requirements of the three economic, social and environmental aspects (Goodland 4). Goodland proposes that sustainability and development require improving the living conditions of all the world's population without increasing the use of natural resources beyond the planet's resilience. While sustainable development may require different actions
Globalization has become a favourite catchphrase of everyone; journalists, economists, politicians, environmentalists, lawyers, and even farmers. But what people mean by 'globalization ' is often confused and confusing. Scholte notes that “in spite of publications on the subject, our analyses of globalization tend to remain conceptually inexact, empirically thin, historically and culturally illiterate, normatively shallow and politically naïve. Although globalization is widely assumed to be crucially important, we generally have scant idea what, more precisely, it entails”. This is associated with ‘globalization’ being a truly multifaceted phenomenon, with implications that encompass not just the economic but also the social, political, cultural and geographical.3 Radice, for example, notes that “globalization has been a prominent topic among geographers and sociologists as well as economists and political scientists, and is studied within every paradigm, from neoclassical economics to postmodern social theory to realist international relations theory to Marxism’.
Poverty, Hunger, Terrorism, Natural Disasters, Environmental Damage, Lonely Elderly, Poor Graduation rates, inaccessible health care, these are issues we know well. Wicked problems that have plagued us for generations because they are ‘Wicked Problems,” Such problems are complex and involve a range of different constituents with competing objectives, they plague us because they defy our traditional means of problem solving, they are interwoven and difficult to untangle. “Not only do conventional processes fail to tackle wicked problems, but they may exacerbate situations by generating undesirable consequences” - John Camillus, Author of Harvard Business Review. Not only do conventional processes fail to tackle wicked problems but also exacerbate situations by generating undesirable consequences. So to understand the Ecosystem, within any given social scenario, Education, Health Care, Resource Conservation or hunger alleviation, there are many different groups of people involved.
Definition Sustainable development has been defined in many ways, but the most frequently quoted definition is from “our common future”, also known as the Brundtland report. “Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” It contains within it two key concepts: 1. The concepts of needs, in particular the essential needs of the world’s poor, to which overriding priority should be given. 2. The idea of limitations imposed by the state of technology and social organisation on the environments ability to meet present and future needs.
To begin to understand the role that mitigation can have in ensuring a country’s sustainable development, both mitigation and sustainable development must be defined. Sustainable development is defined in the United Nations document, Our Common Future: Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development as, “development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) describes mitigation as, “the effort to reduce loss of life and property by lessening the impact of disasters”. This paper proposes that mitigation can help with ensuring a country’s sustainable development through sustainable communities. The term sustainable development has become very popular over the last ten (10) years by many governments and the sustainable development programs and initiatives in many countries.
Nowadays, the world faces copious amounts of unsustainable trends. The fact that these unsustainable trends can cause harm to the people and the world we are living in, several international organizations towards seeking ways for solving these problems by devising programs such as Agenda21, Kyoto Protocol, Millennium Development Goals, Paris Agreement, and so on. In this essay, I will focus on the Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs), and how we can participate and make SDGs a reality. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, aimed at ending poverty, protecting the planet, and ensuring that all people can enjoy peace and prosperity. These 17 goals build on the successes of the Millennium Development Goals while including new areas such as climate change, economic inequality, innovation, sustainable consumption, peace, and justice among other priorities.
There was ecological status of out of which had been evolved in the news in the recent years. The greenhouse is being affected, the exhaustion of natural sources, the lessening biodiversity and the phenomenal rate of species elimination all point out that the status is not as sound as it ought to be. The term sustainable development was initially presented in the Bruntland report, made by the World Commission on Environment and Development in 1987, and the definition thus offered is : ''to satisfy the needs of the current generation in such a way as not to endanger the satisfaction of the needs of future generations and the development of future generations." The important conduits of sustainable development are peace, human rights and effective governance. There are high levels of violence and insecurity which has been a destructive impact on the development