Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : sustainable development

Virtue Ethics a Framework for Sustainable Development

Anita Jena; Sarita Kar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 965-970

Environmental extremity or adversity is one of the dominant problems in world wide. For this, the main concern of ethics is to provide a crucial and a cogent remedy for sustainable development. Due to maximization of certain issues concerning sustainable development this paper intends to demonstrate virtue ethics as a method in terms of which such issues can be minimize. An appropriate structure for sustainable development can be attainable through the application of virtue ethics and its implementation in the daily life of human beings. Here we discuss about the virtue ethics which is considered as the character of human being that helps them in attaining a good life. Therefore, virtue ethics is important to study in order to establish a behavioural and habitual foundation that can be conducive for sustainable development. The prime motto of virtue ethics is to discover the protective and potential character of human being which can be more effective for sustainable development.

Review Of The Current Concepts, Dimensions, Elements And Indicators Of Social Sustainability And Social Development

Ogungbenro Matthew. Taiwo; Salfarina Samsudin; Dzulkanian@ Zulkarnain Daud; Obaje J. Ataguba; Fidelis Osagie Atamamen

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 345-354

The concept of social sustainability is typically described as the conservation or enhancement of the welfare of current and future generations. Social sustainability is accomplishing the present basic needs of human beings with assurances of its sustained benefits for future generations. However, it is considered a complex, three-pronged, and multidisciplinary concept that is challenging to critically comprehend and measure empirically, particularly in the context of sustainable development. Furthermore, the numerous definitions, theories, and approaches increase the complexity along with the adoption and implementation of its principal tenets.  Therefore, this paper presents a concise overview of the current concepts, dimensions, elements and indicators of social sustainability in the context of social development. According to the findings, social sustainability is typically involved with the continuous provision of social services (i.e. healthcare, education, housing, leisure and transport), reduce poverty and inequality (inter- and intra-generational) among residents of any community. As such, social sustainability is concerned with the current and future standard of living of people. Likewise, socially sustainable development is construed as the sustenance of social values, characteristics, and relations of people and place for the future. According to the authors, the interactions within social networks, contribution to cooperative groups and networks within the community are typical indicators of social sustainability. Furthermore, three distinct categories of social sustainability exist, namely; development, bridge, and maintenance sustainability. Furthermore, the elements of social sustainability identified were good health services, education, safe neighbourhoods, sanitation, and low-cost housing. Furthermore, the findings showed that indicators ensure that stakeholders are adequately informed about the complexity of social systems, engender comprehensive understanding and evaluation of sustainability and lastly effective communication of the empirical findings for enhanced decision making by stakeholders. In conclusion, the brief perspectives and future outlook on social sustainability indicate that the concept is crucial to sustainable development from the perspective of sustainable communities 

Changing Trends Of Landuse Landcover In Nagaon District And Its Impact On Agricultural And Environmental Sustainibility

Khijumoni Saikiam; Sailajananda Saikia; Bishmita Medhi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1388-1410

Agricultural Landuse plays a vital role in the entire environment of the Nagaon district. Comprising of 3993 of geographical area, the district reflects the spatio-temporal variations in agricultural landuse. In course of time the growing population stresses upon the agricultural landuse pattern of the district for fulfilling their various requirements like residence and day-to-day activities of livelihood. This interference of population and changing agricultural landuse effects the environment and the biotic ecosystem of the district, where man-animal conflict is also a common fact in some parts of the district. To achieve environmental sustainabilty, adoption of sustainable agriculture practices and enhancing agriculture productivity is highly needed.
This paper examines the changing trends of agricultural landuse of Nagaon district of Assam .The attempt is to reflect the agricultural landuse change dynamics occurred due to various natural and man-made factors.
For preparation of this paper, primary data are collected through questionnaires and personal visits with the local people in the field. Secondary data are collected from Govt. offices and websites

Digital Economy In Improving The Quality Of Economic Growth

Bustonov Mansurjon Mardonakulovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 740-750

The article examines the three traditional factors of economic growth: labor, land, capital, scientific and technological progress, the impact of information and knowledge in the digital economy in order to improve the living standards of the population, build a free and prosperous life and increase the incomes of society. to increase the total wealth, to expand the state's capacity to address poverty, hunger and other social problems. It is also important to consider the increase in income as the main means of expanding human capacity for employment in a prestigious job that creates material and moral satisfaction, the fair distribution of resources expands the choice of benefits for all members of society, income measured by gross domestic product (GDP) It is stated that only the increase in GDP from the world practice does not lead to an increase in the level of education, strengthening human health, ensuring human rights and freedoms

Corporate Social Responsibility – The Reflex of Science and Sustainability

Satbir Yadav; Dr. Sunil Bhudhiraja; Dr. Manish Gupta

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6222-6233

Science, which is termed as the mother of development, has served the society since its inception but has simultaneously harmed the humanity. Sustainability science (SS) is the by-product of this realization whereas corporate social responsibility (CSR) is modern manifestation to off-set the effects (harmful) handed over by developmental race of society. The corporate, in this age of globalization, as a business entity has been effectively instrumental and successful as employment generator, wealth creator, equity distributor, and environment protector and thus, attained the status of a champion or one of the leading actors for sustainable development. CSR plays a pivotal role in achievement of sustainable development (SD) when applied as a business strategy and paves the way for business to act as economy builder, society harmonizer and protector of the environment. Through this paper, an effort is made to draw a conceptual framework interlinking different dimensions of sustainability science,sustainable development and corporate social responsibility. It is more of viewpoint or a thought paper than the research one as it draws heavily from researchers’ experience on constructs covered but in its unique way, conveys theinter-connects to comprehend the gigantic problem and suggest an apt & time-tested and applied, that is, the practical solution.