Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Sustainable Development Goals

Three Important Pillars Of The Future: Environment, Sustainable Development, And Local Self Government

Harikumar Pallathadka

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 8988-8998

Flora and fauna are the actual trinkets of the crown named "Biodiversity". We are
running in the 21st century, the year 2020 and, of course, undergoing the lockdown
period. The reason is best known to all humans', i.e., "unwarranted and undisciplined"
interference with the system and norms of Mother Nature. Growth is a positive notion in
the fields of mathematic and economics, so as the population is increasing, but there are
no positive results of the same. The snowballing greenhouse gas emission, pollution,
destruction of biodiversity, animal killings, maiming, frequent floods and droughts are the
worrying alarming consequences of our mismanagement and interference.
The national and state governments are already hawking with unprecedented challenges;
the population will not stop intensifying, so what should be our modus operandi in
attaining the sustainable development goals? The urban cities are subjugating the leading
sources of the earth; urbanization has affected every area of developing and developed
countries. In this present scenario, we only have our villages and sub rural areas, which
could maintain the biodiversity, flora and fauna. However, the problem is of proper skills
and guidance. The only unit which can work from grass root level is “Local selfgovernment”
it seems that union and states are more formidable and have long-lasting
effects on people's minds. Still, the grass-root government is getting into the grips with
most questioning jobs.
The United Nations has always focused on the independence of local self-government
because the trio of environment, sustainable development and local self-government are
the rock-solid pillars of the future we want for the globe and Asia Pacific region.