Why is the issue of sustainability important for development?

Without sacrificing the quality of the environment for future generations, sustainable development can be described as an approach to the economic development of a nation. The Sustainable Development Goals are
To encourage the kind of growth that minimizes environmental issues.
Without sacrificing the quality of the atmosphere for future generations, to address the needs of the current generation.
For growth, the problem of sustainability is relevant because It demands that resource reserves, including exhaustible natural and environmental resources, be maintained. Recent studies suggest that because of overuse, groundwater in India is exhausted. Its groundwater supplies are overused by 1/3 of the population.

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