Location: South Africa

Sectors: Sustainable energy: access, efficiency and renewables; Green industry, material efficiency and waste minimization; Sustainable Cities and Built Environment; Freshwater Resource Management and Sanitation;

By: South Africa

Type: National

Source: Department of Environmental Affairs, Republic of South Africa

Year: 2002

The National Framework for Sustainable Development
The purpose of the National Framework on Sustainable Development is to enunciate South Africa?s national vision for sustainable development and indicate strategic interventions to re-orientate South Africa?s development path in a more sustainable direction. It proposes a national vision, principles and areas for strategic intervention that will enable and guide the development of the national strategy and action plan.

It proposes five strategic focus areas for intervention.
1. Enhancing systems for integrated planning and implementation
2. Sustaining our ecosystems and using natural resources efficiently
3. Economic development via investing in sustainable infrastructure
4. Creating sustainable human settlements
5. Responding appropriately to emerging human development, economic and environmental challenges
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