In the implementation of development required resources that can support the success of development. The resources are of limited nature and in their use must be carefully and carefully. Inaccuracy in the use of state-owned resources can lead to the following environmental concerns

  1. Natural resource issues: forest destruction, extinction of animals and plants, and expansion of critical land.
  2. Settlement issues: sanitation, slums, clean water, and environmental health.
  3. Environmental pollution: water pollution, soil, and air.
  4. Implementation of Environmental Development

In development it is necessary to include between development and environment because the environment serves as a support for sustainable development. If continuous development does not pay attention to environmental factors then the environment will be damaged and sustainable development itself will be threatened.

Environmentally sound development is an effort to improve human quality in stages by taking into account environmental factors. Such as the construction of retaining walls with flexible structures that you can see in

In the process, this development optimizes the benefits of natural resources, human resources, and science by identifying these three components so that they can be sustainable.

In utilizing the environment as a support buffer must also take into account its limitations, so it should not be greedy so as not to run out at this time. Important matters in the implementation of environmentally sound development are as follows.

  • The development process should be continuous with sustained environmental and human quality.
  • The development made possible to improve the welfare of the present generation without diminishing the welfare of future generations.
  • The environment has a rigidity so that in its utilization will experience reduction and narrowing.
  • The better the quality of the environment the better the impact on the quality of life is reflected, among others, on increasing life expectancy and decreasing mortality rate.
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