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CIVIL SOCIETY AS THE FOUNDATION OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Vol. 3, No 1a, 2010

 

Chapter 2.1.

 

Civil Society as the Foundation of Sustainable Development

 

Adam Płachciak

 

 

Abstract. The idea of sustainable development is focused on contemporary threats of human life, which generally emerge form growing consumption of natural resources, enlarging of environmental devastation, fast demographic growth, unsatisfied basic needs of immeasurable group of people or deep destabilization of natural and socio-economical systems. The imperative assignment for efficient implementation the ideas of sustainable development is pressing towards building a responsible civil society. Effective solutions of social, economic and environmental problems require a participation of all active partners which means active engagement of local actors in creating main strategy.

 

Keywords: civil society, sustainable development.