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Salam

I'm just beginning to learn, but find the concepts inspiring. I'm sure as a civil engineer, I can contribute. I'm just not yet sure how.

http://www.asce.org/issues-and-advocacy/public-policy/policy-statement-418---the-role-of-the-civil-engineer-in-sustainable-development/

What do you know about sustainable development? The ideas have been around for a while but only recently are getting media attention. 

http://genun.unausa.org/10_things_you_can_do_right_now_to_help_accomplish_the_sdgs

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33 minutes ago, notme said:

Salam

I'm just beginning to learn, but find the concepts inspiring. I'm sure as a civil engineer, I can contribute. I'm just not yet sure how.

http://www.asce.org/issues-and-advocacy/public-policy/policy-statement-418---the-role-of-the-civil-engineer-in-sustainable-development/

What do you know about sustainable development? The ideas have been around for a while but only recently are getting media attention. 

http://genun.unausa.org/10_things_you_can_do_right_now_to_help_accomplish_the_sdgs

Sustainable development is economic production that is conducted without the depletion of natural resources. Hmm, quite interesting. There are many different aspects to this. 

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55 minutes ago, AfricanShia said:

Sustainable development is economic production that is conducted without the depletion of natural resources. Hmm, quite interesting. There are many different aspects to this. 

But it's not just about resource depletion - it also incorporates consideration for human rights and economic stability. I'm sure we, as a species, can do this. 

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13 minutes ago, notme said:

But it's not just about resource depletion - it also incorporates consideration for human rights and economic stability. I'm sure we, as a species, can do this. 

Most certainly but the Shaytan doesnt like sustainable development. He really has a grasp on powerful figures. 

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