Major Players in Sustainable Development

January 2, 2009 by Tommy Linsley  
Filed under Sustainable Development


Sustainable development requires the input of all the major stakeholders in
the climate change solution phase.  That means that governments,
non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and other concerned parties cannot
set about on a sustainable course of action until some sort of agreement
is reached with any party that might raise an objection that could put the
project in danger.

Sometimes public input on policy changes can keep the bill that is
politically expedient from becoming a law that appeases everyone and fixes
nothing
.  Major stakeholders in the climate debate include just about
everyone, but some special groups that have been very active include
native and indigenous peoples, residents of island nations, commerce and
business groups
, environmental activists and human rights campaigners, to
name just a few.

It is very important that these groups have a chance to sit down on a
regular business and state their concerns or compliments about how climate
change mitigation is being handled.

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