1. The Sustainable Development is generally explained as the process of the development that initiates the fulfillment of the requirements of the present without taking any steps to compromise the capability of the upcoming generations towards meeting their own requirements (Barkemeyer et al., 2014). One of the core concept of sustainable development lies over the balance towards competing the needs against the awareness related to social, environmental and economic limitations in the society.
2. In connection to the given case study the approach of the sustainable development lies in the goals towards the achievement of balance and harmony among the environment sustainability. The effects of the disposable waste of the hotel can harm the health, the livelihood and the lives of the people around together with damaging and polluting the air, the land and the water. The concept of sustainable development is relevant to the study since the case study portrays the issues related to waste processing and waste management facility and the concerns related to eco friendly environment for the hotel.
3. Sustainable development id often defined as the common future. Apart from the examples of the waste management as illustrated in the given case study, one of the examples can be the greatest benefits of the use of solar energy (Sachs, 2015). Solar energy, one of the most essential ingredients of the nature that have limitless supply tends to provide some of the major benefits to the consumer towards the reduction of the pollution. Reduction of the non renewable energy with the type of energy is basically both finically effective and environment friendly which furthermore connects with the notion of the sustainable development.
Barkemeyer, R., Holt, D., Preuss, L., & Tsang, S. (2014). What happened to the ‘development’in sustainable development? Business guidelines two decades after Brundtland. sustainable development, 22(1), 15-32.
Sachs, J. D. (2015). The age of sustainable development. Columbia University Press.