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Welcome to ISDS Society Website
International Society for Development and Sustainability (ISDS) is an association of individual and institutional members whose purpose is to build a communication network between scientists, practitioners, and people with an interest in sustainability. Registered with Japanese Government as a private organization, ISDS is dedicated to research, development, consultation, training, and publication in all areas related to sustainable development. It promotes sustainability through maintaining technical cooperation, network development and capacity building at international, regional and national levels. This website is a platform for sustainability knowledge sharing and awareness raising.
Environmental sustainability may include making decisions and taking actions that are more consistent with the protection of the nature, in order to support human life at present and future times as well. It is currently a significant issue as the lifestyles are becoming more harmful to the environment, and industrial emissions are increasing day by day.
Economic sustainability enables us to use available resources to their best advantage. The idea is to promote the use of those resources in a way that is both efficient and responsible, and likely to provide long-term benefits. In the case of a business operation, it calls for using resources so that the business continues while consistently returning a profit.
According to the World Bank, social sustainability means responding better to local communities; ensuring responses are tailored to local country contexts; and promoting social inclusion, cohesion and accountability. It is the ability of a community to develop processes and structures which support the ability of future generations to maintain a healthy community.
Cultural sustainability is a new interdisciplinary approach, aimed to raise the significance of culture and its factors in local, regional and global sustainable development. Culture is an important aspect of sustainable development, as it refers to how we understand and appreciate natural resources and each other.
ISDS in Other Websites
ISDS official journal appeared in eldis portal - International Journal of Development and Sustainability (IJDS) appeared in eldis project web portal. Eldis is an online information service providing free access to relevant, up-to-date and diverse research on international development issues.
ISDS listed in Newcastle University "Sustainability Resource Guide" - It is a collaborative guide from NIReS and the University Library offering Information about sustainability resources, events and activities of Newcastle University.
Wind Power Potential and Integration in Africa by A.F. Agbetuyi
The concerns about global warming should drive most countries in Africa into strong demand for wind energy generation. This article gives an overview of the wind power potential and integration in some selected Africa countries and the challenges of wind power integration in Africa. The Northern part of Africa is known to be Africa’s Wind pioneers having installed and connected the Wind Energy Converters (WEC) to the grid. About 97% of the continent’s total wind installations are located in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia. Research work should commence on the identified sites with high wind speeds in those selected Africa countries, so that those potential sites can be connected to the grid. This is because the ability of a site to sufficiently accommodate wind generation not only depends on wind speeds but on its ability to interconnect to the existing grid. If these wind energy potentials are tapped and connected to the grid, the erratic and epileptic power supply facing most countries in Africa will be reduced; thereby reducing rural-urban migration and more jobs will be created. more
ISDS Official Journal
International Journal of Development and sustainability (IJDS) is an scholarly peer-reviewed journal, and the official publication of ISDS. IJDS aims to publish articles of high quality and strives to promote scholarly debate across a broad coverage of sustainability topics which covers all aspects of environmental, economic, social, and cultural sustainability.
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