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Management and conservation of the environment in the context of sustainable development must affixed to economic development, social development and environmental protection.

Sustainable development will not be achieved if one of these pillars is compromised.

A person who is aware of the environment cannot yet be regarded as a ‘literate environment.’

It must involve an individual’s understanding of the dangers of environmental damage or pollution and be able to explain to others about the issue.

There he must can practice it in the form of behaviour that can help reduce the problem of pollution, such as the practice of recycling to reduce garbage dumping, carpooling to reduce air pollution and so on.

To address society’s indifference to environmental issues, civic awareness is very important.

Public participation in environmentally friendly practices will be a big impact on sustainable environment.

At the same time it is also important to create awareness among the industries that adopt environmentally friendly practices.

This is because among the industry, they are the drivers of economic progress.

Apart from awareness programs, enforcement aspect should not be underestimated.

Enforcement is essential to ensure that environmental resources are used optimally and does not affect the quality of life for the present generation and future.

Achieving a more sustainable environment requires a combination of regulatory, economic and values-based actuators.

Compliance and enforcement play a direct role in ensuring the integrity of the regulatory system.

Ideally enforcement must contain restrictions or penalties credible and transparent and unequivocal so heavy that no one wants to violate it.