Note: the first two pillars, social and environmental sustainability, will be analyzed due to their relevance to the module’s topic.
(a) development sustainability – basic needs, the creation of social capital, justice.
(b) bridge sustainability – behaviour changes so as to achieve bio-physical environmental goals.
(c) maintenance sustainability – preservation of sociocultural characteristics in the face of change and the ways that people react to change.
It is multidimensional term in constant relation and interaction with society and social policy, urban development, company and organisation performance, product design and lifecycle.
Social sustainability is usually presented to conduct a twofold role:
Social Sustainability is a fluid and constantly developing field, that has arisen along with the environmental awareness since the last decades.
Key elements/ benefits: