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La Estrategia Española de Desarrollo Sostenible (Spanish Strategy for Sustainable Development)

La Secretaría de Estado de Economía y la Subsecretaría del Ministerio de Medioambiente Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Spain 23 November 2007 Policy document development, strategy

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Esta estrategia se enmarca determinar y elaborar medidas que permitan mejorar continuamente la calidad de vida para las actuales y futuras generaciones mediante la creación de comunidades sostenibles capaces de gestionar y utilizar los recursos de forma eficiente, para aprovechar el potencial de innovación ecológica y social que ofrece la economía, garantizando la prosperidad, la protección del medio ambiente y la cohesión social. Este objetivo se concreta en siete áreas prioritarias: cambio climático y energías limpias; transporte sostenible; producción y consumo sostenibles; retos de la salud pública; gestión de recursos naturales; inclusión social, demografía y migración; y lucha contra la pobreza mundial.

This strategy is to determine and develop measures which continuously improve the quality of life for current and future generations through the creation of sustainable communities able to efficiently manage and utilize resources, to harness the potential of ecological and social innovation and to ensure prosperity, protection of the environment and social cohesion. It focuses on seven priority areas: climate change and clean energy; sustainable transport; sustainable production and consumption; public health challenges; management of natural resources; social inclusion, demography and migration; and the fight against global poverty.

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