Sustainability growth is a way of life, not just a goal. The pillars of Sustainability indicate programs, initiatives and actions aimed at the preservation of a particular resource.
Everyone has the right to live in a healthy, safe and prosperous environment. All people should have access to land and natural resources without paying compensation for their use.
Sustainable economic growth requires investment in human capital, technology and infrastructure that promote sustainable use of resources.
The environment is threatened by pollution from industrialization, urbanization, and climate change. Climate change affects the quality of water supplies; floods threaten cities; desertification threatens grain production; species extinction threatens biodiversity; ozone depletion threatens respiratory health among others.
Every culture has its own unique values, traditions and beliefs that shape its identity as well as its relationship with nature.
We at Lincoln University of Business and Management take an oath to serve and safeguard the environment in every manner possible. We are very proud to announce that our last event that was “York St John University 2022 Graduation” was our little initiative towards a better sustainable society. We hosted a plastic free event with more than 350 people and along with that we planted one sapling per student in order to make a small difference towards the environment.
Lincoln University of Business and Management aims to “enable better learning and assist remove barriers to education, we empower learners to be their best selves and, in turn, construct a better life for themselves and those around them,” according to the plan’s stated goal.
The growth in biodiversity loss and greenhouse gas emissions pose a substantial danger to sustainability globally. There is a critical need for sustainable development measures in the country and worldwide. Charities are working hard to protect the environment and encourage the conservation of natural resources.
Because Lincoln University of Business and Management knows,
“The only way forward, if we are going to improve the quality of the environment, is to get everybody involved – Richard Rogers”