. What do you mean by 'Sustainable Development'
A. Using available resources to the fullest.
B. Using available resources judiciously without compromising the need of the present and future generation.
C. Saving resources for future generation.
D. Saving resources for present generation.
Ans. Correct option is B.
Reason: Using available finances judiciously without compromising the need of the present and coming generations is called sustainable development. Suppose for the present that a particular country is relatively advanced. We'd clearly like this position of development to go up further or at least be maintained for coming generations. This is obviously desirable. Still, since the alternate half of the twentieth century, a number of scientists have been advising that the present type, and situations, of development aren't sustainable.