The goal of sustainable social development is to expand people’s freedoms and capabilities to lead lives that they can have reason to value, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own human development needs. Social sustainability is inseparable from environmental sustainability because man needs the environment as resource for his own development. Social sustainable development has recently emerged as a combination of human development and sustainable development. Income was considered an indicator for human development. Indicators for social sustainability are more about wellbeing: access to resources, education, social stability, and the quality of the natural environment. Since people’s chances at better lives should not be constrained by factors out of their control, equity is also an integral part of social sustainable development.
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