Can a proper understanding of "sustainability" still be limited to environmental issues or the so-called "green economy"? Increasingly, many would argue not.

Sustainability now incorporates social dimensions such as social inclusion, equal opportunities and anti-discrimination. They are fundamentally linked, and future sustainability efforts must consider them.
Despite the difficult economic climate, it's good to know the Europe 2020 future growth strategy, developed by EU membersa, reflects this perspective.
EU2020 is focused on "smart, sustainable and inclusive growth", that is interlinked. Furthermore, the European Commission recently launched a new, three-year strategy for CSR which stresses that, to fully meet their objectives in this area, enterprises should integrate social, environmental, ethical, human rights and consumer concerns into their business operations.
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