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The principle of sustainable development or sustainability is a new paradigm, generating social awareness on respect for the environment and the rational use of resources, including land and buildings necessary for the establishment and development of human life. It implies, therefore, the rejection of the model using the limited resources that do not get the right balance between meeting human needs and maintaining an adequate means of life of future generations.
Sustainable strategies considered in the project serve environmental and energy demands that any contemporary intervention must claim, without forgetting, however, economic and programmatic aspects of the intervention themselves.
Switching to a fully renewable energy supply by 2050 is achievable, but there are challenges to overcome.
The global energy crisis is a daunting challenge. Yet we do not have to look far for the solutions. Energy derived from the sun, the wind, the Earth’s heat, water and the sea has the potential to meet the world’s electricity needs many times over, even allowing for fluctuations in supply and demand. We can greatly reduce the amount of energy we use through measures like developing efficent technologies and installing new systems to improve quality and reduce consume