Embracing the Concepts of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle for Sustainable Development

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01 Apr 24
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 Embracing the Concepts of Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle for Sustainable Development

Udaipur, The Department of Economics at Bhupal Nobles University, in collaboration with the Continuous Research Development Institute, Udaipur, concluded a two-day international conference on "A New Perspective on Sustainability: Opportunities and Challenges" at the BN Auditorium. Dr. Shilpa Rathore, the main organizer, welcomed the chief guest, Dr. Selomanny Pelniyandi from Malaysia, to the closing session.

**Key Points**

**Environmental Conservation:** Dr. Pelniyandi emphasized the need to raise awareness about the environment. He highlighted the importance of reducing, reusing, and recycling for sustainable development. He stressed that adopting these concepts in everyday life can ensure steady progress towards sustainability.

**Financial Perspective:** Associate Professor Dr. Ashok from Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi, spoke about the importance of focusing on the financial aspect in the new perspective of sustainability. He pointed out that real development is hindered by GDP and corruption. By embracing a simple lifestyle focused on higher ideals, true development can be achieved.

**Cultural Values:** Dr. Paritosh Duggad shared his insights on the new perspective of sustainability through three short stories. He emphasized the need for every citizen to understand the concept of sustainable development for its realization.


In his closing remarks, Colonel Prof. Shivsingham Sarangdevot, Chairman of the University, advocated for the incorporation of the principles of reduce, reuse, and recycle into life for sustainable development. He drew from Vedic tradition to underscore the importance of environmental conservation along with development. The conference witnessed meaningful contributions from experts, scholars, and researchers, promising fruitful outcomes. Dr. Rajshree Chauhan, Chairperson of the Economics Department, presented a comprehensive report on the two-day event. The program ended with the expression of gratitude towards all participants for their contributions to the successful organization of the conference.

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