Literature review on sustainable development goals
Introduction: While health is one of the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs , many other 'health-related' goals comprise determinants of health. Integrated implementation across SDGs is needed for the achievement of Agenda While existing literature is rich in normative recommendations about potentially useful approaches, evidence of implementation strategies being adopted by countries is limited. Methods: We conducted a systematic review with qualitative synthesis of findings using peer reviewed and grey literature from key databases.
The literature on sustainable development can be said to include everything from international policy documents, such as the Brundtland Commission, to scientific articles on the environmental impact of specific fibre polymers. The literature presented here focuses on sustainable development from primarily an overall perspective. Literature often contains a brief history and description of the emergence and importance of the concept, as well as the causes of, and possible solutions to, major environmental and sustainability problems.
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