Social Science Project On Sustainable Development As Per Latest CBSE Guidelines

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

Written By Avinash Sharan

16th May 2022

Sustainable Development Project For Students Across The World

Sustainable Development project is all about developing ways to achieve social and economic progress without damaging the earth’s natural resources. Students of class X are given this topic so that they can share their knowledge and foster the spirit of perseverance. Moreover, It also helps in developing confidence and to manage obstacles more efficiently. By doing such projects, students learn to implement their theoretical knowledge in practical aspect.  Such projects are multidisciplinary in nature because students are required to solve the real world problems by applying knowledge from different disciplines. Therefore, keep your project on Sustainable Development” simple and to the point.

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Sustainable Development – A Social Science  Project For Class X Students 

Table Of Contents:

  • Acknowledgement
  • Certificate
  • Index
  • Introduction
  • History
  • Benefits
  • Goals
  • What can we do to achieve Sustainable Development?
  • Organizations Involved.
  • Conclusion

Sustainable Development – A Social Science  Project For Class X Students

HISTORY OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

HISTORY OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: Image courtesy: unmgcy.com

Things to be kept in mind while doing the project

(Follow CBSE guidelines strictly.)

  • Firstly, USE A-4 size file paper (one side ruled) and blue / black ink to write your project.
  • Secondly, design the cover page in such a way that it reflects your topic.
  • Thirdly, write Topic of the project, Name, Class and Sec, Roll no. on the cover page in bold letters.
  • Fourthly, However, the project work should not be of less than 10 pages (including the cover page)
  • Lastly, do not use plastic covers.

Sustainable Development – A Social Science  Project For Class X Students

 1. Acknowledgement:

(what should be written) see an example below.

Acknowledgement

Through the core of my heart, I am very thankful to everyone who all supported me, for I have completed my project effectively and moreover on time. I an overwhelmed in all humbleness and grateful to acknowledge my depth to all those who helped me to put these ideas well. equally grateful to my (NAME OF SUBJECT TEACHER) for giving me moral support and guidance in doing this project. It would be injustice if I do not thank my parents who helped me a lot in collecting data, pictures and continuous help and support.

With their able guidance, encouragement and support, I could complete my project on time.

Thanking you,

(Name of the student)

2. Certificate:

Project Certificate Format

Certificate

   This is to certify that

Your Name………………………. of class X  (your Sec) …B…….    

has successfully completed his/her project on topic

 “SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT”

as prescribed by Mr./Miss/Mrs./Prof……….(teacher’s name)………. during the

 academic year….(year)……. as per the guidelines

given by…..(department/Institution/Board name)…….

Signature of Teacher                                                                                                                                                       Sign of external

3. Index:

Do not forget to add an index page along with Page No.

4. Introduction:

The World Commission on Environment and Development defines Sustainable Development asdevelopment which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.” In other words, when you don’t consider the wider future impacts while using the natural resources, a lot of damage takes place and the future generations have to suffer. Therefore, Sustainable Development is an action plan which help us to achieve sustainability in any activity which makes use of the resource. Moreover, it also demands immediate and intergenerational transmission.

Thus, the longer we continue to pursue unsustainable development, the more severe will the consequences be. Therefore, in order to undo the mess created by us, we must follow sustainable development.

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 5. History:

RIO DE JANERIO EARTH SUMMIT ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.

RIO DE JANERIO EARTH SUMMIT. Courtesy Forbesindia.com

 The concept of Sustainable Development was tossed by United Nations at Rio de Janiero in 1992  Resources and Development . During this International earth summit, first attempt was made to save the earth. Internationally, strategies and action plans were made for moving towards a more sustainable pattern of development. More than 100 countries participated. Other related civil society organizations also participated in the summit. People realized that Sustainable development does not mean a return to a pre-industrial era. Rather, it calls for

i) Firstly, continued economic growth

ii) Secondly, achieving sustainable livelihoods for all people–alleviating poverty and

iii) Thirdly, improving living standards while maintaining the integrity of the global environment.

 Note: But the process has been hindered by a conceptual obstacle: the belief that economic progress and environmental protection are mutually opposite goals.

6. Benefits of sustainable Development:

To begin with, Sustainable Development has numerous benefits for the people as well as for the planet.

Moreover, it creates a healthier, safer and and pollution free environment.

Some of the social benefits are:

  • Firstly, sustainable practices help strengthen community bonds.
  • Secondly, improve quality of life for the present and future generations.
  • Thirdly, provide hope for a better future for the people as well as for the planet.

Some of the Economic benefits are:

  • Firstly, helps in protecting natural resources.
  • Thereafter, protect bio-diversity and
  • Finally, mitigate and adapt to climate change

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7. Goals:

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Sustainable Development goals (SDG) are also one of the Global goals.

Therefore, United Nations fixed these goals in the year 2015.

Moreover, It says that development must balance social, economic and environmental sustainability.

It’s a universal “call to action” Organization.

By the way, Some of the major Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) are:

  • No Poverty
  • Zero Hunger
  • Good health and well being.
  • Quality education
  • Gender equality
  • Clean water and sanitation
  • Affordable clean energy
  • Climate action
  • Protect the planet and
  • to ensure Global peace and prosperity by 2030 etc.

8. What can we do to achieve Sustainable Development?

Sustainable Development goals can easily be achieved by taking the following measures:

1. Create awareness for safe drinking water at workplace as well as in remote areas.

2. Save water and promote Rainwater Harvesting.

3. Go for renewable energy sources.

4. Develop a habit of sustainable practices.

5. Encourage Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

6. inclusive and skill based education locally and Globally.

7. Promote, encourage and reward responsible behavior

8. Create employment to raise the standard of living.

9. Collaborate with business partners or NGO’s to take it to the next level.

10. Lastly, there must be a good intention to make the earth a beautiful place for living.

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9. Organizations Involved:

There are many organizations which are making essential contributions to the environment, society and for the sustainability of the world at large.

Moreover, they involve themselves in the field of research, conservation of resources and creating awareness by implementing new ideas.

Below are some of the most influential NGO’s working day and night to create the difference.

 1. Doctors without Borders:

Doctors without Borders is one of my favorite NGO’s.

This NGO provides emergency medical aid to people affected by epidemics, disasters, conflict or any deadly disease.

It is working since 1971 and has won Nobel peace prize for their contribution in 1999.

Moreover, this organization has treated millions of people across 80 countries so far. 

2. Greenpeace:

Greenpeace, one of the largest nonviolent, direct action environmental organization in the world which mainly focuses on forests, climate change, toxics and sustainable agriculture.

Today, it has more than 2.8 million active members working round the clock. 

3. Natural Resources Defense Council ( NRDC):

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NRDC is an U.S. based NGO working internationally mainly on the protection of environment.

 It’s works on curbing global warming as well as wildlife protection, control pollution and clean and eco friendly energy.

 4. Oxfam:

Oxfam is also one of the most popular NGO’s which work on international issues such as poverty, Human Rights and Injustice.

Moreover, this organization is actively spread over 90 countries of the world. 

5. World Wildlife Fund (WWF):

World Wildlife is one of the oldest, biggest and most popular organizations which works on the conserving nature and protecting of bio-diversity.

It was founded in 1961.

At present it has 5 million active members worldwide.

10. Conclusion:

To sum up, Sustainable Development is “development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.” when you don’t consider the wider future impacts while using the natural resources, a lot of damage takes place and the future generations have to suffer. Therefore, Sustainable Development is an action plan which help us to achieve sustainability in any activity which makes use of the resource. 

Thus, the longer we continue to pursue unsustainable development, the more severe will the consequences be. Therefore, in order to undo the mess created by us, we must follow sustainable development.

Hope, you find this sustainable Development Project helpful.

By the way, What is your way of contributing towards sustainable Development. Do you also want to work with any NGO ?

Do comment and share your ideas through email.

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4 Comments

  1. Aakash kharaliya

    your study material for this project has helped me a lot

    Reply
    • Avinash Sharan

      Thank you, Akash. Keep visiting and promoting shapingminds.in

      Reply
  2. Chinmoy Chowdhury

    Sir gave a project in a proper manner no words to say sir thank you

    Reply
    • Avinash Sharan

      Thankyou Chinmoy. I feel so happy that my blog post at least helped someone. Keep visiting and suggesting new topics on which students and teachers need help.

      Reply

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