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    environmental protection are interdependent and mutually reinforcing components of

    sustainable development, which is the framework for our efforts to achieve a higher quality

    of life for all people. Equitable social development that recognizes empowering the poor,

    particularly women living in poverty, to utilize environmental resources sustainably is a

    necessary foundation for sustainable development."

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    The objective [of development] is to raise the quality of life for all people through ...

    population and development policies and programmes aimed at achieving poverty

    eradication, sustained economic growth in the context of sustainable development and

    sustainable patterns of consumption and production, human resource development and the

    guarantee of all human rights...."

    --Cairo Programme of Action, Principle 3 and para. 3.16, Ch. III

    Sustainable development is essential for human settlements development, and gives full

    consideration to the needs and necessities of achieving economic growth, social

    development and environmental protection.... Human settlements shall be planned,

    developed and improved in a manner that takes full account of sustainable development

    principles.... We ... commit ourselves to ... creating an enabling international and domestic

    environment for economic development, social development and environmental protection,

    as interdependent and mutually reinforcing components of sustainable development, that

    will attract investments, generate employment, contribute to the eradication of poverty and

    provide revenues for sustainable human settlements development...."

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