Sustainable Development Strategies: Engineering, Culture and Economics provides policy guidance on good practice in developing
and implementing strategies for sustainable development. The book integrates social, economic and environmental objectives,
taking into account of their implications for different socioeconomic groups and for future generations. It examines and analyzes
existing and new approaches to formulating a sustainable development strategy and its implementation through both quantitative
and qualitative studies. In addition, it looks at the formulation of strategy and overcoming various issues from the standpoint
of a diverse set of disciplines, including engineering, economics and social/political views.