DOI: 10.33448/rsd-v11i10.32496
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Abstract: Sustainable development refers to agricultural and industrial activities and the understanding of sustainability assumes greater complexity, which requires economic, social, environmental, institutional, technological, cultural and geographical emphasis to be considered, because what is sustainable for one region may not be for another. The article aims to show methodological criteria for the construction of the Global Sustainability Index (GSI) and its importance in the evaluation of public policies of sustai… Show more

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