ISM of Critical Success Factor for Sustainable Development


Authors : Astha Shakya; Krishan Pal; Ajay Chaudhary

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 8 - August

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The Brundtland Report, which warned of the negative environmental consequences of economic growth and globalisation and attempted to find possible solutions to the problems caused by industrialization and population growth, introduced the concept of sustainable development for the first time in 1987. Although we are aware of the concept of sustainable development and its pillars, we decide to do it with a perception of civil engineering students that is for green building sustainability. Well there are some factors that have an impact on sustainable development but we don't know the relation between them, however without adequate research, this is impossible to obtain. In this article, we looked at the three pillars of sustainable development: social, economic, and environmental. During the research, we discovered some variables that have an impact on Sustainable development. After analysing the variables, we realised that we couldn't do ISM on all of them, so we focused on the 10 most important ones, and the findings revealed which elements are more or less responsible for Sustainable development.

Keywords : Sustainable Development, ISM, Critical Success Factor

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