#LearnSustainability: Brundtland Commission

Do you know what the Brundtland Commission is? We explain the concept and its meaning in this infographic

In 1987, the General Assembly of the United Nations asked a multi-country committee to draw up a report detailing the impact of human activities on the environment.

This working group was named the Brundtland Commission after the then Norwegian Prime Minister, Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, who led this commission, and drafted the Brundtland Report, document introducing for the first time the concept of sustainable development.

#LearnSustainability: Brundtland Commission


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