Economic Sustainability

Social and economic development are directly related. Economic development depends on the ability of a country, a region or  business to create wealth and, with its distribution, generate welfare to its community. It can be said that economic development is moving in two dimensions: Economic growth understood as the improvement in productivity and investment. And the second dimension, quality of life, known as meeting basic needs. Sustainable economic growth is development that lasts over time and promotes social equity by providing food, education, health, safety, housing, and reducing the gap between rich and poor. This development generates greater participation and less exclusion among people and countries. Therefore NES Naturaleza develops and transfers knowledge for the public sector and private companies, in order for them to conduct their activities in an economically viable way, generating wealth and prosperity to the community in its area of influence.

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