Review article of Global Journal of Energy and Environment
Essay on Sustainable Development of Ethiopia in Relation to Environmental Policy
Kebede Lemu Bekelcha
Department of Social Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Bule Hora University
In the developing countries like Ethiopia most of the environmental problems are caused by underdevelopment. Millions continue to live far below the minimum levels required for a decent human existence, deprived of adequate food and clothing, shelter and education, health direct their efforts to development, bearing in mind their priorities and the need to safeguard and improve the environment. For the same purpose, the industrialized countries should make efforts to reduce the gap themselves and the developing countries, environmental problems are generally related to industrialization and technological development (Yared, 2017:17).
Keywords: sustainable Development, Environmental Policy
How to cite this article:
Kebede Lemu Bekelch. Essay on Sustainable Development of Ethiopia in Relation to Environmental Policy. Global Journal of Energy and Environment, 2019,1:8.
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