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October 25th, 2007
Eurostat: 2007 Monitoring Report

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The Union’s commitment to sustainable development at the first Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 led in due course to an EU-wide sustainable development strategy, which was adopted by the European Council in June 2001 in Gothenburg, and renewed in June 2006. The renewed strategy sets out a single, coherent approach to how the EU will more effectively live up to its long-standing commitment to meet the challenges of sustainable development. It reaffirms the overall aim of achieving continuous improvement of the quality of life and well-beingon earth for present and future generations, through the creation of sustainable communities able to manage and use resources efficiently and to tap the ecological and social innovation potential of the economy, ensuring prosperity, environmental protection and social cohesion.
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