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Sustainable Development Plan: Consulting local communities

International development professionals often ask, how do we make a more sustainable development plan? Author Mary Ruckelshaus has an answer.
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When we change the world, we don’t only want change today. We also want change to last in tomorrow’s world. International development professionals often ask, how do we make a sustainable development plan? In response, author Mary Ruckelshaus shares her insights. She additionally summarizes comments from her colleague Ilya Espino de Marotta. They argue that development professionals must consult with local communities. This will lead to a more sustainable development plan.

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