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The Sustainable Development Commission (SDC), which closed on 31 March 2011, was the UK Government's independent adviser on sustainable development. The SDC held Government to account to ensure the needs of society, the economy and the environment were properly balanced in the decisions it made and the way it ran itself.

This project originated in the School of Management

Work on this project was undertaken by St Andrews Sustainability Institute (SASI)

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