عنوان مقاله [English]
The continuity of collective life and the continuity of human societies in the land causes the gradual formation of mutual interaction between society and the environment in the form of various biological complexes. Changes in these biological complexes, aiming at improving life and further development, require understanding the context of biological complexes in order for development interventions to lead to "sustainability". Development documents and programs have scientific-technical support that affect the composition and type of power relations at different levels. The 2030 Agenda , in fact a reflection of the conflict of needs and demands and therefore the confrontation of powers. Given the centrality of "sustainability" in this document, the initial question is: What is the mechanism and direction of "sustainability" of development in the 2030 document? The 2030 document has been drafted with the aim of smoothing of North-South relations and the replacement of "cooperation" in the level of data and information on the one hand and "competition" at the level of knowledge and the role of the user, on the other hand, it has been compiled and by partitioning and neglecting the links ("food and soil" and "water and energy"), ignoring the issue of resource sharing, reductionism in participation, not addressing the interaction of ecological literacy and the financing chain , Failed to aggregate the experiences and findings of previous development documents.