The 2005 World Summit on Social Development identified sustainable development goals, such as economic development, social development and environmental protection. Sustainability interfaces with economics through the social and ecological consequences of economic activity. The concept of sustainability is much broader than the concepts of sustained yield of welfare, resources, or profit margins. Sustainable business practices, integrate ecological concerns with social and economic ones (i.e., the triple bottom line) have become the new norms of conducting business.
The conference will deliberate on topics such as Sustainability in the public sector, Internationalization and Globalization of Sustainability, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Opportunities in Sustainability, AI and ML for Sustainability, Business Models for Sustainability, Social Organizations for Sustainability, Change Management in Sustainability Context, Shared Values for Sustainability.