Sustainable growth refers to growth that does not affect natural resources. It can also be defined as a growth that meets the requirements of the present without sacrificing the potential of future generations. The goal of this study is to review and synthesise the literature on sustainable development pillars and models. The revenue from the literature showed that a number of authors agree that creation of sustainability can be classified into three I environmental sustainability (organic raw material production, management of agricultural water), (ii) social sustainability (accessibility of nutritious food to different generations) and (iii) economic sustainability (participation and cooperation from small businesses). Theories and ideas previously existed that allowed people to choose between environmental protection and growth. With the implementation of sustainable growth, human communities are building a bright and stable future. Equal focus must be paid to the three pillars of economic, social and environmental development in order to achieve sustainable development. In solving the problems of climate change and global warming, sustainable development is seen as the solution. The protection of biodiversity, water supplies, the reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and the promotion of sustainable agriculture are some of the most critical aspects of sustainable development and should be at the forefront of promoting the idea of sustainable development.
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Cliff Sibusiso Dlamini Center for Coordination of Agricultural Research and Development for Southern Africa (CCARDESA), Plot 4701 Station Exit Road, Private Bag 00357, Gaborone, Botswana. View Book :- https://stm.bookpi.org/CIEES-V1/issue/view/33