OPTIMAL UTILIZATION OF NATURAL SOLUTIONS: A STEP TOWARDS MEETING ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY MDGS Relating to Angelsen, et. approach (1998), there exist a two-way relationship between lower income and environment in the growing countries which is referred to as the Environmental-Poverty Nexus. Poverty causes environmental destruction, and in turn, the degradations in environment worsen poverty. As such, the more noticeable environmental danger is mostly connected with regenerative resources, which are in constant threat of weariness from increased use. Depletion of many environmental resources could make some types of people destitute even when a great economy is growing. Consequently, the nexus encompasses a variety of interpersonal and personal as well as economic factors that obstruct the achievement in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
MGDs are enshrined in the Centuries Declaration that was passed by the Un General Set up in 2k. The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) behave as the international community's ordinaire commitment to make a better another day for immeasureable people (UNDP, 2010). Reacting, the Malawi Government in 2007 introduced the Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS) because an overarching operational medium-term strategy for getting both the place's Vision 2020 and the MDGs (GoM, 2012: 5).
With all this context the paper plans to make a case for the importance from the optimal use of natural resources as an important step to meeting environmentally friendly Millennium Expansion Goals. Basically, we try to show the significance of finding an optimal removal path. In view of this, we shall only single out and concentrate on the relevant MDGs, and MGDS II Desired goals and ways of achieve the above mentioned stated target.
Goal seven of the MDGs has 4 target areas but of relevance to the analysis will be the first two targets. The first target focuses on including the principles of sustainable expansion into nation policies and programmes and so...