Social Sustainability, Wellness, Development, Circular Economy, Practices.
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Despite being emphasized as one of the main pillars of global sustainable development, social sustainability has been vastly neglected in research, and its importance has been undervalued. This paper aims to highlight the important role that wellness practices play in enhancing social sustainability by uplifting individuals and progressing communities. In turn, social sustainability strengthens the circular economy, resulting in global sustainable development. The paper also raises questions about future sustainable communities, quality of life, and wellness programs, which open up new avenues for future research and implications.
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"WELLNESS PRACTICES’ CONTRIBUTION TO SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE,"
BAU Journal - Creative Sustainable Development: Vol. 4:
1, Article 5.
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