Sustainability has three essential pillars that are needed to be coherently integrated and brought into large-scale and long-term state of equibrium: economic; environmental and social. Bringing about successful sustainable changes is a modern global challenge where the implementation of suitable management instruments for economy, environment and social are inevitable.
The responses of people to social changes can vary from good to bad. Some can immediately adapt to these changes and cast off traditions while others are being conservative and adhere to traditions and worry that changes will result in societal collapse. In reality, many changes are simply inevitable and require adjustment and adaptation for the sake of survival and societal advancement. The process of development towards sustainable social adjustment and change, however, is continuous and fluid and there would always be typical new development to be addressed.