Practitioners have created a Sustainability Venn Diagram to represent the three pillars and their interconnectedness. The three key components or pillars of sustainable development are frequently discussed. Economic, environmental, and social factors A simple Sustainability Venn Diagram depicts three overlapping circles representing social, economic, and ecological progress, implying the need for balancing and managing the trade-offs between them is commonly used to illustrate sustainable development. Sustainability is frequently thought of as a long-term goal (e.g., a more sustainable world). In contrast, sustainable development refers to the various processes and pathways that lead to it (e.g., sustainable agriculture and forestry, sustainable production and consumption, good governance, research and technology transfer, and education).