This study highlights the need for increased understanding of global environmental sustainability challenges and universalizing solutions as reducing and reversing the environmental impact of economic growth is difficult when a sizable proportion of the world's population has yet to benefit from economic growth. Critical theory formed the study's conceptual framework. Business leaders and commercial farmers were interviewed; data were organized, edited, coded, formatted, and analyzed to determine themes and trends. If sustainable development programs for business and sustainable agriculture research and outreach in developing economies are implemented, a large number of people's standards of living may be raised. This book suggests that possible solutions to global sustainability challenges should be effectively shared between developed and developing countries in order to help make a positive social change.