“Sustainable development is: Providing the needs of present generations without forgetting the future ones."
- Cultural sustainability - respect for different values among people.
- Social Sustainability - improving the quality of life, equity in income distribution and reduction of social differences.
-Economic Sustainability - compatibility between production and consumption patterns, access to science and technology, the use of natural resources must minimize damage to life; Reduction of toxic waste and pollution, recycling of materials and energy conservation, clean technologies and greater efficiency and arrangements for adequate environmental protection.
-Sustainability policy - adoption of smarter agricultural practices and less aggressive to health and the environment; sustainable management of forests.
-Sustainability Ethics - Conservation geographical balance of ecosystems, poverty eradication and exclusion, human rights and social integration.
In life, we all depend on each other, we raise our human family. We are responsible for our brothers and sisters and it doesn’t matter if they live near or far from us. Everyone has duties and responsibilities to society as a whole. Solidarity means learning to love your neighbor as well as in global dimensions in an interdependent world: In our society, human life and the environment in which living systems perpetuate themselves suffer direct and indirect threats.
People have the right to live and satisfy their basic needs. These requirements not only consist of food, clothing, housing, but also in education, health, leisure, financial guarantees and opportunities to develop all the skills that a person is endowed.