When we look to the future we confront many uncertainties about the world our children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren will live in. But we can be certain of at least one thing: if we want this earth to provide for the needs of its inhabitants, human society must undergo a transformation. The world of tomorrow must be fundamentally different from the world we know as we step into the 2lst century and the new millennium. We must strive to build a “sustainable future.” Democracy, equity, social justice, peace and harmony with our natural environment should be the watchwords of this world to come. We must make sure to place the notion of “durability” at the base of our way of living, of governing our nations and communities, of interacting on a global scale.
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