Our human longevity and prospects as a human species require us to take advantage of the opportunities to unite in order to preserve our One Biosphere for future generations.
Fortunately, our own human DNA provides the necessary environmental intelligence, tools and solutions.
Lets work together on our One Biosphere solutions.
Most importantly, lets respect each other and our heritage as a species.
In ecological terms, sustainability refers to how biological systems remain diverse and productive.
Self-sustaining, healthy wetlands and forests are examples of sustainable biological systems, absent human intervention. In legal terms, sustainability involves the survival of systems and processes through our laws, regulations and policies.
The fundamental principle for our environmental sustainability is sustainable development within our legal framework. This includes inter-connected disciplines involving ecology law, economics, politics, planning and culture.
Sustainability requires our understanding of sustainable development and environmental science.