December 22, 2018 Principles No Comments

There exists an obvious relationship between the diversity of natural systems (biodiversity) and the diversity, health and sustainability of human systems – cultural, social and economic. Social and economic capital is ultimately created from natural capital, and its protection should be recognised as a fundamental principle of sustainable development.

Whilst sustainable development also promotes interdependence and a sense of world citizenship, social and cultural diversity need not be a source of conflict. Rather, recognising the importance of diversity can help one to focus on humanity’s capacity to work together to meet the enormous environmental and social challenges facing it. We should learn to celebrate unity in diversity.

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Greetings, I'm Linus Wealth, the mind behind, an online encyclopedia dedicated to unraveling the intricate tapestry of the atmospheric environment. Passionate about fostering a sustainable future, my goal is to provide a comprehensive resource for individuals eager to understand and contribute to environmental sustainability. Through educational materials, insightful articles, and a commitment to spreading awareness, the site aims to empower readers with the knowledge needed to make informed choices that positively impact our planet. Join me on this journey to explore, learn, and contribute to the ongoing dialogue about environmental sustainability. Together, we can pave the way for a greener and more harmonious world. Instagram /