“Ecological, economic and social issues are closely linked and must be dealt with in a comprehensive manner. Our development model must evolve so that humanity continues to benefit from the environment on which it depends.
Preserving and sharing are the key words for a renewed vision of prosperity and a redefinition of progress which place as primary criteria the well-being and development of all men as well as respect for life in all its forms.
We must, as of now, initiate the ecological transition in order to move towards new models of society with the objective of preserving the commons (climate, biodiversity, functioning of ecosystems, fresh water, etc.) and sharing natural resources fairly. to ensure that all basic needs are met. These societies must be founded on a new democratic and economic framework integrating long-term challenges and placed at the service of human beings and biodiversity. It is about striving for more humane and sustainable societies. "