All basic needs required to feel healthy and safe must be made available to all in conjunction with universal human rights. The personal, labor and cultural rights of all should be respected, and all should be protected against any discrimination. Both personal and group targets should be attainable in a sustainable society.
Sustainability is undoubtedly a challenging long-term target. Establishing a sustainable world is not possible unless we rapidly adjust our production and consumption systems. There are many national, regional, and global standards in force to this end. These standards cover numerous goals from reduced carbon emissions to zero-waste policies.
While sustainability may at first appear to be an individual and corporate responsibility, it is, in fact, a key opportunity to boost production, export, and competitive power. To attain all sustainability targets, digitalization and green transformation are to be completed, and visionary business, production and export models are to be adopted.
Sustainability is often approached exclusively even though it encompasses numerous key related or sub-concepts. Values represented by these concepts are essential in attaining sustainability targets.