We believe that we (people and institutions) share a set of five common basic values to sustain our human species for the future. These values are a shared responsibility on a daily basis, not something we can delegate every so many years. If we recognize ourselves in the core values we need to act accordingly. The wellness that is co-created can be shared with all people.
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Sustainocracy explained in a few slides
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