Recent research has shown that over 80% our youth feels depressed about their future, let down by their governments, even betrayed. This feeling needs to be transformed into a sense of positiveness, a “can make a difference” attitude. Governments need to step aside and provide space for a new mindset, a new direction, a new humanitarian and ecological focus. Our youth can take the lead in open up that space, take action, become the leading force of societal renewal and change of perspective from fatalism in to opportunity.
- Principles of Sustainocracy
- STIR Foundation
- Who is Jean-Paul Close?
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