ISBN-13: 9781910886267 / Angielski / Miękka / 2016 / 188 str.
As the third millennium dawns, this world storms and changes unpredictably. Hence, it has become difficult to calculate what to expect on the morrow. Indeed, questions of recovery from innumerable crises (along with any possible rescue plan for humankind from adverse global conditions), are now paramount. After all, dangers such as rapid climate change, water scarcity, not to mention preventable food shortages, obviously shake social stability and economic sustainability on a planetary scale. At the same time, of course, as potential resource-based political conflicts appear on the horizon, various natural cataclysms, pure accidents, and negative environmental processes are increasing. All presenting humanity with unprecedented socio-environmental issues. Each one of which has (arguably), been generated through a deliberate refusal to apply "objective" economic principles, an active interest in wildlife conservation, or for that matter any employment of tried and tested managerial laws governing cyclical unfolding. So stated, these instances of adaptation emerged, first of all, in the consciousness of people: only thereafter configuring generally within world psychology. This is why every one of these problems demands a revival of spiritual and moral values. It is time, therefore, as every fair-minded observer can see, for our human race to bring order into its own house As such, this present megaproject is a scientific hypothesis for a better future for everyone. Yet, neither futurology, nor predictions, or imaginative visions, in themselves provide a full solution. Rather the emergence of a real conceptual strategy for humankind's survival in the XXI and further centuries is required. What is more, the rubrics behind the creation of a universal civilization are demanded: if, that is, a post-industrial world, founded on spirituality, scientific and technological innovation, ecology, space exploration and world safety, are to become realties. Undoubtedly, considering the fact 1.3 billion people are currently starving, special attention must be paid to food security. A topic already preoccupying a number of countries present day governments. However, only systematic and coordinated measures regarding the six basic components of security can actually provide the world with a steady life in its highly diverse domains. In which case, it is telling that these theoretical breakthrough-ideas have arisen in the epicentre of Eurasia. Territories wherein alternative options to those defended by the XXI century Western world can be clearly explored in a genuinely globalized context. With these arguments in mind, we seek to address laymen, as well as members of the UN, members of international public organizations, scientific centres, corporations and the mass media, along with anyone who is not indifferent to future human civilization.