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Journal: Economic Profile (Vol.14, No. 19)

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Page : 61-68

Keywords : Sustainable development; Eco-peace; Environment; Ecological Economics; Social welfare;

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In modern times, the struggle for the protection of the environment is as important as the struggle for humanity, for peace and coexistence. Only with the peaceful coexistence of countries can all the forces be used to solve the problems of preserving the natural environment. For any country, this problem is equally relevant to the common future of mankind.Eco-peace is directly linked to social ecology. This connection can be both simple and complex. It is easy when social welfare is high, in which case there is no collision. And if the one hundred curve reaches the lower critical limit, then dependency becomes difficult. In the 1990s, for example, in the event of total deprivation, the population was forced to cut down the forest for fuel, then it is in direct opposition to eco-crime, and when this resistance reaches the lower critical threshold, there is an absolute disintegration of the ecosystem, ecological crisis and an irreversible catastrophe. The socio-economic grounds for disturbing ecosystems can be both uncontrolled farming activities and intentional consumer attitudes toward the natural environment. Therefore, it should be emphasized once again that the struggle for peace, disarmament and economic stability is a key to maintaining peace. If the planet's nations will fight to ensure that irreversible turn created favorable shifts, which local and global scale, the real opportunity to set up that huge funds, which arms are being spent, spent on environmental improvement measures, as well as health, social and cultural programs, educational and other events, which will guarantee sustainable development. Their main characteristic will be the harmonization of equality between global and local, universal and ethnic. Ensuring sustainable development requires changing world economies and demographic policies. As well as reevaluating raw values, even refusing some of the existing rules of life. These demands are fueled by the ecological revolution, which stands firmly against its earlier agrarian and industrial revolutions and is seen as a major social factor in the history of mankind. At the same time, sustainable development, because of its universality, may itself become a regulatory mechanism between nations and states. Education for Sustainable Development aims at involving young people in the process of providing sustainable development goals and mechanisms for their fulfillment and developing a new society with a new vision, forming the next generation of informed and responsible people.

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