Philosophy of Sustainable Development XXII Scientific Conference – November 22, 2018. – Conference Report

Paulina Legutko-Kobus

DOI: 10.21858/msr.28.10

Vol no: 28

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Sustainable development (SD), or the concept of social and economic development taking into account ecological aspects, has since the 1980s been recognized as a paradigm of both global and local development. One of the main assumptions of the ZR is the principle of intra- and intergenerational justice, assuming that the way of management (use of goods) takes into account the needs of all people living today, while not diminishing the opportunities (chances) to meet the needs of future generations (the often quoted motto of the ZR concept is the statement that we did not receive the Earth from our fathers, we borrowed it from our grandchildren).