APA 6th Edition Devidé, Z. (1993). NO COMMON FUTURE. Socijalna ekologija, 2 (3), 353-356. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/139067
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Sažetak The author expresses his doubts on the concept of a "sustainable" development ("our common future" respectively) considering that:
1. The premisses of this concept are unsatisfactory defined and, first of all, not based on exact data about the present state of the fuman ecosystem. (E. g. food could be produced in the future in recent quantity per capita and at the same price only if: a) the fertile soil would be permanently preserved in the recent quantity and quality, b) the fuel would not become more expensive and remain available in sufficient quantities and c) the human population would not increase; as a matter of fact all this (a - c) does not occur.)
2. The accomplishment of the concept is dependend on factors that cannot easily - or not at all - be controlled. This causes growing delays, as the results of the World Summit in Rio de Janeiro (1992) have clearly proved.
3. The role of science is doubtlessly important. However the problems of the environment and development are not as much scientific problems as the problems of human moral. This is well expressed in the statement of bishop Casaldáliga: "The Third world must exist to make possible the existence of the First world".