PLANETARY PROJECT

Climate change, the threat of the imminent depletion of resources, natural and political cataclysms, wars, and the world economic crisis all lead to the conclusion that we are on the brink of catastrophe. However, we still have a last chance to survive and to preserve the world for ourselves and our descendants. We can do this by stopping conflicts and becoming sincere humanity.

The Planetary Project is a scientific theory and a practical programme of creating a new economic base for a polycentric world in which every country can take its place in the global division of labour and achieve a satisfactory level of life.

We propose a new world design based on a planetary code. This code is universal: it allows cultural diversity and unity in the way humans treat the planet.

It is possible to save the world only if we unite and start taking the right decisions based on reason, spirituality and compromise. If we do not begin this journey right now, it will soon become too late to do it.


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World Meteorological Day

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PLANETARY EVENTS

18/03/2019

Planet to Get Global and Fast Internet

A group of six satellites of a new communication system have been successfully launched into the Earth’s orbit from the Kourou Cosmodrome in French Guiana. This is the beginning of a project to create the satellite telecommunications system, OneWeb.

PROJECT NEWS

04/03/2019

Reclaiming the Future

A delegation of the Planetary Development Institute will take part in the 10th Asian Conference on the Arts and Humanities ACAH2019. Professor Aleksandr Bezgodov will present his vision of the impact of antiglobalism on the political and economic processes in society.
Europe Point, Gibraltar
Europe Point, Gibraltar

NEW PUBLICATIONS

02/04/2018

Unity of religions: certainly no confusion

All religions are equally valid ways of knowing God or truth. External differences between religions are only accidental, while their inner core lies in one thing - in the knowledge of the Divine or the Higher...
Planetary Project in Braga, Portugal

Blog

23/01/2019

The Shepherds of Being

Man is the crown of the Universe, created in the image and likeness of the highest perfection, to be commanded by Mother Nature. However, now another definition of man is more popular - an aggressive parasite that has flooded this beautiful planet. Both statements are indisputable and have already spawned quite a few scientifically grounded concepts, populist theories, and even programs of urgent measures and concrete actions. It is enough to recall famous scholarly works, elite club reports and resolutions of the international communities about the ‘golden billion’. It is mortally dangerous for the Earth to expand this privileged section the world’s population...

26/12/2018

To Whom to Entrust Managing the Planet

It is an impossible task for any single state to try and save the Earth for future generations alone. Over the recent decades, the existing international associations have not been effective in this domain either. All too often their activity has caused criticism for discrediting objective integration processes, among other things. The United Nations Organization, to which 193 governments have delegated their representatives, clearly needs serious modernization. Independent experts, while noting 70 years of UN contribution to maintaining the world order on the planet, highlight serious shortcomings in the organization’s work.

20/12/2018

G-20 & COP24 (Planetary Concerns)

Finally, the year 2018 is going to end. Last few months have been very eventful. Lots of Planetary Concerns which have been highlighted in our portal www.planetaryproject.com have been discussed in the G-20 summit and the COP24 in Poland recently in December this year. This year’s G-20 meeting was important because it preceded the COP24 climate change conference taking place in Katowice, Poland from 3 December, at which the “Work Program” or rule book of the 2015 Paris Agreement – when practically all countries signed up to a pledge to ensure global temperatures do not rise by more than 2 degrees before the end of this century – is expected to be agreed.