Our association with New York Times continues
8th January 2017: There has been a small announcement of Planetary Project and the first book written by Dr. Aleksandr Bezgodov in New York Times
We have lost a friend
Sergei Pozdnyakov, Ph.D. Biology, who cooperated with the Planetary Development Institute as an expert and consultant, passed away on 12 January 2017
Forming the Global World
A few days before the end of 2016, the proceedings of the International Conference, Modern Tendencies of Forming the Global Community were published. The Conference was held on 29 – 30 July 2016 by the Center of Strategic Research and Integration at Shota Rustavelli University in Batumi, Georgia.
PDI Office Opened in Dubai
At the end of December 2016, Planetary Development Institute opened its office in downtown Dubai
Merry Christmass and Happy New Year!
Our team wishes you a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year
Countering the threat of the globalization of Middle Eastern Terrorism. A Perspective from Russia and Israel
On December 14, 2016, the Valdai Discussion Club will present a report titled “Countering the Threat of the Globalization of Middle Eastern Terrorism. A Perspective from Russia and Israel”.
Italxit - vote for 5 Star Movement
We wake again to a Eurozone change, just like we woke up to Brexit. That very moment we thought about possible Italexit. So what was this referendum about?
Planetary Projectbook at upcoming book events of USA
The book by Dr Aleksandr Bezgodov will have a physical exposure to four prominent book events of USA where the book will be put right in front of academic and public librarians as well as faculty from colleges and universities.
Planetary Rent: A new book by PDI General Director Aleksandr Bezgodov
Prof. Aleksandr Bezgodov, General Director of the Planetary Development Institute, completed work on the manuscript of Planetary Rent: The Basis of Future Economy on November 22, 2016
Planetary Project meets the honorable Minister of Home Affairs State (India)
A discussion took place that various projects under the umbrella of Planetary project will be presented to him in November.
Frankfurt Book Fair
Our book was included in this year's International Show Book Exhibit - Frankfurt Book Fair Book Exhibit.
Planetary Project after BRICS in India
After nearly 20 odd days after finishing the BRICS summit, the Planetary Project is getting a great response for carrying out conferences/ seminars & presenations in India, to spread the message of managed harmony.
Heal the world
The relevance of the song "Heal the world" is so much actual today, as our hearts go out to all those people who are hit by terrorism, war, conflicts, violence created by hate speeches.
Planetary Project - AICTE (India)
New Delhi: The General Director of Planetary Project Dr Aleksandr Bezgodov met the Chairman of AICTE Anil Dattatraya Sahasrabudhe during the visit to New Delhi and GOA for BRICS summit 2016.
Qatar: Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al Thani passes away
Qatar to observe three days of mourning after the former emir, who ruled for more than 20 years, passes away at 84. Planetary project conveys its heartfelt condolences to the family and the nation.
Planetary Project @ BRICS (New Delhi & Goa)
Indian TV channels Aaj Tak and ZEE News carried a short story about Planetary Project.
Times of India: Model proposed for solving problems through global human unification
NEW DELHI: In his new book Aleksandr V Bezgodov reveals the urgent problems of the modern world.
Planetary Project in New Delhi
The team of Planetary Project was invited as chief guests in Rohini (New Delhi) for celebrating the Dussehra festival as a part of cultural exchange
New Delhi: Celebrating the Dussehra
The team of Planetary Project was invited as chief guests in Rohini (New Delhi) for celebrating the Dussehra festival as a part of cultural exchange.
New Delhi BRICS-2016
Team from Planetary Project with its partners in Water Technology ( Aquaeca and Saphire) are in New Delhi from 12-14 in BRICS-2016 exhibition in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
The 2016 BRICS summit
The summit will be held in Panaji, GOA in India, from 15th to 16th October 2016.
Planetary Project in The New York Times 
The advertisement of the monograph by Dr. Aleksandr Bezgodov is coming in The New York Times  in September - October 2016

International Show Book Exhibit
Our book was included in this year's International Show Book Exhibit
Eid al-Adha
G20 - a common platform to develop the idea of Planetary Project
The G20 brings together representatives of 85%of the world's GDP and 70% of its population.
Presentation in Shanghai
The faculty of history of East China Normal University August 28 held a special presentation of the Planetary Project

Planetary Project Manifest published in China
Shortly before the visit of the team of the Planetary Development Institute (PDI) to China, Dr. Aleksandr Bezgodov published his monograph "Planetary project, from sustainable development to managed harmony" in Chinese language

Planetary Project on MARGI-2016 Conference in China
Planetary Development Institute was the headliner of the second international conference organised by "Global illuminators " which took place on August 25th in Beijing
Planetary project flying to China

From 23rd to 29th August a team of the Planetary Development Institute (PDI, Dubai) is flying to China to take part in a number of landmark international events. 

New Look on Sustainable Development
The report "From Sustainable Development to Managed Harmony: a Paradigm Shift" presented by the Planetary Development Institute at Conference aroused great interest of representatives of the international scientific community
Planetary Project in Batumi
Planetary Development Institute took part in the conference held in Batumi State University 30 - July 31

Planetary Project in Georgia
At the end of next week, a Planetary Development Institute (PDI) management delegation will take part in the international conference, Modern Tendencies of Forming the Global Community
Planetary Project in E-Stores
Planetary Project: From Sustainable Development to Managed Harmony by Prof. Aleksandr Bezgodov, Doctor of Economics, who is the founder and Director of the Planetary Development Institute, is now available online from
Planetary project in Reader's Digest
As we had planned, the advertisement of the book "Planetary Project" was published in the May edition of the world famous literature guide
Planetary Project Video
As a part of the campaign to promote the monograph "Planetary Project: from sustainable development - to a managed Harmony" a new image video has been released

Guide to the "Planetary Project"
An English website ( devoted entirely to the monograph "Planetary project, from sustainable development to managed harmony" has been launched 
UN Global Road Safety Week
Initiated by the United Nations and the World Health Organisation in 2005
Paris Climate Agreement to Be Signed
The signing ceremony of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change will take place on International Mother Earth Day
Planetary Project in Reader's Digest
The advertisement of the monograph by Dr. Aleksandr Bezgodov is coming in Reader's Digest in May 2016

About Planetary project: radio interview by Stu Taylor
Audio recording of the interview, which took place on 5th April by American journalist Stu Taylor is now available on our website.
Live with Stu Taylor
Live interview took place with Stu Taylor on April 5 and was dedicated to the activities of the Planetary Project. Link of this live interview coming up on our web-site soon.    
First Review of the Monograph, Planetary Project: From Sustainable Development to Managed Harmony
The review of the Planetary Project manifesto can be found on BlueInk Review, which provides professional reviews of independently published books.
Press release of "Planetary Project" monography
Press release on the publication of the book "The Planetary Project, from sustainable development to managed harmony" was placed in a variety of media sources around the world.
The application is not for the biggest marine reserve
In October, New Zealand presented plans to build in the South Pacific marine reserve size of France
The rise of the Titans
Although the year started with a sharp drop in temperatures, it seems that the geo-political and financial temperatures are not going to fall anytime in near future. Yesterday we had the following points made very clear by the U.K. Administration:
1. Britain will not seek to remain a member of Europe single market.
2. The legal jurisdiction in Britain of the European Court of Justice will end.
3. But it will seek a free-trade deal with the European Union
4. Both houses of Parliament must approve any final deal.
That's the Brexit for you!!!
Can we try to think of Managed harmony with the concept of "Mutual respect"?
Tolerance is a western concept; Mutual respect is the "Eastern" concept. Can we try to think of Managed harmony with the concept of "Mutual respect"? This is at such a time when the word "Tolerance" is losing its meaning in the western world. Migrants, guests, aliens and many other people from Eastern Europe are already a big irritation factor in the west. So what is better for the concept of managed harmony. Mutual respect or tolerance?
Social Degradation in the Context of Economy of Rent- and Resource-based Colonialism
The social sphere, culture and education hardly ever draw investments or become the focus of government care in the so-called “pipeline economy”, or to use a better term, in the economy of rent- and resource-based colonialism.
Primakov readings - Planetary Project Outlook
On November 30, Vladimir Putin attended the Primakov Readings International Forum, which were held to study the academic and political legacy of Yevgeny Primakov. The agenda included speeches by Russian and foreign politicians, academics and public figures who knew Mr Primakov.
Heal the world

The relevance of the song "Heal the world" is so much actual today, as our hearts go out to all those people who are hit by terrorism, war, conflicts, violence created by hate speeches.

Today is the time for Managed Harmony. All technologies, all our progress will fail incase we are unable to create an atmosphere of harmony and make this "World a better place to live"

New face of Asia
So far, 60 countries including the world's top two polluters - China and USA - have ratified the Agreement which was adopted by 195 countries in Paris last December. While China and USA had ratified it on September 3, as many as 31 countries had formally joined the Agreement through formal ratification or acceptance at a special event, hosted by the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in New York, on September 21.
Paradigm shift to new global power and a NEW WORLD ORDER?
BREXIT, world economy, terrorism were some of the main issues discussed during the G-20 summit in China which finished on 5th September 2016. But a clear shift in world power center was visible during the meet.
From Sustainable Development To Managed Harmony: A Paradigm Shift
Despite its theoretical solidity and international recognition, the concept of sustainable development has run into fundamental implementation issues. Internal contradictions are revealed both in its ideological-methodological frame.
BREXIT-a reality! Be ready for a new Europe and a new World.

Whole night the referendum kept us all awake. By evening the Pound Sterling started falling when the people lined up to exchange the Pound Sterling into Euros.

As a result the Pound Sterling landed to a 31 year low.

But more worse was the early morning news. 52% nearly pointing to BREXIT.

What will follow ? Next! - FREXIT, GERXIT ??

Intellectual Vector of World Economic Development

The world economy is largely a euphemism that masks the basic problem of the global world which consists of markedly uneven markets, social and technological disparities in national economies’ development levels, capital-output ratios and competitiveness. In its direct sense, the concept of the world economy is justified only to the extent that global trade and global logistics exist, which in turn are limited by a number of economically subjective factors.

Global warming
Global warming is one of the most significant and difficult issues facing the world today. Melting down of glaciers can have such an adverse effect on the global water level that in coming years, it can be the reason of biggest catastrophe . 2016 summit in Paris about climate change however does not answer the reasons of such climatic adversities. It certainly did highlight the fact that now the developing nations need to pay for all the crimes done by the developed nations.  
Meaning and Basis of Planetary Integration
At the beginning of the 21st century, people feel united as never before but also, paradoxically, they feel disunited at the same time! Having found ourselves on the brink of self-destruction, we perceive with a varying degree of conscious awareness the need to unite in the face of unseen threats. At the same time, we are divided by serious disagreements based on divergent interests, values and ambitions.
UN Transformation Concept
Many political scientists, economists, experts and analysts of modern international social processes have long argued that despite its continuous activity and sessions, the United Nations can hardly be said to fulfil its charter functions in full. They blame it on the UN outdated structure, inadequate decision making and decision enforcing mechanisms, and insufficient resources.
The concept of anthropo-socio-ecology and modern urban information environment ecologising
The modern world faces the threat of a global environmental catastrophe from two causes. Firstly, from the consumer society economic system whose exploitative nature is characterised by industrial technologies, which are hazardous and inefficient from the point of view of resource management.   
Global Economic Outlook for Globe, Russia and Saudi Arabia (Reflection on oil & gas sector) 2017
Russia - oil accounts for some 13% of Russia’s GDP and a considerable larger share of its exports. There are many predictions of how oil prices will develop in future but one thing is relatively widely agreed upon: the oil price won’t bounce back above 100 USD per barrel in the near future. It is also almost as widely agreed that 2016 will mark the low-point of prices. For example The World Bank expects oil price to recover to 48 USD by 2017. Saudi Arabia - The deficit shrank to 297 billion riyals ($79 billion) in 2016. That was well below a record 367 billion gap in 2015, and below the government
Dubai Business Bay at night
Evening at the waterfront in Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE
Merry Christmas!
Dubai in December: views of the Dubai Marina and Jumeirah Beach Residence
Karelian winter
The Bund in Shanghai
Tiananmen Square in Beijing
Batumi Sea Port
Sculpture "Love" in Batumi
Shota Rustaveli State University
Batumi State University
Bamboo forest
Mountainous Adjara, Georgia
International Flowers Day
Portugal Day
World Oceans Day
World Environment Day
Karelian lake
Mother Earth Day
Spring in Dubai. Author: Konstantin Barezhev
February in the north of Karelia. Author: Tatyana Shelina
Mountain Altai. Author: Elena Kozlova
New Year
Dubai, Palm Jumairah
Robert Burns Day
Celebrated as a National Holiday in Scotland
World Snow Day
Observed since 2012
Man set foot on Antarctica for the first time
This happened in 1895
Francis Bacon’s Birthday
Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Alban PC KC (22 January 1561 – 9 April 1626) was an English philosopher, statesman, scientist, jurist, orator, and author
International Hugging Day
Was established in the USA in 1986
Declaration of the Permanent Neutrality of Belgium
Announced in 1831
Javier P?rez de Cu?llar’s Birthday
Javier Felipe Ricardo P?rez de Cu?llar y de la Guerra, a Peruvian diplomat, was the fifth Secretary-General of the United Nations
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Observed as US national holiday since 2000
World Religion Day
This UN-sponsored awareness day has been celebrated since 1950
National Religious Freedom Day in the USA
It commemorates the Virginia General Assembly’s adoption of Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom in 1786
Day of International Recognition of Croatia
On this day, twelve European Union countries officially recognised the Republic of Croatia in 1992
Pyotr Semenov-Tyan-Shansky’s birthday
Pyotr Semenov (1827 – 1914), a great Russian geographer, was the head of the Russian Geographical Society
Lorhi, a Punjabi festival
During this holiday, people burn bonfires as a symbol of a passing harsh winter in Northern India
The day the Royal Astronomical Society was established
Sir John Frederick William Herschel and other prominent astronomers were behind the creation of the society in 1820
International Thank you Day
Gratitude is very important as part of the life of an individual and society
Established the League of Nations
The first international organisation was created in 1920
The Republika Srpska Day

On this day the Republika Srpska or the Serb Republic was proclaimed as part of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1992

Proof of Earth’s rotation

In 1851, physicist Jean Bernard L?on Foucault proved that the Earth rotates

Orthodox Christmas

One of the most important Christian holidays and a public holiday in over one hundred countries

Christmas Eve

Observed by Eastern Christians

Konrad Adenauer’s Birthday

Konrad Hermann Joseph Adenauer  (1876 – 1967) served as the first post-war Chancellor of Germany (West Germany) from 1949 to 1963

Newton’s Day

Celebrated the heritage of the great physicist Isaac Newton

Launch of the interplanetary station Luna 1

Took place in the Soviet Union in 1959 

NY 2016
Rudyard Kipling’s Birthday
Mongolian Independence Day
International Cinema Day
Creation of the International Monetary Fund
Slovenia Independence Day
James Prescott Joule’s Birthday
First sound wireless transmission
Canadian and American inventor of early radio Reginald Aubrey Fessenden performed the first ever sound wireless transmission on 22 December 1900. Fessenden’s heritage includes three radio achievements: the first transmission of sound over radio (1900), th
First Manned Space Flight around the Moon
International Human Solidarity Day
International Day of Helping the Poor
UN Arabic Language Day
Ludwig van Beethoven’s Birthday
Arthur C Clarke’s Birthday
Day of creating UNEP
Nikolay Basov’s Birthday
Werner von Siemens’s Birthday
Kenya Independence Day
International Day of Mountains
Human Rights Day
Human Rights Day was officially established on 10 December 1950 by a Plenary Session of the UN General Assemblyм
International Anti-Corruption Day
International Anti-Corruption Day was proclaimed on 8 December 2003 when the UN Anti-Corruption Convention was signed
The day the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) was signed between the USSR and the USA
On 8 December 1987, the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev and the American President Ronald Reagan signed the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty
International Civil Aviation Day
In 1996, the UN General Assembly proclaimed 7 December to be International Civil Aviation Day
Finland Independence Day
The first time the day was celebrated was 6 December 1917 following the Finnish Parliament adopting the Declaration
International Volunteer Day
Volunteers are people who spend their free time for the good of society
International No Pesticides Use Day
International No Pesticides Use Day was established on 3 December to commemorate an environmental accident at a Pesticide Factory in Bhopal, India in 1984
International Day for the Abolishing of Slavery
International Day for the Abolishing of Slavery is celebrated annually on 2 December
World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day was declared by the World Health Organisation in 1988
World Pet Day
World Pet Day has been celebrated since 30 November 1931
John Fleming’s Birthday
John Fleming (29.11.1849 – 18.04.1945) was a British scientist who invented the first electronic lamp.
Albanian Independence Day
Albania signed the Declaration of Independence from the Ottoman Empire on 28 November 1912. 
World Anti Shopping Day
World Anti Shopping Day is meant to remind people of the dangers of excessive consumption. 
International Information Day
International Information Day was established in 1994 by the International Informatics Academy, which has a consultative status in the UN Economic and Social Councils and by the World Informatics Parliament
International Day of the Elimination of Violence against Women
The UN suggested that governments, international organisations and NGOs carry out activities raising public awareness of this problem. 
Walrus Day
The World Wildlife Foundation and Marine Mammal Council made 24 November Walrus Day in 2008. 
Vladislav Volkov’s Birthday
Vladislave Volkov (23.11.1935 – 30.06.1971) was a Soviet cosmonaut twice decorated as Hero of the Soviet Union.
Lebanon’s Independence Day
This holiday marks the liberation of the country from the French mandate of over 23 years
World Television Day
The UN General Assembly made 21 November 1998 World Television Day to honour the anniversary of the first World Television Forum in 1996. 
International Children’s Day
The UN General Assembly proposed International Children’s Day as a way of strengthening international co-operation.
International Anti-Smoking Day
International Anti-Smoking Day is celebrated annually on 19 November and the American Cancer Society proclaimed it in 1977. 
Latvian Independence Day
Latvia, a country in Northern Europe, received its independence from the Russian Empire on 18 November 1918. 
International Students’ Day
The World Student Congress, which took place in Prague in 1946, made 17 November International Students’ Day.
Creation of UNESCO
UNESCO is a specialised UN agency responsible for education, science and culture.
World Recycling Day
World Recycling Day, celebrated on 15 November, dates back to 1997. 
World Diabetes Day
The International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization established World Diabetes Day in 1991 in response to a world diabetes epidemic. 
International Day of the Blind
The main goal of the Day is to raise public awareness of those who have lost their eyesight permanently and found themselves in a difficult situation in life.
World Quality Day
Its goal is to highlight the importance of achieving high quality of products and services as well as to promote activities that draw public attention to the problem of quality.
Energy Saving Day
Its main goal is to raise government and public awareness of the need to use natural resources in an efficient way and develop alternative energy.
World Science Day
It was established by UNESCO in 2001 and was fist celebrated in 2002.
International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism
International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism has been established on 9 November by the International Network Against Racism, including over 560 organisations from 46 countries.
Discovery of X-rays
The German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen was surprised to discover that there were “all-penetrating” rays, which he called X-rays, on 8 November 1895.
Men’s World Day
Men’s World Day was initiated by the first Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev 
International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflicts
Besides human suffering, war causes the destruction of the environment.
Opening of the world’s first Metro
The Metropolitan Railway, the world's first electric underground railway, opened on 4 November 1880 in London, UK. 
Panama Independence Day
This date is a national holiday referred to as Independence Day from Colombia and Separation Day.
George Boole’s birthday
George Boole (02.11.1815 – 08.12.1864) was an English logician and mathematician who developed mathematical logic.
European Union Foundation Day
The European Union is an economic and political association of 28 European countries aimed at regional integration.
World Savings Day
World Savings Day is celebrated every year on 31 October in commemoration of the 1st International Savings Bank Congress
Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Political Repressions
It has been commemorated on 30 October since it was adopted by the Russian Federation Parliament, the Supreme Soviet, on 18 October 1991
World Stroke Day
It was established by the World Stroke Organization (WSO) in 2006 to call for urgent action to stop this disease worldwide
International Animation Day
International Animation Day was proclaimed by the French chapter of the International Animated Film Association (ASIFA) in 2002 to commemorate the 110th anniversary of the first public presentation of animation technology
World Day for Audiovisual Heritage
These artefacts include films, radio and TV programmes, and audio and video recordings
International School Library Day
International School Library Day was initiated by UNESCO and has been celebrated in many countries of the world on the fourth Monday of October since 1999
Evariste Galois’s birthday
Evariste Galois (25.10.1811 – 31.05.1832) was a prominent French mathematician who founded higher algebra
Creation of the United Nations Organisation
United Nations Day raises awareness about the goals and achievements of the United Nations to invite public support for its activities
Felix Bloch’s birthday
Felix Bloch (23.10.1905 – 10.09.1983) was a Swiss physicist who won a Nobel Prize in his field
World Paper Free Day
Let’s learn how to use paper rationally! is the motto of the international paper free campaign that takes place every fourth Thursday of October worldwide
Alfred Nobel’s birthday
Alfred Nobel (21.10.1833 – 10.12.1896) was a Swedish chemist, engineer, the inventor of dynamite, and the founder of a charity foundation and the Nobel Prize
World Statistics Day
World Statistics Day was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 2010
Discovery of streptomycin
Streptomycin was first isolated on October 19, 1943, by Albert Schatz and Selman Abraham Waksman
Azerbaijan Independence Day
Azerbaijan celebrated its first Independence Day on 18 October 1991
International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
The observance of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is intrinsically linked to the date of 17 October 1987
World Food Day
It was established in 1979 at a Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) conference of the United Nations
Michel Foucault’s birthday
Michel Foucault (15.10.1926 – 25.06.1984) was a French philosopher, cultural theory scholar, historian and one of the founders of structuralism
International Standards Day
The day honours the efforts of the thousands of experts who develop voluntary standards within standards development organizations
International Day for Disaster Reduction
Its goal is to raise public awareness of disaster risk management
Equatorial Guinea Independence Day
Equatorial Guinea received independence from Spain on 12 October 1968
International Day of the Girl Child
The goal of the day is to raise public awareness of gender-related social problems and inequality that girls experience around the world
Fridtjof Nansen’s birthday
Fridtjof Nansen (10.10.1861 – 13.05.1930) was a Norwegian explorer, oceanographer, social activist, and Nobel Prize laureate
World Post Day
The purpose of World Post Day is to create awareness of the role of the postal sector in people’s and businesses’ everyday lives, and its contribution to the social and economic development of countries
World Sight Day
Established by the World Health Organisation (WHO), this day raises public awareness of blindness, sight disorders and the treatment of people with impaired vision
Niels Bohr’s birthday
Niels Bohr (07.10.1885 – 18.11.1962) was a Danish physicist, a Nobel Prize Winner, who discovered isotopes and developed the quantum theory of the hydrogen atom
Thor Heyerdahl’s birthday
Thor Heyerdahl (06.10.1914 – 18.04.2002) was a Norwegian explorer, ethnographer and archaeologist
World Teachers’ Day
This day is meant to draw public attention to the place of teachers in society, their role in education and development
World Animal Day
This awareness day is devoted to raise public awareness about the need to protect the environment and animals
Day of German Unity
The official unification of the German Democratic Republic (FDR) and the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) took place on 3 October 1990
International Day of Non-Violence
2 October was chosen because Mahatma Gandhi, the founder of the philosophy of non-violence, was born that day
International Day of Older Persons
In 1990, the UN General Assembly made 1 October the International Day of Older Persons
International Translator’s Day
World Heart Day
World Rabies Day
World Tourism Day
World Contraception Day
First blood transfusion operation
World Maritime Day
Korban Bairam
Mali Independence Day
Mali, a country in West Africa, received independence by announcing on 22 September 1960 that it left the French Commonwealth. Currently, it is a republic.
International Day of Peace
First Cannes Film Festival
Masatoshi Koshiba’s birthday
Japanese physicist Masatoshi Koshiba received a Nobel Prize in physics in 2002 for developing neutrino astronomy.
World Water Monitoring Day
World Water Monitoring Day was established in 2003 by America's Clean Water Foundation.
Konstantin Tsiolkovsky’s birthday
International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer
International Day of Democracy
Alexander von Humboldt’s birthday
Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People
Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People was passed by the UN General Assembly on 13 September 2007.
United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation
Establishment of the Fund for Wild Nature
The Fund for Wild Nature was established on 11 September 1961.
World Suicide Prevention Day
Leo Tolstoy’s birthday
Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy (09.09.1828 – 20.11.1910) was a great Russian writer, humanist philosopher, publicist and religious thinker. He influenced literature and philosophy worldwide.
International Literacy Day
Brazil Independence Day
Swaziland Independence Day
Creation of Benelux
Founding of Google
Christian Ludwig Nitzsch’s birthday
Vietnam Independence Day
Start of World War II
Blog Day
The idea of celebrating the Day of Blog appeared in 2005
Birthday of Ernest Rutherford
Ernest Rutherford (1871 – 1937), father of nuclear physics
International Day against Nuclear Tests
Was established in 2009
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Birthday
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 – 1832) was a great German writer and thinker
Independence of the Republic of Moldova
Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Moldova was adopted in 1991
Women's Equality Day
First celebrated in 1970
Birthday of Jorge Luis Borges
Jorge Luis Borges (1899 – 1986), an outstanding Argentine writer
International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition
Slave trade is one of the darkest chapters in human history
Birthday of Ray Bradbury
Ray Bradbury (1920 – 2012), an American writer and humanist
World Animal Day
Established in 1992
World Photography Day
Established in 2009
The foundation of Russian Geographical Society
Founded in 1845
Pierre de Fermat's Birthday
Pierre de Fermat (1601 – 1665) was a French mathematician, number theory inventor
Foundation of the International Academy of Astronautics
The Academy's beginning was led by Theodore von K?rm?n
Independence Day of India
Celebrated since 1947
International Lefthanders Day
First celebrated in 1992
International Youth Day
Designated by the United Nations in 1998
Ecuador's Independence Day
Celebrated since 1809
The International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples
It was first pronounced by the General Assembly of the United Nations in December 1994
National Cat Day
National Cat Day was created in 2002
International Physicians for Peace
The day of this international organization is celebrated since 1980.
Anniversary of First Electric Traffic Signal System
Celebrated in honor of the events that took place in 1914
Birthday of Knut Hamsun
Knut Hamsun (1859 – 1952) Norwegian author, Nobel Prize Winner
Foundation of The World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA)
WFUNA was created in 1946 in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Emancipation Day in Jamaica
Celebrated since 1962
International Day of Friendship
Initiated by the United Nations in 2011
International Tiger Day
Established in 2010
World Hepatitis Day
Observed under the auspices of the World Health Organisation since 2011
Esperanto Day
The first textbook of this artificial language was published in 1887
Tunisia Republic Day
Monarchy was officially abolished in Tunisia in 1957
Simon Bolivar’s Birthday
Sim?n Jos? Antonio de la Sant?sima Trinidad Bol?var y Palacios (1783 – 1830) – was a national hero of Venezuela
World Whale and Dolphin Day
Declared in 1986
Gregor Mendel’s Birthday
Gregor Johann Mendel (1822 – 1884) was the father of the modern science of genetics
Belgian National Day
Observed since 1890
International Chess Day
Celebrated since 1966
Herbert Marcuse’s Birthday
Herbert Marcuse (1898 – 1979) was a German philosopher and sociologist
Nelson Mandela International Day
Declared by the United Nations in 2009
Children’s Day in Panama
One of the favorite family holidays in the country
First Nuclear Explosion
Took place in 1945 near Los Alamos, New Mexico
The Apollo-Soyuz Mission
Became the first joint space mission of the USA and the USSR
Bastille Day
Observed since 1880
Montenegro Independence Day
Became a public holiday in 2004
Fjord Day
Observed in Scandinavian countries from 12 - 14 July
World Population Day
Established by the United Nations in 1989
Nikola Tesla’s Birthday
Nikola Tesla (1856 – 1943) was an American inventor
Independence Day in Argentina
Traces its history to 1816
Friedrich Perls’ Birthday
Friedrich (Frederick) Salomon Perls (1893 – 1970) was a German psychiatrist who founded gestalt therapy
Uraza Bayram
Follows the holy month of Ramadan
World Kissing Day
First celebrated in Britain
The Tunguska event
Occurred in Central Siberia
Signing of the Treaty of Versailles
Official end of World War I
Go Fishing Day
Observed since 1985
International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
Established in 1987
Day of the Seafarer
Observed since 2010
Festival of Inti Raymi in Peru
The original festival was a religious ceremony celebrating the Inca god Inti
International Olympic Day
Observed to commemorate the birth of the modern Olympic Games
Wilhelm von Humboldt’s Birthday
Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Karl Ferdinand von Humboldt (1767 – 1835) was a German philologist and philosopher
National Aboriginal Day in Canada
Established in 1996
World Refugee Day
Proclaimed by the UN in 2000
Emancipation Day in the United States
Also known as Freedom Day
World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought
Proclaimed in 1995
International Day of the African Child
Observed since 1991
Global Wind Day
Acquired an international status in 2009
World Blood Donor Day
Observed since 2005
Maxwell’s Birthday
James Maxwell (1831 – 1879) was a British physicist who developed the theory of aerodynamics
Day of Russia
Became a public holiday in 1994
Cousteau’s Birthday
Jacque-Yves Cousteau (1910 – 1997) was a French oceanographer and explorer
Day of Portugal
Established in 1580
International Friends Day
Friendship is a universally accepted human value
World Oceans Day
Adopted by the UN in 1992
Thomas Mann’s Birthday
Thomas Mann (1875 – 1955) was a German writer, awarded a Nobel Prize in literature
World Environment Day
Proclaimed by the Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment in 1972
The International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression
Proclaimed in 1982
Day of the formal Declaration of Independence in Montenegro
Montenegro decided to leave the Yugoslav Republic in 2006
Festival of the Republic or the Republic Day of Italy
Monarchy was abolished in Italy in 1946
International Day for Protection of Children
Established in 1925
World No Tobacco Day
Created by the World Health Organisation in 1988
Peru's National Potato Day
Established in 2005
International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers
Celebrated since 2002
Republic Day in Azerbaijan
Established since 1992
Cockcroft's birthday
John Cockcroft (1897 – 1967) was a British physicist, nobelist
Georgia Independence Day
Official holiday since 1991
World Thyroid Day
Celebrated since 2009
European Day of Parks
Launched in 1999
World Turtle Day
Celebrated yearly since 2000
World Biodiversity Day
Celebrated since 2001
Montenegro's Independence Day
Celebrated since 2007
World Metrology Day
Metrology is the science of measurement
International Museum Day (IMD)
In calendar since 1977
World Information Society Day
Was proclaimed by a UN General Assembly resolution in 2007
National Biographer’s Day
Commemorates the meeting of Samuel Johnson and James Boswell
International Day of Climate
Saving the climate is the Global Issue
World Fair Trade Day
Celebrated annually on the second Saturday in May
Ronald Ross’s birthday
Ronald Ross (1857 – 1932) - Indian medical doctor, nobelist
International Nurses Day (IND)
IND is celebrated around the world on 12 May of each year since 1974
The 69th annual Cannes Film Festival
The first Cannes Film Festival opened in 1946
Discovery of the Cayman Islands
Christopher Columbus discovered the Cayman Islands in 1503
Victory Day
Victory Day is celebrated in Russia and many European countries
World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day
World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day was established in honor of the Swiss humanist Jean Henri Dunant
Tagore’s birthday
Rabindranath Tagore (1861 – 1941) Indian writer and activist, Nobelist
Freud’s birthday
Sigmund Freud (1856 – 1939) - Austrian neurologist and the father of psychoanalysis
Europe Day
The Council of Europe was founded in 1949
Thomas Huxley’s birthday
Thomas Henry Huxley (1825 – 1895) English zoologist, paleontologist
World Press Freedom Day
Proclaimed by the UN General Assembly in 1993
Labor Day
Today this holiday is celebrated in 142 countries and territories of the world
International Jazz Day

Established in 2011

World Dance Day

Initiated by UNESCO in 1982

World Day for Safety and Health at Work

Observed since 2003

World Intellectual Property Day

Observed since 2001

International DNA Day

DNA carries our genetic information

World Day For Animals In Laboratories

Established in 1979 

English Language Day

Established by the UN in 2010 

International Mother Earth Day

Established by the UN in 2009

The day of the founding of Rome

This ancient city was founded in 753 B.C.

Chinese Language Day

Established by the United Nations in 2010

Ricardo’s birthday

David Ricardo (1772 – 1823) was a great English economist

Zimbabwe Independence Day

The county’s main public holiday has been observed since 1980

World Hemophilia Day

Observed since 1989

Anatole France’s birthday

Anatole France (1844 – 1924) was a French Nobel Award-winning author

World Day of Culture
Observed since 1998
Volvo official introduction day
The first mass produced Volvo left the factory in 1927
World Rock-n-Roll Day
Celebrated by people who have made rock-n-roll the style of their life
World Aviation and Astronautics Day
Dedicated to the first space flight of man in 1961
The World Labour Organisation created
Established as an agency of the League of Nations in 1919
International Day of the Resistance Movement
Dedicated to those who fought against fascism between 1939 and 1945
Paul Robeson’s Birthday
Paul Leroy Robeson (1989 - 1976) was an American singer, actor and human rights activist
International Romani Day
Established in 1971
World Health Day
Traditionally observed since 1950
International Sports Day
Established in 2013
Discovery of Easter Island

Took place in 1722

International Internet Day

Celebrated on the day of death of St Isidore of Seville

Brahms’ Birthday

Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897) was a great German composer, pianist and conductor.

International Children’s Book Day

Initiated in 1967 by the International Board of Books for Young People.

International Migratory Bird Day

This international environmental awareness day was first celebrated in the USA in 1894.

Van Gogh’s birthday
Vincent Van Gogh (1853 – 1890) – a Dutch post-Impressionist artist
Coca-Cola Day
The recipe of the most popular drink in the world was developed in 1886.
Easter Monday of western European Christians
Observed in memory of the first day of resurrected Jesus Christ
World Theatre Day
Initiated in 1961 by the International Theatre Institute (ITI)
International Epilepsy Day
Also known as the Purple Day
Greek Independence Day
A major national holiday in Greece
World Tuberculosis Day
Initiated by the World Health Organisation
World Meteorological Day
Observed under the auspices of the United Nations World Meteorological Organization 
World Water Day
This day was first formally proposed in Agenda 21 of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro.
International Day of Forests
In November 1971, the "States members" at the 16th session of the Conference of the Food and Agriculture Organization, voted to establish "World Forestry Day" on March 21 of each year.
International Happiness Day

UN-initiated awareness day has been observed since 2012

Earth Hour

A worldwide movement for the planet organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

World Sleep Day

First observed in 2008

Unification of Italy

The process of unifying Italy’s southern and northern lands into a single state was completed in 1861

Georg Simon Ohm’s birthdаy

Georg Simon Ohm (1787 – 1854) was a German physicist and mathematician who invented electric current

International Day of Action for the Seals

International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) sponsors the event

International Day of Action for Rivers

Formerly known as the International Day against Dams, for Rivers, Water, and Life

Thai National Elephant Day

For centuries, both common Thais and royalty have treated elephants as a symbol of deity

Vernadsky’s Birthday

Vladimir Vernadsky (1863 – 1954) was a Russian naturalist, philosopher and public figure

The Act of Reinstating Independence of Lithuania

The country’s main public holiday

First book is printed in Russian

Took place in Moscow in 1564

International Disc Jockey Day

Charity events held since 2002 on behalf of the international club industry

International Women’s Day

The United Nations officially recognized this holiday in 1975

Discovery of the South Pole

Announced by Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen in 1912

International Dentist Day

The date is traced back to an important invention in dentistry

The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

Entered into force in 1970

Vivaldi’s Birthday

Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741) was a great Italian composer, violinist and conductor

World Wildlife Day

Launched by the UN in 2013

Birthday of the Compact Disc

CD was first demonstrated on this day in 1983 in the UK

World Civil Defence Day

Observed since 1990

International Rare Diseases Day

Initiated by the European Organization for Rare Diseases (EURORDI)

Kalevala Day

Kalevala is epic poetry from Karelian and Finnish oral folklore and mytholo

International Polar Bear Day

Between 20 and 25 thousand polar bears are estimated to live in the world today

The National Day of Kuwait

Initiated to commemorate Kuwait’s independence of 1961

Estonian Independence Day

Main national holiday commemorating the Declaration of Independence adopted in Tallinn in 1918

The first session of the European Court of Human Rights

Opened in Strasburg in 1959

International Day in Support of Victims of Crime

Observed since 1990

International Mother Language Day

Proclaimed by the 1999 General Conference of UNESCO

World Day of Social Justice

Initiated by the UN in 2009

The World Day of Sea Mammals Protection

It is also referred to as World Whale Day

Discovery of Pluto

Took place in 1930

Random Acts of Kindness Day

A recent charity initiative

The Kyoto Protocol came into force

This happened in 2005

International Childhood Cancer Day

Launched in 2001

St Valentine’s Day

Another name of this day is All Lovers Day

World Radio Day

Initiated by UNESCO in 2011

Start of the first automobile race around the world

Took place in New York in 1908

World Day of the Sick

Pope John Paul II initiated the day in 1992

Boris Pasternak’s Birthday

Boris Pasternak (1890 – 1960) was a Russian poet and writer, who received a Nobel Prize in Literature.

International Dentist Day

Observed as the feast of Saint Apollonia


Buddhist New Year

Discovery of the Solomon Islands

Took place in 1568

Sami National Day

Sami are a Northern European indigenous Finno-Ugric nation

Andr?-Gustave Citro?n’s Birthday

Andr?-Gustave Citro?n (1878 - 1935) was a French industrialist who founded the Citro?n Company

World Cancer Day

Observed since 2005

First landing on the Moon

In 1966, the Soviet Moon exploration Luna 9 rover made the first landing on the Moon   

Alfred Edmund Brehm’s Birthday

Alfred Edmund Brehm (1829 – 1884) was a zoologist, explorer, writer and natural scientist

National Freedom Day in the USA

Officially observed since 1948

First printed book in Arabic
Published in Istanbul in 1729
World Leprosy Day
Declared in 1953
Day of Mobilization against the Threat of Nuclear War
Celebrate to commemorate the Delhi Declaration of 1985
International Personal Data Protection Day
Celebrated since 2006 when it was approved by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe
International Holocaust Remembrance Day
Observed since 2005
Australia Day
Marks the beginning of European settlement of the Green Continent
New Year’s Day

Celebrated all over the world on the night of 31 December to 1 January

Day of the Republic Srpska
On this day in 1992 proclaimed Republika Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Konstantin Barezhev
Konstantin Barezhev is the co-author of the Planetary Project, and Deputy Director for Research of the Planetary Development Institute.
Aleksandr Bezgodov
Aleksandr Bezgodov is the mastermind of the Planetary Project, the author of the Concept of Managed Harmony, and the founder and General Director of the Institute of Planetary Development.
Abhishek Singh
Abhishek Singh is the Executive Director of the Planetary Project Institute (Dubai).
Vadim Golubev
Vadim Golubev is a staff member of the Planetary Project, Head of the Information Monitoring Department of the Planetary Development Institute.
Peter Pei
Peter Pei was born in China on 24th May, 1982. In 2005, he graduated from Huazhong University of Science and Technology with a degree in law and then started his career as a marketing professional in Midea Group, which is the second largest home appliance company in China between 2005-2007.
Peter Ellis
Peter was born in 1949 in Bristol, England; and graduated in civil engineering with economics from Dundee University, Scotland. He is a senior project management consultant with 37 years of experience in the construction industry.
Satyen Yaadav
Having a Doctorate Degree in Botany from India with 10 years plus experience in Research followed by 25 years plus experience of Agribusiness and food in India and abroad with more than 70 publications in International journals and having delivered over 200 lectures in India and abroad addressing various issue related to agribusiness research and development and technological innovations
Samir Abazid
Iaponira Reis
Business Development Director Brazil and South America Region Born in Brazil on November 1985, Iaponira Reis has received her first degree on Economics science on 2006 from the State University of Bahia.
Rejoice Siziwe Twala
Commissioner of Oaths, International Facilitator, Import/ Export Expert, Assessor & Business Counselor
Andrei Boitsov
His research interests include social system modeling, government and business relations, and identifying business environment trends in the Russian North-West region.
Grigory Tulchinsky
Majoring in logic, he received his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from Leningrad State University.
Alexey Parfenov
From 2000, works in the field of information technology and marketing. In 2004, graduated from the St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finances, Department of the Finance and Credit and International Economic Relations. From 2005, heads a team specializing in the development of high-load information systems. Managed the design of the IT infrastructure for the world handball championship, the world short track championship and other international sporting events held in St. Petersburg.
Lyudmila Danilenko
Lyudmila Nikolaevna Danilenko is a PhD in economics, a reader in South Federal University branch in Novoshakhtinsk (Russian Federation).
Vladimir Barinov
Vladimir Borisovich Barinov got his higher education at the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of Tadzhik State University (TSU) and completed the post graduate course there.
Sergey Pozdnyakov
Sergey Anatolyevich Pozdnykov was born in 1958. He graduated from Petrozavodsk State University in Russia. He is a PhD in Biology (zoologist and ecologist).
Alexander Chamur
Alexander Chamur was born in 1988. He graduated from the Saint-Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts. He trained in Serbia on communication theory issues. Information technology specialist and translator.
Aleksandr Danilov
Doctor of Science, Philosophy in biomedical sciences, the professor of International University of Fundamental Studies, the Director of Science and Education in MPI «Markelov`s Clinic» in Petrozavodsk. An ex-vice-president of «The Clean Baltic» international environmental safety fund.
Sergey Tishkov
In 2007 he graduated from the economic faculty of Petrozavodsk state University. In 2011, he received a Ph.D. in Economics from the Institute for regional economy problems Russian Academy of Sciences (St. Petersburg).
National Productivity Centre

The National Productivity Centre offers:

  • Intensive work skills development programmes;
    The Institute of Strategic Management of Social Systems (ISMSS) specializes in developing applied economic projects, including commercial, marketing and PR departments, management teams, motivation systems and goal setting, management windows and organiza
    WCS Energy Ltd

    WCS Energy Ltd specializes on maintenance, installation and checkout of the power equipment on power stations. The structure of the company has: design-engineering department, vibration and

    Mir Design
    Established in 2005, in St. Petersburg, Russia. Mir Design is a digital agency delivering a broad range of services from, web design, mobile applications, motion and 3D graphics, graphic design, and print, to Internet marketing solutions and software development.
    Our association with New York Times continues
    8th January 2017: There has been a small announcement of Planetary Project and the first book written by Dr. Aleksandr Bezgodov in New York Times. Very soon the second book «PLANETARY RENT AS INSTRUMENT FOR SOLUTION OF GLOBAL PROBLEMS» will be coming out. Hope this cooperation continues for many years to come.
    Times of India: Model proposed for solving problems through global human unification
    NEW DELHI: In his new book Aleksandr V Bezgodov reveals the urgent problems of the modern world.
    Press release: From Sustainable Development to Managed Harmony
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates – In his new book, “Planetary Project: From Sustainable Development to Managed Harmony” (published by Xlibris UK), Aleksandr V. Bezgodov reveals the urgent problems of the modern world including the environmental crisis, the fall of the level of economic development, unfair distribution system of world income, hunger and poverty.
    Planetary project in Reader
    As we had planned, the advertisement of the book "PlanetaryProject" was published in the May edition of the world famous literatureguide
    Planetary Project in The New York Times 

    The advertisement of the monograph by Dr. Aleksandr Bezgodov is coming in The New York Times in June-July 2016

    Planetary Project in Reader

    The advertisement of the monograph by Dr. Aleksandr Bezgodov is coming in Reader

    About Planetary project: radio interview by Stu Taylor

    Audio recording of the interview, which took place on 5th April by American journalist Stu Taylor is now available on our website.

    First Review of the Monograph, Planetary Project: From Sustainable Development to Managed Harmony

    The review of the Planetary Project manifesto can be found on BlueInk Review, which provides professional reviews of independently published books.

    Press release of "Planetary Project" monograph

    Press release on the publication of the book "The Planetary Project, from sustainable development to managed harmony" was placed in a variety of media sources around the world.

    Solar Power: the future of energy
    Solar energy is the one solution to the energy crisis, that above all other sources seems to make the most sense. The hunt for energy from fossil fuels continues to cause problems for our planet. Fossil fuels have become a source of speculation and speculators want to earn money. Fossil fuels mean power and supplies may be forthcoming or cut off at will, which could lead to war.
    BREXIT-a reality! Be ready for a new Europe and a new World
    Whole night the referendum kept us all awake. By evening the Pound Sterling started falling when the people lined up to exchange the Pound Sterling into Euros. As a result the Pound Sterling landed to a 31 year low. But more worse was the early morning news. 52% nearly pointing to BREXIT. What will follow ? Next! - FREXIT, GERXIT ??
    Global Economic Balancing
    We must admit that the economic model based on developing transnational markets has exhausted its potential. Macroeconomic postulates do not reflect the nature and dynamics of economic development. Commodity-money exchange effectiveness is declining. The multiplication coefficient has all but ceased to work. The funding developed countries dispense to poor countries to balance the global economic situation vanish in developing economies without providing any visible economic effect or resolving such problems as hunger, poverty, a lack of drinking water, pandemics etc. Therefore, the gap between the level of development of Golden Billion nations and that of the Third World is not finding closure.
    Forms of Knowing and Spiritual Activity: Myth and Mythology
    Why do we want to perceive the essence of myth and religion, analyse their content, compare forms, and study their origins? We should not treat myth, prehistoric religion, and mythological poetic tradition of the old with positivist or Marxist condescension. Ancient spirituality is not just humanity’s “infant identity”; it is not just a primitive pre-class communication form of describing the world based on handmade artifacts. It seems to hold the key to the mystery of the origins of man as both a natural and supernatural being.
    Forms of Learning and Spiritual Activity: Philosophy, Religion and Science
    Philosophy and religion are similar in that they are not satisfied with the current state of things or data provided by common sense, everyday thinking or even individual sciences; they look for an explanation of the world and life, existence and consciousness that cannot be achieved through possible experience. Philosophy and religion are the oldest forms of human spiritual activity and social consciousness.
    Planetary Project: Identifying Funding Sources for Global Causes
    Planetary Project: From Sustainable Development to Managed Harmony discussed basic principles of a new human civilization and a new economic system.
    Major future challenges
    Future holds many challenges. They can divided into several groups: political, economic, technological, and socio-cultural.
    Air pollution
    As the Earth’s atmosphere air is used practically in every sphere of human economic activity. Even if air is not directly involved as raw material in a production cycle it is an integral part of any technology due to its regenerative and assimilating properties.
    Catastrophic Reduction of Biodiversity
    Over 24,000 species are on the brink of extinction out of the total of 85600 species that have been included in the Red List of Threatened Species over the past decades.
    Freshwater Scarcity
    Since the last decade of the twentieth century freshwater scarcity has viewed as a global threat. As the world's population grew, water consumption increased, as well as freshwater scarcity, which led to the worsening of living conditions in the majority of developing countries.
    The dynamics of global demand for primary energy
    Just Europe: common people, real aid
    It`s December 2016 and the Christian world starts preparing for Christmas. On the holiday`s eve the Germany capital residents donate to the Tierheim homeless animals shelter`s inhabitants blankets, warm things, lodges and food.
    Results of 2016: dire predictions that came true
    Nowadays there are lots of companies, sociological firms, research centers, agencies, funds, dealing with the predictions of future, including the nearest one. This business turned out to be very popular not only in developed countries that can be proud of their high-tech management technologies, but also in the states whose internal and foreign policy is actively using methods of informational manipulation.
    The black market and shadow economy as global economic challenges
    People retreat to the shadow sectors of economy in response to inefficient government policy and the unrestrained rent profiteering of government officials, making the black market grow at a fast rate. Indeed, when the interests of government and big business converge only the black market can serve as a zone of free entrepreneurial activity including a relatively independent circulation of capital.
    Wolves endangered in Europe
    European ecologists and animal rights activists are raising the alarm: the population of grey wolves turned out to be on the verge of destruction. And people are to blame once again.
    Global warming
    Global warming is one of the most significant and difficult issues facing the world today. Melting down of glaciers can have such an adverse effect on the global water level that in coming years, it can be the reason of biggest catastrophe . 2016 summit in Paris about climate change however does not answer the reasons of such climatic adversities. It certainly did highlight the fact that now the developing nations need to pay for all the crimes done by the developed nations.
    Forced Migration: A harsh reality
    Europe is experiencing one of the most significant influxes of migrants and refugees in its history. Pushed by civil war and terror and pulled by the promise of a better life, huge numbers of people have fled the Middle East and Africa, risking their lives along the way. More than a million migrants and refugees crossed into Europe in 2015, compared with just 280,000 the year before. The scale of the crisis continues, with more than 135,000 people arriving in the first two months of 2016.
    Major Problems of developing Asia concerning Environment
    The Asia-Pacific region is home to about 950 million people living below the poverty line. They spend a large portion of their income on basic food commodities. Consequently, rising food prices push more people below the poverty line. A strong and sustained growth momentum is needed to tackle the problem of poverty and food insecurity. Countries need economic reforms to improve productivity, particularly that of their agricultural sector, strengthen public institutions, improve economic governance, enhance financial inclusion and build social safety nets to protect the more vulnerable segments of the population.
    World of Harmony
    Recently I heard Dalai Lama speaking about compassion. He said that till the moment human mind is full of compassion there is a hope for harmony among people, of different religion & of different civilizations. Only when the negative feelings creep in like "indefference" that we need to worry. I was reminded of this saying from my moral science class in Class VI. Dalai Lama went on to speak lengths about China, Tibet & how was he the longest guest of IndianGovt. and how was he the true son of India. The basic idea of Nalanda teachings, as he claimed, made India an unique place where all cultures, religion co exist in harmoney. That's what is the true idea of our planetary project too.
    Potential of development of renewable energy
    The fundamentals of modern world power are made warm also by hydroelectric power stations. At the same time their development restrains a number of factors: the cost of coal, oil and gas grows, natural resources of these types of fuel are reduced. Besides, many countries have no own fuel and hydroenergy resources or lack them.
    Sustainable development: general issues on controlled human psychogenesis
    The idea of the sustainable development that appeared after the Rio Conference was a new stage of a human development. Its main task, according to V. Zakharov`s definition, «is to include constantly increasing human needs in his habitat opportunities».
    FEEDING THE WORLD IN 2030: The Issue
    We, personally believe that India is going to be world leader by 2030 and my belief is forcing me to visualize the food security and food safety issue in 2030 and being a part of this ecosystem and accepting the role of the responsible citizens of India, likely to be played for meeting the new challenges.