Where Do We Get Our Name?

The Brundtland Commission, which was established in 1983, completed its work in October 1987 and published the report Our Common Future, in which the concept of sustainable development was defined for the first time in its current meaning: Development that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

Beyond its meaning in the report, the concept of our common future points to a very simple truth: Not only humans, but all living things, we live on the pale blue dot, and the climate crisis our planet is facing affects all earthlings without exception. If we want to have a common future, we must cooperate at all levels to fight against climate change.

This blog is shaped around this very idea and sets itself a very fundamental goal: to raise awareness about the climate change. Ortakgelecegimiz.com is not much, but honest work.

For our common future.

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