Trieste Declaration:

A Code of Ethics of Shared Responsibilities

1. Respect human dignity as well as ethnic, cultural and religious diversity.

2. Work against racial injustice and all discrimination of women, and the abuse and exploitation of children.

3. Work for improvement in the quality of life of aged and disabled persons.

4. Respect human life and condemn the sale of human beings or parts of the living body.

5. Support efforts to improve the life of people suffering from hunger, misery, disease or unemployment.

6. Promote effective voluntary family planning in order to regular world population growth.

7, Support actions for an equitable distribution of world resources.

8. Avoid energy waste and work for reduction of the use of fossil fuels. Promote the use of inexhaustible enerrgy sources, representing a minimum of environmental and health risks.

9. Protect nature (and the sky) from [violation] (1), pollution and abuse, promote conservation of natural resources and the restoration of degraded environments.

10. Respect and preserve the genetic diverrsity of living organisms and promote constant scrutiny of the application of genetic technologies.

11. Promote improvement of urban and rural regions and support endeavours to eliminate the causes of environmental destruction and impoverishment which can lead to massive migrations of people and over population in urban areas.

12. Work for maintenance of world peace, condemn war, terrorism and all other hostile activities by calling for decreasing military spending in all countries and restriction of the proliferation and dissemination of arms, in parrticular weapons of mass destruction.

(Captured from the presentation at Regeneration 2030 in Parma, Italy, October 2020)

Read more here about the Trieste Declaration of Human Duties relaunching announcement.


(1) EcoNova Leaders addition.