An old viewpoint encourages the thought that human ingenuity, when it is directed at advancing the common good, can raise global output indefinitely without affecting the biosphere so adversely that it is tipped into a state far-removed from where it has been since long before human societies began to form. Now we all understand that because the biosphere is bounded, the global economy is bounded.
The significance of biological diversity and its immense role not only for the survival of humankind, nature and environment, but also for the sustainable economic growth is evident. Despite this, loss of biodiversity, destruction of ecosystem services and progression of many other adverse processes such as global climate change, have been growing increasingly.
In light of this, the formation of healthy society, growing up of generations oriented towards protection and preservation of biodiversity are of high importance.
With its rich biodiversity, high endemism and on-going processes, Georgia is a part of global biodiversity and global processes. Respectively, it is important for our society to acknowledge of all the above mentioned and actively participate in global and local processes so that not to be just their observer.