Current lifestyle and production models threaten the continuity of the existing social organization. The sustainability discourse offers us more than just a new way of understanding these phenomena. It is not just that we are dangerously approaching the limits in the use of available natural resources (water, oil, soil, forests, biodiversity,…), nor that the earth’s capacity to absorb the waste generated by current means of production without disrupting the functionality of ecosystems on a planetary scale is about to be exceeded.
Perhaps, the most notable point of the sustainability discourse is that this situation is a consequence of human actions; that it is not so much an environmental problem as a problem of the social relations that human beings maintain among themselves and with nature; that the keys to environmental and social ills lie in the model of development and social structuring that has become dominant and that globalization has ended up expanding to all corners of the Earth, generating greater inequalities and radical injustice.
Working in favor of sustainability is to promote profound changes that reverse the current social, political and productive system to guarantee both a respectful relationship with the environment and conditions of well-being and dignity for all human beings in the way each human collective defines them.
At Remar we are committed to the care of the environment, teaching future generations to value and protect all that God has given us. Proverbs 3:19