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Latin America / Caribbean & ECSL Virtual Network on space law & policy
 
Amazon Basin, 4 October 2002
 
 
Each generation inheriting the Earth temporarily should take care to use natural resources reasonably and ensure that life is not prejudiced by harmful modifications of the ecosystems and that scientific and technological progress in all fields does not harm life on Earth.
 
Education is an important instrument for the development of human persons and societies. It should be used to foster peace, justice, understanding, tolerance and equality for the benefit of present and future generations.  
 
Last update: 26 July 2006
 


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