WE TURN SUSTAINABILITY INTO ACTIONS
We believe that sustainable development synergy is only possible through the orchestration of previously developed programmes, currently executed initiatives, and the continuous embracement of future technological aspirations. Such synergy brings about the transformation of ideas from governments, businesses and consumers into meaningful actions that create significant outcomes that are beneficial to all.
HEAR FROM CHANSIS
“Many people nowadays talk about sustainability but how many people truly understand what it means? The core values of sustainability are social, environmental, and economic. We need to make a balance between these.”
“Sustainability advocates the satisfaction of our current needs without compromising the ability of our future generations to do so – spanning across natural, social, and economic resources.
Sustainability development is not just about environmentalism per se, it also embraces social well-being and economic prosperity."
"The phrase 'Sustainable development' is sometimes too abstract for people to understand.
'Our Common Future', also known as the Brundtland Report, states clearly that Sustainable development can be defined as development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
The purpose of Chansis is to provide a second chance for people to choose a job that is more beneficial to the environment; to give a second chance to the natural environment to increase its carrying capacity and lastly to give a second chance our next generation can have resources that are no less lacking than we are now.
As a Chansis member, I want to live in the spirit of Brundtland. Let the next generation have a brighter future."
"The most often used Sustainability: 'The convergence of environmental health, social fairness, and economic vitality in order to generate a flourishing, healthy, diverse, and sustainable environment for this generation and future generations. Sustainability practice acknowledges how these challenges are interrelated and necessitate a systems perspective as well as an acceptance of complexity.'
The most frequently referenced definition of sustainability: "sustainable development is the development that satisfies the demands of the present without jeopardizing future generations' ability to satisfy their basic demands."
Sustainable practices promote the health and vitality of the environment, the human population, and the economy. Sustainability assumes that findings strongly suggest and that they should be used carefully and intelligently with long-term objectives and implications in mind. In its most basic form, sustainability is concerned with our children and grandkids, as well as the planet we will leave for them."