The human being is a social being. Throughout the history of humanity, we have focused on building groups related to our interests and values. Little by little, we have become more and more divided. These uncertain times have invited us to unite in diversity, as one, with more empathy and awareness of the differences that make us unique.
2021 is a crucial year for climate change. The taking of concrete actions to protect our environment and the worlds’ agenda has a significant event that 2020 did not allow to develop the Glasgow meeting to give progress and proposals on the Paris Agreement; it will take place in November and aims to generate strong policies to slow down climate change and the world's carbon footprint.
2020 was a year of challenges, transformations, and learning to flow day by day with what we have. It taught us to value what we have without longing for more of the same. We learned that with less, we have more. It was a strange, curious year, which changed our way of seeing life, the world, and our vulnerability.
The Global Wellness Institute defines Wellness Tourism as "travel with the pursuit of maintaining or enhancing one's wellbeing; this includes both physical and inner wellbeing. Therefore we can say that wellness tourism turns travel into an opportunity to maintain and improve holistic health."
The Great Reset is a term popularized ten years ago in a book written in the aftermath of the 2008 global crash and published in 2010 by Richard Florida. World Economic Forum uses this term to describe the positions and the opportunities faced by the governments of the world with the situation of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Investing in greener and more conscious projects has become urgent in recent years, from an ecological, social, and economic point of view. Stop the carbon footprint, reduce energy and resource expenditure on more sustainable materials and create a community that grows economically based on an inclusive model where equitable development gives a positive value to investments and better economic recovery projections.
The sense of inhabiting is inherent to human beings, and over time we have developed different ways of generating bonds and special forms that adapt to our needs. Hand in hand with innovation in our behavior within spaces, architecture, and design leads us, generating spaces that make us feel part of something else.
The concept of sustainability emerged from the United Nations report "Our Common Future," where Sustainable Development was defined as: "Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising future generations' ability to meet their own needs."