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  1 Perspectives of the transition 17 sustainable development goals to be achieved through a global partnership Ph.D. engineer   Constantin DÂRZAN  Sweden, Uppsala 2018  2 Any opinion, conclusion or recommendation from this book are only of the author. International Standard Book Number: 978-0-359-64076-  8 Copyright © 2019 Constantin Dârzan. All rights reserved This book or any part of it may not be reproduced or used in any way without the express written permission of the publisher, except for the use of short quotes in a book magazine or in a scientific journal. Sweden, Uppsala, Bonadsvägen 48 , 75757  3 SYMBOLS SDG - Sustainable Development Goals COP 21 - 21st Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change CMP 11 - Kyoto protocol F 1  –   The force to ensure human physiological needs F 2  –   The force leading to the fulfilment of human safety needs F 3  - The force related to need, love and belonging, the need for friendship, family, membership of a group, a society or involvement in a non-sexual intimate relationship F 4    –   The force related to the needs of esteem, recognition from other individuals (resulting in feelings of power, prestige, acceptance, etc.) and self-esteem, creating the feeling of trust, adequacy, competence F 5  - The force related to self-actualization needs that come from the instinctive pleasure of man to capitalise to the fullest of his capacities, to become increasingly good F 1,2 - Socio-economic force F 3,4,5 - Political force S - Poverty reaction force   DHP - The dimension of human personality HN - Human needs  4 Contents SYMBOLS .................................................................................................................................................. 3   Chapter 1. Introduction ............................................................................................................................... 5   Chapter 2. In search of equilibrium ............................................................................................................ 9   Chapter 3. Man the most valuable resource of the transition.................................................................... 17   Chapter 4. Model of analysis of the causes, of the course and of the consequences of local, regional and / or global development or poverty ............................................................................................................. 21   Chapter 5. The context of the transition .................................................................................................... 32   Chapter 6. Analysis of the actors and their roles from the perspective of transition ................................ 35   Chapter 7. Prioritize sustainable development goals ................................................................................ 41   Chapter 8. Transition and chaos ................................................................................................................ 44   Chapter 9. CONCLUSIONS ..................................................................................................................... 46   References ................................................................................................................................................. 47    5 Chapter 1. Introduction   Most of the world's states were reuniting in 2000 around a commitment, edited in eight main points, to reduce global poverty and save millions of lives, a commitment that constituted the "Millennium Declaration”.  In 2012, at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, the concept of Sustainable Development Objectives was born, containing 17 points and 17 objectives, replacing the Millennium Declaration objectives. Between 30 November and 11 December 2015, Paris hosted the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 21) on the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the 12th Session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol in Kyoto (CMP 11). On 12 December 2015, the parties reached a new global agreement on climate change. The agreement has a balanced outcome with an action plan to limit global warming "well below" 2 ° C.  Carole Dieschbourg, the Luxembourg Environment Minister, who held the Council Presidency, said: "Today is a day that we can feel proud of. We have reached the first legally and universally binding climate change agreement that will open the world to the possibility of avoiding dangerous climate change. It is a roadmap for a better, fairer and more sustainable world. The EU has fought for this agreement to be as strong as possible. I was a successful partner during these negotiations. But let's not forget that Paris is just the beginning of a long journey. Together with all stakeholders - NGOs, the business community and every citizen - we will now have the responsibility to transpose this agreement into action. " At the G7 Summit in Sicily in May 2017, Donald Trump refused to affirm his support for the Paris Agreement, but instead he needed time to make a decision. Then, Donald Trump announced the US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Change Agreement. Angela Merkel says the decision is extremely regrettable, and China and Russia have announced that they will honor their commitments under the Paris Agreement. In this context, Emmanuel Macron states that what is happening is a mistake because the agreement is not renegotiable. Trump personally told Merkel, Macron, May, and Trudeau the decision to withdraw from the Paris accord. Obama claims on this occasion that Donald Trump's decision will not stop the rest of the world. Independent of the geopolitical agenda, in 2004 two of the students of Rob Hopkins at ,,Kinsale Further Education College ” , Louise Rooney and Catherine Dunne developed the concept of Transition Towns .   Immediately, hundreds of transition initiatives have emerged, across a diverse range in terms of geography, culture and socio-economic variables in the United States - California, New England and
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