INTRODUCTION MILADIN RADOVIĆ, ADVISOR, REGIONALNI VODOVOD “BY THE LAW OF NATURE, THESE THINGS ARE COMMON TO MANKIND: THE AIR, RUNNING WATER, THE SEA AND CONSEQUENTLY THE SEA-SHORE” – INSTITUTES OF JUSTINIAN

INTRODUCTION MILADIN RADOVIĆ, ADVISOR, REGIONALNI VODOVOD “BY THE LAW OF NATURE, THESE THINGS ARE COMMON TO MANKIND: THE AIR, RUNNING WATER, THE SEA AND CONSEQUENTLY THE SEA-SHORE” – INSTITUTES OF JUSTINIAN

MILADIN RADOVIĆ Advisor, Regionalni vodovod “By the law of nature these things are common to mankind: the air, running water, the sea, and consequently the shores of the sea” Institutes of Justinian Dear readers and colleagues, We live in a time where the world has become a ‘global village’, where the activities or problems of one country are reflected in the rest of the countries, or from one entity in a country (society) to all the others. The essential and historical question to be asked is: can the world progress economically without threatening the survival of the planet, i.e. how can sustainable development be ensured?! The concept of sustainable development was promoted by the World Commission on Environment and Development with the definition: “Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.” The question, or rather the dilemma, that arises before us is whether we are capable of achieving this in...
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