Ecology, reduction of consumption and freedom of movement in real space as new landmarks of global changes, the research of which is carried out by the institutes of the Academy of Ecosocial Technologies (AEST, 2020)

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Ecology, reduction of consumption and freedom of movement in real space as new landmarks of global changes, the research of which is carried out by the institutes of the Academy of Ecosocial Technologies (AEST, 2020)

On January 7, 2020, the results of the research work of the institutes and departments of AEST were summed up in an online conference.

The general trend of 2020, which is noted by the AEST researchers, is the approval of the "green theme" in the world economy, the reduction of consumption and freedom of movement in real space as new landmarks for global changes.

In 2021, as the AEST ecotechnologists note, one must be prepared for a significant reduction in consumption, business transformation, failures in transfers of power and resources, natural birth control (due to the minimization of the resource base for human reproduction in all regions of the world). Restrictions on movement in real space for the entire population of the Earth, with the exception of representatives of the world and regional elites, will remain.

The world has set in motion, and whoever does not follow, does not keep up with this movement, he risks being at a minimum of consumption, entertainment, reproduction of children, and influence.

Researchers at the AEST institutes carefully study the environment, social relations and processes. They solve the most important eco-social problems facing the world today: inequality, imbalance of justice, restrictions on rights and freedoms, loss of human subjectivity, “death of the subject”. The person has ceased to influence his own life. He became an object of manipulation, deception, arbitrariness. 

These problems are associated with the loss of the regulatory properties of teachings, ideologies, religions, ethical and legal doctrines, which led to the ignorance of the ecological imperative in the behavior of the masses of people.


Environmental imperative


The environmental imperative (EI) is an unconditional and universally recognized principle of behavior. It is a forbidden trait in human interaction with himself, others and the environment (nature). Man and mankind itself cannot cross this line, since the ecological imperative itself is a natural and universally recognized norm of behavior.

The global environmental principle (GEO) “do not harm” sets a natural and accepted norm of behavior . The norm is what society ascribes to do a specific person, and all people. From the Global Ethical Principle (GEP), the Global Moral Principle (GNP), or Global Ethical Principle, flows . It means that a person should behave so as not to harm.

GEP ( global ecological principle ) forms the basis of the universal and unconditional norms of human and society behavior - “do not harm”.

GNP ( global moral or ethical principle ) constitutes the basis of the universal and accepted value of a person and society - to behave in such a way as not to harm oneself and others.


GEP and GNP constitute an ecological imperative, the essence of which is connected with the rule "Three Cs": do not harm yourself (C1), neighbors (C2), environment (C3) neither by thought, nor word, nor deed; create for yourself (C1), neighbors (C2), living environment with thought, word, deed. 


C1 - C2 - C3

M + C + D


C1 - do not harm yourself;

C2 - do not harm neighbors;

C3 - do not harm the environment;

M - thought;

C - word;

D - deed.

A moral compass for every person on Earth


In this regard, the AEST researchers see the main practical task in the "green agenda" of the world in the restoration of an ethical regulator of behavior in order to make this behavior environmentally friendly.


Sustainability is achieved through ethics


A person must stop harming the environment and others, then he minimizes harm to himself, since all the components of the “Three S” rule are inextricably linked and form the natural basis for the development of civilization without wars, environmental disasters, and restoring the balance of justice for each person.

AEST researchers, studying global environmental policy, are developing eco-social technologies aimed at shaping the eco-behavior of people and eco-management of people in the hierarchies of the 21st century. Researchers believe that rapid changes in the world are leading to the transformation and elimination of non-ecological (toxic, harmful to people) managerial and behavioral practices, which ecotechnologists call social parasitism.

The social parasite takes over the resources of people without giving them anything in return. In order to survive during the period of world changes, the parasite will be transformed into an ordinary citizen with a minimum volume of consumption and freedom of movement, and will be deprived of arbitrariness.

By transferring their eco-technology developments to civil society, AEST researchers hope to stimulate common action to improve the natural and social environment. They provide an opportunity for all concerned citizens of the world to help develop solutions for the health of our planet and restore a balance of equity.


Ecosocial technologies


Ecosocial technologies are based on sound scientific knowledge, providing citizens and governments, local governments, businesses and individuals with the tools they need to lead societies towards a truly sustainable humane world. Their essence is the visualization of negative civil consent in real time, obtaining dynamic indices of morality (harm) of each social subject, which allows each person to correct their behavior and attitude towards the evaluated subject.


What awaits us?


The final reports of the AEST institutes for 2020, heard at the secretariat of the Academy of Ecosocial Technologies on January 7, 2021, paint a terrible picture of a planet where environmental problems are generated by social parasites who deliberately ignore the requirements of the environmental imperative in their behavior.

They do not harm themselves (they observe the first part of the "Three S" rule: C1 - do not harm themselves by thought, word, or deed). They are enriched by purposeful harm to others. They do not comply with the second part of the rule: C2 - do not harm neighbors, other people in thought, word and deed. Harm the environment. They do not comply with the third part of the "Three S" rule: C3 - do not harm the environment either by thought, word or deed. Creation for social parasites is the seizure of resources, unrestricted arbitrariness in the realization of their basic needs for domination, entertainment and the consumption of food (money).

Social parasites interact with each other, thus becoming more dangerous to people. Concepts such as “toxic person”, “pest”, “sociopath”, “serial fraud”, “moral deviations and diseases” have become subjects of research by the AEST institutes.

The reports of the AEST institutes for 2020 conclude that the loss of the ethical regulator of human behavior (environmental imperative) around the world has led to the degradation of social systems. Social institutions collapsed. Science, education, culture, law, economics, security, the family have ceased to fulfill a creative function. They do not contribute to the revival of the subject, the restoration of the balance of justice. This jeopardized the ecological foundations of society and the very safety of man on Earth. The ecology of the planet has been violated. There was a need for natural limitation of consumption and fertility.

The need to direct the energy of the human masses from the struggle for the redistribution of resources to themselves, to the creation of oneself, the development of the inner world, to the creation and development of others, to the maintenance of the Earth's ecosystems became obvious.

Changes in the social climate, global inequality, the human population that has grown to 10 billion people, degraded medicine, education, science, culture, criminalized authorities, non-working law make the planet an increasingly unhealthy and dangerous place for people.

In addition, the loss of an ethical regulator in human behavior has resulted in polluted air. The production of plastics, pesticides and chemicals harms the human environment and negatively affects human health. This is evidenced by the reports of the AEST institutes.

The same reports say that changes in how people behave towards other people, how they eat, learn, are raised, buy things, move around the planet, get energy, recycle waste, can help solve problems.


Ecobehavior and Eco-Governance in the 21st Century


The reports from the AEST institutions show how citizens and governments can set themselves, others, the whole world on the path to a truly sustainable future. It is emphasized that decision-makers at all levels need urgent and comprehensive actions to achieve a healthy planet with healthy people through the introduction of eco-behavior and eco-management into their life.

Eco-behavior is based on the observance of the "Three C" rule: do not harm yourself (C1), neighbors (C2), environment (C3) neither by thought, nor word, nor deed; create for yourself (C1), neighbors (C2), living environment with thought, word, deed.

Eco-management is based on the use of a discursive-evaluative method in the development, adoption and control of any management decision.

The degree of harm from a management decision is assessed in a discursive procedure (discursive evaluative method - DOM). 

DOM (discursive evaluative method) allows evaluations on a wide range of scales. The value of DOM (discursive evaluative method) lies in the fact that it is based on an ecological imperative, approved by the absolute majority of people.


DOM → mass evaluation and discourse procedures



The discursive-evaluative method was  developed in the USSR by such scientists as V.A. Chigirev. and Yunatskevich P.I. It is based on the procedures of mass assessment and discourse from the standpoint of an ecological imperative that denotes the norm and value of the behavior of participants in the assessment and discourse.







The ecological imperative as an ecological norm and moral value applies to any human activity. Has an unconditional priority not to harm oneself, others and nature.

The ecological imperative is a requirement made by a person and society to comply with the norm of behavior - not to harm oneself, others, the environment, arising from the obvious irreversibility of harmful consequences and irreparable losses for the person himself, other people, and the surrounding nature.

Compliance with this norm of behavior is ensured by the practical implementation of the discursive evaluative method (DOM).

Features discursive evaluative method (DOM):

relies on an environmental imperative;

ideologically neutral;

does not claim to be true, but allows you to look for ways to truth;

balances solidarity and justice in a person and society;

not lethal;

humane, gently restrains from harmful and bad deeds.


The measure of harm is determined by a discursive-evaluative procedure.

As a result, the discursive-evaluative procedure:

allows you to adjust specific behavior;

ensures inclusion in discourse and assessment of all stakeholders;

guarantees a communicative balance in the assessment and discussion of assessment - the opportunity to present their arguments is the same for everyone.

Argument is the process of convincing oneself and others that claims to be recognized are legitimate. Everyone wants to convince himself and others of one or another claim. In the course of argumentation, opponents (those who are against) and proponents (those who are for) arise. Arguments can vary and run counter to the environmental imperative. For example, arbitrariness supported by armed and / or technological violence is a common way of arguing. Proponents get the right to life, and opponents are deprived of it for disagreement.

DOM, unlike argumentation, contains an ecological imperative that has already gained universal approval, and guarantees a ban on the use of inhuman methods of argumentation in discourse.

The rate at which a person harms himself and others has become many times greater than the possibilities of natural recovery. Social catastrophes have become especially dangerous, the most serious of which is inequality, which is the main cause of war, crime, corruption, poverty, terrorism and extremism.

Inequality violates the social and ecological properties of the environment favorable for human life.

The social ecosystem is capable of self-regulation, restoring the balance of justice and solidarity. Regulation of inequality occurs spontaneously. Social groups are emerging that become solidarity thanks to the idea of ​​restoring justice. However, methods of establishing justice can be lethal and inhuman (civil war, terror, extremism). The emergence of such a method as DOM (discursive-evaluative method) creates a form of self-regulation of the social ecosystem without lethal and inhumane technologies.

Violation of equality in the realization of people's preferences is accompanied by adverse consequences (enmity between social groups, civil war, terrorism, extremism). The people of planet Earth literally need an ideology-technology of morality, which keeps everyone from harming himself and others. These requirements are so severe that it is legitimate to call them an environmental imperative. The ecological imperative is a set of moral (moral, ethical, social, spiritual, professional) prohibitions, observance of restrictions on behavior, violation of which leads to inequality, deterioration, destruction of social and environmental properties favorable for human life, to the destruction of socio-economic and environmental conditions existence of humanity.

The environmental imperative is hindered by skyrocketing inequality.

The implementation of the restrictions and prohibitions of the ecological imperative encounters a number of significant obstacles from the so-called social parasites, subjects living off the habit of harming others. It is obvious that minimization of the level of social parasitism is carried out on the basis of the use of the discursive-evaluative method. This is the salvation of all mankind and the preservation of the Earth's ecosystem.

DOM ( discursive evaluative method ) is the hope of humanity! The ecological imperative is formally present in the declarations of the heads of organizations of various forms of ownership and in the statements of individuals, but only DOM (discursive-evaluative method) as technology turns these declarations into reality.

Institutes and departments of AEST carry out various individual training programs aimed at forming a new elite of the 21st century, which will have moral ecological thinking, directly carry out ecological behavior and eco-management in the context of the global transformations that have come. She will replace the old elite and will be able to generate new knowledge, not harm herself, others and the environment, create for herself, others and the environment.

Therefore, there is every reason for hope, there is still time, but the window of opportunity is quickly closing. 


Secretariat of the Academy of Ecosocial Technologies

Alina Chigireva