Indeed human resources, national technological projects and energy are the three main pillars for any sustainable social-economical development of all our societies at the national-local, regional and international levels. In a global modern World with already existing means of communication and technologies' transfer, the improvement of the materials and economical welfare could be enhanced in order to show visible results even after half a decade form the starting of the projects even in the sectors where times needed has been counted by decades in the western presently developed countries. It must be underlined that the presence of energy resources and global financial capabilities does not lead automatically to a sustainable harmonious social development. However in such conditions, the latter can be easily conceived provided that a voluntary driving force of human resources is made available to fix clear and timed goals. Indeed, imported technologies and managing experts can make a national technology starting with some welfare. Notwithstanding sustainable development requires building a sound national strategy for rooting the desired technology with all its requirements: i) human force, ii) advanced technology education, iii) energy resources, iv) appropriate research institutions, v) economical motivation, vi) workers qualifications, v) etc. It is worth to underline the importance of the national technological project. The historical review of the human technological evolution showed that the so far sustainable development of the technologically advanced communities has been started around some key projects like steel industry, machine tools, etc. The present situation of the humanity is crucial as with population increase and natural resources decrease. Therefore recycling of raw materials and new energy sources will be the driving forces for the future environmentally compatible life and existence survival. Advanced education and scientific research within a peaceful and healthy society are the tools to achieve such goal. There is a room for developing countries to access to materials welfare, if investment is made in time. The success can be expected only for a community where emerged a Wise Central Force (WCF) capable to monitor the following main centrifugal forces: i) Societies & Increasing Young Individuals, ii) Sciences & Technology Fundamental and R&D, iii) Education & Qualification for Employment iv) Healthy & Friendly Environment Some comparative examples will be given from developed, emerging and economically advances countries. Recent results of the OECD programme like PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) will discussed for comparative purpose of international performances of comparable countries.


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