|= a society based on the widespread acceptance of sustainability principles (linked to a change in attitudes)
|= a competitive and highly innovative economy based on adequate human resources
|State and Quality of Institutions
|= rule of law and efficient state administration self-government
|Natural Resources and Energy
|= achieving a low material, energy and emissions profile for the company
|Agriculture and Forestry
|= sustainability and efficiency of food production and the use of forest potential
|= adequate transport infrastructure, safe and low-carbon mobility
|= achieving a high level of quality of life in urban agglomerations and municipalities
What can we build on and what is holding us back at the start?
There are a number of sub-concepts and strategies already developed that address some of the main directions for the implementation of Vision 2050. It is possible to update some of them and adapt them to the implementation objectives of Vision 2050.
The disadvantages of these documents are their generally shorter time horizon, their mutual incoherence, the incompatibility of the goals pursued, and the lack of an assessment of the feasibility of these plans. The obstacle to the achievement of tolerable social development is the lack of consensus on basic social values and the associated decline in social relations. An obstacle to the emergence of a sense of equity in the use of the results of economic development for the benefit of social progress is the primary orientation of business towards short-term returns rather than the pursuit of capital appreciation for long-term benefits to society.
Above all, we lack a long-term vision for the development of the Czech Republic!
How to remove gaps and obstacles?
It is necessary to define the priorities of economic (and innovative) development of the Czech Republic,
its institutional security and the infrastructure of its social and investment support.