The TUTZINGER MANIFESTO is an initiative to strengthen the cultural-aesthetic dimension of sustainable development. It calls on local, national and international sustainability politics to be more open in future to the social development potential of culture, aesthetics and art. The success of the centenary sustainability project will rely critically on whether and to what extent cultural-aesthetic design skills are actually integrated substantially in the implementation strategies alongside the natural science, social and commercial political concepts.
By signing and spreading the word about the TUTZINGER MANIFESTO you can contribute to:
» achieving increased recognition for sustainability as a cultural challenge in the public consciousness, and'
» bringing about greater correlation between sustainability politics and cultural politics