Sustainable development as seen through the eyes of Chespa means the possibility of economic and social development with the rational management of limited natural resources of our planet. The intensity of exploitation of the Earth is immense and often predatory, in many countries nature has already exceeded the regenerative capacity. Population is growing rapidly and the increased wealth of society is reflected in the higher consumption. As a result, the problem of the availability of natural resources in the coming years will become more and more important. The changes are a challenge, but also a great opportunity for the future. Awareness of these processes will be the key to sustainable development, held without prejudice to the quality of life of people. Companies need to find ways to improve the quality of life without consuming more resources and increase emissions.