1) A population of Homo Sapiens that is not larger than what the earth is capable of to maintain at an ecologically sustainable level. A reasonable limit could be 100 million on the planet. Resilience and sustainability increase with declining population. Today we are about 10-100 times too many on this planet. This is the most important condition, without it being fulfilled,  all other environmental measures will be ineffective or directly counterproductive.

2) The individual's impact on the environment must be balanced. The total impact on the environment can be expressed in Energy because energy use is directly proportional to environmental impacts. ETot = Eind x P. (The total energy use is the product of the factors Individual energy use and population size). The individual energy use must be minimized. The aim should always be to use as little external energy as possible.

3) Technology must have a large ratio of benefits in relation to environmental costs. Technology always involves an environmental cost and it should therefore be minimized to the utmost necessity. Human labor can often replace much of the technology should primarily be used and benefited. No machine is as efficient as man himself and man gets in moderate amounts increased health and well-being as a consequence.

4) Growth, which is the main cause of the climate and sustainability problems that have arisen for humans, must cease as an objective and be replaced by regrowth, which is the necessity for continued existence. In order to achieve balance, the current situation is a matter of nerve growth in order to reach a balanced level.

5) Production, ie work and manufacturing, must be utility-oriented. It must generate societal benefits in a real sense. Ie. not just an alleged benefit in the sense that something is fun or good or provides great profits for the producer, but that it can be proven and verifiably claimed to deliver something that is needed for people, that is beneficial to people and that generates the least possible environmental impact.

6) An economic system needs to be introduced that counteracts speculation and profit targets, as the current speculative economy with growth and profit interest as a target counteracts sustainable development. Instead, an ecologically based economic system is needed that favors the useful production of goods and services. The economy must also be a service system for the citizen. Bank accounts and transactions must be free of charge and constitute a public service that is financed and managed with common funds, ie state tax funds.

7) The resources on earth must be used according to the earth's ability to reproduce them. It is biology that will determine how much we take out of the ecosystem, not demand or profit interests. Fossil fuels and other fossil resources such as lime, phosphorus, copper, iron, bauxite, lithium, etc. should only be used if you can satisfy a continuous continued use within the foreseeable future (almost infinite). Minerals etc. must therefore be reused virtually indefinitely once they have been extracted from the earth's crust. New assets do not arise in the foreseeable future. Alternative products, such as biologically produced polymers, can be an alternative to the finite resources in the earth's crust.