Humanity has developed since its inception. The modern species have been exploiting the unthinkable of the resources present on Earth. This calls for action because it has led to overexploitation of resources making an insecure future for our future generation. Pollution of air, water and soil leads to an insecure future in terms of access to fresh air, water and soil to grow food. Overexploitation of fuels is ensuring that future generations don’t even have to study organic chemistry because it would be studied by historians. We are shackling our future generations to the very limited resources that we plan to leave them. It is the designated resources of future that rich conglomerates thrive on. These arguments call for action or rather called for action and that’s when in 1987 environmentalists-cum-diplomats came up with the term sustainable development referring to developing and exploiting resources just enough to meet our demands meanwhile ensuring a secure access to these resources for our future generations. Finally in 2015, world leaders passed the sustainable development goals which set it for 2030.