Sustainability as well as its relative terms are of great importance and now greatly mobilize the global community. This gives NOMO the opportunity to explore the possibility of designing a long-term sustainability strategy through actions related to the natural environment or the manifestations of material heritage and at the same time to seek as much as possible both the measurement and the reduction of environmental impact. .

Man, like all living things, has always used the earth’s natural resources to meet his vital needs.

Man, like all living things, has always used the earth’s natural resources to meet his vital needs. The industrial and technological revolution of the last two centuries, however, resulted in the gradual but ever-increasing intensification of the exploitation of natural wealth in an uncontrollable way, as the finite possibilities of the environment for self-reproduction were not recognized. The limits that had to be set on growth, due to this inherent weakness, created the need for a balanced relationship between economic growth, the natural environment and society.

So society and the environment were added as factors to that of the economy. These additions are approached by the development of concepts such as sustainability, sustainability, sustainable and sustainable development. To be precise, according to the term Sustainable Development, the three factors, economy, environment, society should have a balanced relationship of interdependence. These factors are organically integrated, constituting the concept of space, as a natural and man-made environment. Space and all its manifestations, therefore, are an integral part of sustainable development and are constantly redefined over time, both through and without human intervention. 

SPACE as the first thematic axis of the actions of NOMO AMKe is interrelated with the concept of sustainability, sustainable development, etc. The actions included in this thematic axis are the starting point for the broader planning of a sustainable strategy, the as well as perhaps an incentive to explore ways of networking public and private actors to meet the challenges of sustainable development and prosperity in general. In this way, NOMO operates with the environment as a priority but at the same time expresses extroversion because it cooperates with the international community which has stressed the need for both international synergy and national action and human intervention in general.

There is evidence that increased levels of cultural participation have a positive effect on both encouraging social cohesion by supporting the integration of marginalized groups and prosperity and health in general.