It becomes more and more obvious that our well being as individuals as well as modern society depends on how we deal with nature and it’s sources. In today’s globalization, the primary drive for many designers would appear to be commercial success, rather than fostering environmental considerations with ethical responsibility. We participate in an over-consumptive culture and endanger an ecosystem that is changing for the worst rapidly. It is becoming clear that we, designers, must act more environmentally responsive and use design as an important world-saving tool. We need to go beyond the trend of many commercial organizations that are content with simply ‘greening’ their brands, and establish more permanent solutions. We need to stimulate radical change about what our concept of design is so that we can create a strong position in maintaining sustainability. While redefining the role of design in this new world order, we should support direct communication between governments, media, commercial organizations, educational institutions and consumers in order to establish long-term sustainable vision. Our core mission should be making sustainable design a standard practice in all aspects of a human-designed environment, and a pledge to reduce our carbon footprints immediately.