Today, we the people of this planet belong to diverse nationalities, cultures, languages raising our voices in the same issues, want to be individual in the same way; dreaming for change. But todays uniqueness lies hidden in everydays normality beyond the abundance of kiss-and-tell. As Carbonaro [ TDP 2006, Carbonaro ] tells We have to bear in mind that the heroes of our time are no longer those super heroes graced with extraordinary powers and muscle, but normal people such as firemen, doctors in emergency wards, forensic police scientists, small and peaceful hobbits, short-sighted children who happen to live extraordinary adventures and experiences. So, we as an individual in guise of a businessman, a consumer, a social worker or in the form of some other else become a todays hero, be a leader of this change.

Where do we stand today? Have all the alarming reports had an effect? How much evidence needs to be presented before concrete action is taken? And if these actions are taken, will they be in time? Will enough means be put to use to turn the tide? Will the polluting society make way for an ecological community? And in the end who will take the responsibility and give you an idea about the way of revolutionizes? We will find the answer in course of our discussion but all we know that the process of change is in full swing. Slowly but surely, we are saying goodbye to the polluting society. But this process is not an easy one. There is often resistance to change as we believe the fundamental change processes are influenced by at least three factors: desire, pain, and force.

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Chanchal Kumar Kundu was a Student, M.Sc. in Applied Textile Management University of Boras, Sweden and currently Faculty Member Department of Textile Engineering Prime asia University Dhaka, Bangladesh