Abstract The Construction of Global Resource and Environment Security Culture from the Perspective of a Community of Shared Future for MankindHUAN Qingzhi1(1. Peking University, Beijing 100871, China)Abstract: The discussion on “promoting the building of a community of shared future for mankind” in the report to the 19th CPC National Congress clearly presents itself as an upgraded version or version 2.0 of an international relationship concept and strategy. This is not only reflected in the fact that it has been explicitly incorporated into the grand system of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, but also embodied in three content levels or dimensions (core concept, discourse system and institutional framework, and strategic measures). Therefore, it needs particular attention from now on that how this concept and strategy should be implemented in practice, although it by no means indicates the theoretical discussion of itself is no longer important. The development of a community of shared future for mankind, as a systematic implementation of the concept and strategy in international relations, the premise of which, at least, calls for the integrity and mutual agreement of the above three content levels or dimensions. In specific to the construction of a community of shared future for mankind in the field of natural ecology, a fundamental aspect of the Belt and Road Initiative actively implemented by China is to strive to disseminate, demonstrate and create a global resource and environmental security (community) culture.