The United Nations Declaration on Universal Human Rights has existed as a reference document for approximately 62 years despite Universal Human Rights and Dignity are the essences of being. The US should join force with the UN and the global community to advance the document from a Declaration to an International Universal Human Rights binding treaty. Human rights no longer pertain only to individualism, race, ethnicity, gender, economical, social, civil, political, religion and cultural but also to environmental, migration, quality of life, and well being. Therefore, the fundamentals of human rights must evolve and be enforced along with Environment Protection and Rights treaty to adjust to such factors as continuous environment degradation, exploitation, pollution, and toxics; population increase; transformation of societies and people; and global warming and climate change. Obtaining a consensus treaty would be a historic landmark achievement for the global community and critical and urgent for continuing progress on civil rights, human rights, dignity, and well being in this nation and the world. And for bolstering efforts to support and advance global democracy, liberty, civil rights, peace, harmony, inclusiveness, diversity, pluralism, prosperity, security, universal human rights, dignity, and well being worldwide.