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Globalization Gap, The: How the Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Left Further Behind by Robert A. Isaak

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Chapter 12. Global Crises We Will All Face

 

As forests have been felled and aquifers drawn down; as the atmosphere has filled with toxins and the oceans have been fished to exhaustion; and as the climate itself has begun to talk back, holding up a mirror to our profligate ways, the world has seen the dangers of business as usual.

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 --KOFI ANNAN, Beyond the Horizon (2002)

The growing gap between rich and poor will aggravate interrelated crises, such as overpopulation, epidemics, unemployment, illiteracy, environmental degradation, civil war, and the loss of legitimacy of American hegemony.

Every day, each individual has a part in the social and environmental construction of the world. But much of the time, ...

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