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DEFINITION: growing global network of trade, travel, knowledge and influence - possible to buy and sell products all over the world, to travel to any place and to exchange information across the planet COMPONENTS: environment (ecology, global warming, deforestation, pollution, plunder of resources) culture / society (education, language, tourism / change of lifestyle) economy (production, work, trade, markets) - population (decline vs. expansion, migration / overpopulation, outsourcing) - politics (UN agencies, NGOs, NATO) media (communication, information, surveillance) - technology (scientific and technological advancement, health FUTURE TASKS AND REQUIREMENTS/SOLUTIONS: GLOBALIZATION - thinking locally and globally - being future-oriented; sustainability, raise our awareness to our consumption - improve health and safety standards in developing countries - stewardship of natural resources - redefine our self-interest climate change: change the way humanity behaves behaviours and policies that encourage less waste and smarter use of resources shift the way we make and consume energy deforestation: companies should use recycled wood - government should tackle issues and change politics - promote sustainable choices, take action - reduce consume of deforested things - buy recycled materials - reduce carbon footprint - donate to fundraisers extinction of animals - support companies like WWF ocean cleanup reduce carbon footprint clean up local area - limit paper usage and meat consumption separate waste transport and travel: buy local products build up the economy in developing countries use train/bus instead of plane electric cars walk/use the bike carpools fossil fuels: use renewable energies (solar or wind energy) plundering of resources changes in the...

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lifestyle of people in wealthy countries improvements on environmentally-friendly and renewable energy productions saving of resources (save water, buy local products) pollution: wealth countries could support poor countries (build well accessible filtration equipment) support affected countries chemical water disinfection reduce consumption re-use filter systems, purifiers, desalination overpopulation: - free cheaper birth control legal abortion in every country limited number per couple allowed better care systems for the old - one-child policy education: birth control for girls plastic pollution: reduce production and use (avoid single use plastics) replace them by plastic free options - produce alternative plastics (bioplastics, biodegradable plastics) clean-up the oceans - governments must act (ban products / wrappings, invest in recycling systems and safe alternatives, introduce and raise taxes on plastics) PRO diffusion of new ideas, technology, products, services, lifestyles; gaining access new potential markets and customers; global market area; global trade increase of communication increasing coherence of politics in economy, society and employment due to international standards cooperation through partnerships cultural awareness economic prosperity and work for developing countries major improvements in productivity, innovation and creativity spread of democracy, freedom and human rights - traveling becomes easier - new jobs are available access to world market (hope to get work and prosperity; reduction of poverty wide range of products/food at any time (exports improve economy) growing prosperity for producers (countries can help each other) peaceless, borderless world of shared universal values, ecological stability spread of freedom, democracy and human rights - reduction of wars and conflicts worldwide - spread of traditions and culture greater understanding and tolerance - technological progress fast/better communication and exchange easier traveling, wider range of products - - International cooperation to solve problems (global challenges) CON social goals are being ignored, stand second to financial interests rising competition, increasing dependencies; uncontrolled money flow personal data is less secure; flood of information control by multinationals; degradation of social standards; widening power imbalances rade barriers still exist, e.g. subsidies in agriculture of rich countries keep developing countries away from the world market - erosion of national cultures, massive immigration, migration growing inequality; widening social gaps danger to the environment, massive pollution in third world countries; „outsourcing of (02 emissions; regional and ethnic tensions about natural resources e.g. clean water; biological diversity is destroyed erosion of democracy and fair play through increasing power of multinational companies; corruption dependency on developed countries many people still suffer from malnutrition or die of diseases increasing independence on foreign support, credits and investment unfair/inhumane working conditions people in industrialized countries lose jobs financial crisis in one country can affect others negatively as well (global crisis) danger of increasing corrupt governments massive illegal immigration clash between political systems international affairs more important than national increasing of power of global players doss of control) clash of cultures regional and ethnic tensions (racism) fear that individual cultures will blend into a single global culture (loss of cultural diversity) wider gap between rich and poor diseases can easily spread all around the globe (pandemic) pollution higher (02 emissions Global warming

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DEFINITION: growing global network of trade, travel, knowledge and influence - possible to buy and sell products all over the world, to travel to any place and to exchange information across the planet COMPONENTS: environment (ecology, global warming, deforestation, pollution, plunder of resources) culture / society (education, language, tourism / change of lifestyle) economy (production, work, trade, markets) - population (decline vs. expansion, migration / overpopulation, outsourcing) - politics (UN agencies, NGOs, NATO) media (communication, information, surveillance) - technology (scientific and technological advancement, health FUTURE TASKS AND REQUIREMENTS/SOLUTIONS: GLOBALIZATION - thinking locally and globally - being future-oriented; sustainability, raise our awareness to our consumption - improve health and safety standards in developing countries - stewardship of natural resources - redefine our self-interest climate change: change the way humanity behaves behaviours and policies that encourage less waste and smarter use of resources shift the way we make and consume energy deforestation: companies should use recycled wood - government should tackle issues and change politics - promote sustainable choices, take action - reduce consume of deforested things - buy recycled materials - reduce carbon footprint - donate to fundraisers extinction of animals - support companies like WWF ocean cleanup reduce carbon footprint clean up local area - limit paper usage and meat consumption separate waste transport and travel: buy local products build up the economy in developing countries use train/bus instead of plane electric cars walk/use the bike carpools fossil fuels: use renewable energies (solar or wind energy) plundering of resources changes in the...

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lifestyle of people in wealthy countries improvements on environmentally-friendly and renewable energy productions saving of resources (save water, buy local products) pollution: wealth countries could support poor countries (build well accessible filtration equipment) support affected countries chemical water disinfection reduce consumption re-use filter systems, purifiers, desalination overpopulation: - free cheaper birth control legal abortion in every country limited number per couple allowed better care systems for the old - one-child policy education: birth control for girls plastic pollution: reduce production and use (avoid single use plastics) replace them by plastic free options - produce alternative plastics (bioplastics, biodegradable plastics) clean-up the oceans - governments must act (ban products / wrappings, invest in recycling systems and safe alternatives, introduce and raise taxes on plastics) PRO diffusion of new ideas, technology, products, services, lifestyles; gaining access new potential markets and customers; global market area; global trade increase of communication increasing coherence of politics in economy, society and employment due to international standards cooperation through partnerships cultural awareness economic prosperity and work for developing countries major improvements in productivity, innovation and creativity spread of democracy, freedom and human rights - traveling becomes easier - new jobs are available access to world market (hope to get work and prosperity; reduction of poverty wide range of products/food at any time (exports improve economy) growing prosperity for producers (countries can help each other) peaceless, borderless world of shared universal values, ecological stability spread of freedom, democracy and human rights - reduction of wars and conflicts worldwide - spread of traditions and culture greater understanding and tolerance - technological progress fast/better communication and exchange easier traveling, wider range of products - - International cooperation to solve problems (global challenges) CON social goals are being ignored, stand second to financial interests rising competition, increasing dependencies; uncontrolled money flow personal data is less secure; flood of information control by multinationals; degradation of social standards; widening power imbalances rade barriers still exist, e.g. subsidies in agriculture of rich countries keep developing countries away from the world market - erosion of national cultures, massive immigration, migration growing inequality; widening social gaps danger to the environment, massive pollution in third world countries; „outsourcing of (02 emissions; regional and ethnic tensions about natural resources e.g. clean water; biological diversity is destroyed erosion of democracy and fair play through increasing power of multinational companies; corruption dependency on developed countries many people still suffer from malnutrition or die of diseases increasing independence on foreign support, credits and investment unfair/inhumane working conditions people in industrialized countries lose jobs financial crisis in one country can affect others negatively as well (global crisis) danger of increasing corrupt governments massive illegal immigration clash between political systems international affairs more important than national increasing of power of global players doss of control) clash of cultures regional and ethnic tensions (racism) fear that individual cultures will blend into a single global culture (loss of cultural diversity) wider gap between rich and poor diseases can easily spread all around the globe (pandemic) pollution higher (02 emissions Global warming