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Twenty Global Issues, Twenty Years to Solve Them

Jean-François Rischard presents his list of the 20 most pressing issues facing the global community in the next 20 years.

From sharing global resources to sharing global humanity, Jean-François Rischard presents his list. How can we solve these issues in the next 20 years?

 Twenty Global Issues, Twenty Years to Solve Them
Sharing our planet: Issues involving the global commons
Global warming
Biodiversity and ecosystem losses
Fisheries depletion
Water deficits
Maritime safety and pollution
Sharing our humanity: Issues requiring global commitment
Massive step-up in the fight against poverty
Peacekeeping, conflict prevention, combating terrorism
Education for all
Global infectious diseases
Digital divide
Natural disaster prevention and mitigation
Sharing our rule book: Issues needing a global regulatory approach
Reinventing taxation for the 21st century
Biotechnology rules
Global financial architecture
Illegal drugs
Trade, investment and competition rules
Intellectual property rights
E-commerce rules
International labor and migration rules
Adapted from "High Noon: 20 Global Problems, 20 Years to Solve Them". Copyright

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