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Do You KNOW?
The number of severe storms and droughts is I NCR EA SING every year.
The Arctic Ocean could be ice free in summer by 2050 Global sea levels could rise by more than 20 feet
Do You KNOW?
Fossil fuel might be exhausted in 40 years
We are not allowed to ignore global challenge issues like these and have our eyes blindfolded WE KNOW
A GLOBAL VILLAGE The world where we live must be REORDERED as A GLOBAL VILLAGE WE KNOW
Inevitably there are universal principles and obligations that real global citizens must obey WE KNOW
VISION What is our VISION for the new world order?
MOVE How can we do together to MOVE the world?
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