Protection of the global life-support systems.
II. Protection of the global life-support systems
III. Planetary state of emergency
IV. Earth biodiversity zone
V. Moratorium on all development within the planetary biodiversity zone
VI. Preventive actions against polluters
VII. Global Protection Agency (GPA)
Our planet is populated with living beings consisting of millions of different life forms interacting with each other to survive, thus forming an intricate web of life in different ecosystems on the planet. The interaction and interdependence between life forms are the driving force that creates and maintains an ecological - environmental equilibrium that has sustained life on Earth for millions of years enabling it to evolve, flourish and diversify. Global Community values Earth’s diversity in all its forms, the non-human as well as the human.
On Earth’s surface exists a diversity of arctic, temperate and tropical ecosystems with many different varieties of plants, animals, and human beings, all of which are dependent on soils, waters and local climates. Biodiversity, the diversity of organisms, depends on maintenance of ecodiversity, the diversity of ecosystems. Cultural diversity – which in effect is a form of biodiversity – is the historical result of humans fitting their activities, thoughts and language to specific geographic ecosystems. Therefore, whatever degrades and destroys ecosystems is both a biological and a cultural source.
Along with the lost of life, there is also the urgent human need to survive, and for this reason Global Community has declared a planetary state of emergency which then brought up the need of the Global Community Movement to Help
II. Protection of the global life-support systems
Global Community asks how meaningful is the right to life or to participation in political life if the ecological base (the base of life) and the global life-support systems are seriously threatened:
* wilderness is vastly disappearing; species of the fauna and flora becoming extinctAnd all these related aspects must be looked after by all of us for our survival as a species and for all other lifeforms on our planet. Global security can only be achieved if it can be shared by all peoples and through global co-operation, based on principles as explained in the Global Constitution such as justice, human dignity, and equity for all and for the good of all. All people and states are protected by Global Community. Security must be achieved by other means than wars. We might as well shelved the war industry from humanity right now and that means phasing out all nuclear, biological, chemical weapons right now. No waiting! That also means having inspectors verifying the phasing out in all nations of the world, and not just in some Middle East country. The nature of global security has changed since the rise of Global Community. Security used to be about the protection of the state and its boundaries, people, institutions and values from an outside threat. Global Community emphasizes as a priority the prohibition of external interference in the internal affairs of sovereign states. Today the security of people within Global Community is just as important as the security of states. Citizens must be secure. There are many threats to security other than the threats to the global life-support systems and threat caused by weapons of mass destruction and the threats to the sovereignty of a state, and they include:
* fisheries are out of control and will cease to be a part of our diet within a few decades;
* the global Oxygen supply in the air we breathe is dangerously affected by both the burning of petroleum products and deforestation; our ways of life affect the capacity for photosynthesis;
* losses of forest cover and of biological diversity;
* climate change affects everyone and everything;
* the ozone layer is dangerously damaged by man-made chemicals;
* global warming causes major local and global problems and forces the climate to change;
* our drinking (fresh) water is becoming more polluted and the increase in population requires much more fresh unpolluted water; our ways of life affect dangerously the water cycle;
* clean air no longer exists; air contains chemicals affecting life all over the planet;
* farmers do not generally engage on their own in investment in soil conservation and despite all other efforts the world is losing its best soils; global food production systems should be made to feed people as oppose to be competing for money;
* everyone wants to consume more products and thus use more of Earth essential resources which are becoming much harder to obtain and create more pollution and wastes, and no one seems to know what to do with wastes; wastes of all kind including nuclear and release of radiation;
* wars destroy not only human lives and community infrastructures but also other lifeforms and the environment; wars feed the economies of war makers, weapons manufacturers, and predator nations in control of the last 100 hundred years left of oil supplies in the world; and
* chemicals produced for human use and not found in nature and, eventually, reaching the environment with impacts on Earth's waters, soils, air, and ecology.
* the proliferation of conventional small armsAs a first step to getting help in managing those threats to security, all nations can and should approve the first three sections on the Scale of Global Rights . The approval would supersede a nation political and physical border anywhere in the world. The Global Protection Agency (GPA) would have the approval from all member nations to give immediate help. Somewhat like an emergency unit but at the global level. That is what those first three sections mean: an efficient and immediate emergency response to help. First, participating member nations need to give their approval to the GPA. The GPA is a short term solution, an immediate response to help. There are also long term solutions. As with the short term solution, the most significant long term solution is also related to the Scale of Global Rights.
* the terrorizing of civilian populations by domestic groups
* gross violations of global rights
III. Planetary state of emergency
Is this a sustainable system?
We need to recognize the failure of fundamental systems and to abandon the notion that all there is to do is recalibrate the institutions that structure our lives today. Somewhat like the US Congress is doing. Print dollar bills by the trillions, inject them into the system, and everything will be fine. We need to realize that the way we thought things would work out truly is gone. Capitalism is at the core of this unsustainable system. It gives rise to the high-energy/mass-consumption configuration of privileged societies. We must set-up measures to stop speculators from benefiting from the misery of others, by punishing corrupt politicians, and by collectively understanding that bankers are rich because we have placed our money in their hands. Ultimately, unless we begin to see the world as a whole, in which things are truly interconnected, our governments will continue their hostilities, and when the time comes for us to complain, we will be faced with the guns of the police whom we have helped to create with the payment of our taxes.
It's time for us to come to terms with reality. We need ways of organizing ourselves to help us live in a world with less energy and fewer material goods. We need to recover a deep sense of community that has disappeared from many of our lives. The World is in the global crisis. We are exploiting our natural resources, minerals and fuels faster than we are gaining access to alternative sources. We are polluting the natural environment faster than the environment can regenerate itself to reach the level suitable for human needs. We are changing climate dangerously. Our attitude and way of life show a moral degradation of the existing forms of life on the planet. It's time for us to protect what is left to protect: life itself on Earth. This is the reason for the creation of a planetary biodiversity zone. In this paper we have shown the benefits of biodiversity to humanity and hope this approach will motivate others to help create the zone.
Climate change is a result of the rising global temperatures associated with global warming, the effects of which have a direct impact on all life on Earth. Global warming due to human activities is contributing to the melting of the polar ice caps. The Polar Regions are very sensitive indicators of global warming. These regions are highly vulnerable to rising temperatures and may be virtually ice free by the summer of 2030. Satellite and other monitoring confirm that the Arctic sea ice has been declining in both thickness and size. A significant reduction last summer indicates that the summer ice may disappear much sooner than expected. Obviously something has to be done! We propose a tight global policy, benignly implemented, or it will be very nasty indeed. In practice, a human population of 10 to 12 billion would be too uncomfortably high and would add a high strain on world resources. What kind of world population would be reasonable? What goal should we aim at? A population should be small enough to be sustainable indefinitely and still allow plenty of leeway for ourselves and other lifeforms. It should also be large enough to allow the formation of healthy civilizations. Comprehensive population policies are an essential element in a world development strategy that combines access to reproductive health services, education and economic opportunities, improved energy and natural resource technologies, and to healthier models of consumption and the 'good life'. Would you agree to the promotion of the world development strategy proposed by Global Community ?
Biological diversity means the variety and variability among living organisms, global communities, and the ecosystems in which they are a part. Elements of biodiversity include:
a) genetic diversity which includes the different genetic make-up among individuals of a single speciesThe variety of ecosystem types include forests, grasslands, deserts, wetlands, streams, lakes and oceans, and the global communities within them. These communities interact with each other and with the non-living environment. It is well known that the planet's diversity is being threatened. The effect that human activities have had on our planet have become a major concern. Erosion, pollution, desertification, increased rates of extinction can all be traced back to human activities and are now starting to completely change the future of life on the planet. Development in society affects dangerously biodiversity. Perhaps we should understand better the good of biodiversity. At the ecosystem level, as shown on the folowing table, biodiversity provides numerous benefits and services to Global Community. Global Community has also established a planetary biodiversity zone now under the protection of the Global Protection Agency (GPA). We have declared a moratorium on all development in the zone.
b) species diversity which includes the different species within a particular geographic area, such as the fish, birds, insects, bacteria and plants that live within a wetland
V. Moratorium on all development within the planetary biodiversity zone
The more detailed planetary biodiversity zone in the North Pole region was declared a few years ago to prevent further drilling and development until proper regulations and protection have been established. This would prevent the kind of catastrophic event that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico. The people of all nations are required to respect the moratorium until global law has been completed to include regulations to be enforced by the GPA. Global Community believes that to protect this ecosystem, industrial activity both inside and outside the planetary biodiversity zone must be carefully regulated. Large reserves able to maintain their ecological integrity must be adequately set aside and thorough environmental assessments must be carried out before governments decide to allow any sort of large-scale industrial activity.
What we must do to protect life and create a planetary biodiversity zone Respect the moratorium on all development in the zone
Global Community has declared a moratorium on all development in the zone, including all drilling, military testing, and any other destructive uses of the ecosystems.
The planetary biodiversity zone includes :
- North Pole region
- South Pole region
- all oceans
- all forests
- all lakes
- all rivers and connecting streams
- all wetlands and grasslands
- living organisms and ecosystems in all of the above
The people of all nations are required to respect the moratorium until global law has been completed to include regulations to be enforced by the GPA.
Reduce human population size
A primary cause of ecosystem destruction and species extinctions is the human overpopulation that already far exceeds ecologically sustainable levels. Total world population, now at 6.7 billion, is inexorably climbing by 75 million a year. Every additional human is an environmental “user” on a planet whose capacity to provide for all its creatures is size-limited. In all lands the pressure of numbers continues to undermine the integrity and generative functioning of terrestrial, fresh water, and marine ecosystems. Our human monoculture is overwhelming and destroying Nature’s polycultures. Country by country, world population size must be reduced by reducing conceptions.
Educate our children on the ethics that value life species
Educate our childrenn on the ethics that value life species over consuming resources without restraint, and condemn the social acceptance of unlimited human fecundity. Present need to reduce numbers is greatest in wealthy countries where per capita use of energy and Earth materials is highest. A reasonable objective is the reduction to population levels as they were before the widespread use of fossil fuels; that is, to one billion or less. This will be accomplished either by intelligent policies or inevitably by plague, famine, and warfare.
Ban overconsumption of Earth resources
The greatest threat to the planetary biodiversity zone is the ever-increasing appropriation of the planet’s goods for exclusive human uses. Such appropriation and over-use, often justified by population overgrowth, steals the livelihood of other organisms. The selfish view that humans have the right to all ecosystem components – air, land, water, organisms – is morally reprehensible. It is wrong. Global Rights were researched and developed for all life on our planet, not just for ourselves as human beings. Unlike plants, we must kill to feed, clothe and shelter ourselves, but this is no license to plunder and exterminate. The accelerating consumption of Earth’s vital parts is a recipe for destruction of ecodiversity and biodiversity. Wealthy nations armed with powerful technology are the chief offenders, best able to reduce consumption and share with those whose living standards are lowest, but no nation is blameless. The eternal growth ideology of the market, and Wall Street, must be renounced, as well as the perverse industrial and economic policies based on it. One rational step toward curbing exploitive economic expansion is the ending of public subsidies to those industries that pollute air, land or water and/or destroy organisms and soils. A philosophy of symbiosis, of living compliantly as a member of Earth’s communities, will ensure the restoration of productive ecosystems.
Promote global governance
Concepts of governance that encourage over-exploitation and destruction of Earth’s ecosystems must be replaced by those beneficial to the survival and integrity of Global Community. Everyone is asked to help. A body of environmental law and regulations that confers legal standing on Global Community’s vital structures and functions is required. Country by country, ecologically responsible people must be elected or appointed to governing bodies. Appropriate attorney-guardians will act as defendants when ecosystems and their fundamental processes are threatened. Issues will be settled on the basis of preserving ecosystem integrity, not on preserving economic gain. Over time, new bodies of global law, policy, and administration will emerge as embodiments of the 21st Century life philosophy of Global Community. Implementation will be the work of the Global protection Agency (GPA).
Education and leadership are needed
We all have a duty to spread the word by education and leadership. The initial urgent task is to awaken all people to their functional dependence on Earth’s ecosystems, as well as to their bonds with other species. We must all participate in Earth-wise global community activities, each playing a personal part in sustaining the marvelous surrounding reality. By promoting a quest for abiding values – a culture of compliance and symbiosis with our living planet – it fosters a unifying outlook. By spreading the ecological message and emphasizing humanity’s shared outer reality, will open a new and promising path toward international understanding, harmony, cooperation, stability, and peace.
In order to better protect life on our planet, Global Community is asking people of all nations to defend and protect their natural resources. In particular, all the hydrocarbons within a national territory must be nationalized. It is an obligation, not only of a national government, but also of all the active forces in a country; it is the duty of local and municipal authorities, the duty of state authorities, of everyone, to take upon themselves this defense and this recuperation of natural resources. Nationalization is a necessity because American corporations have been buying local corporations to acquire natural resources of a country. This state of affairs has been going on ever since WWII. Over the past decades, the US national debt and annual deficit have been out-of-control because of a complete business freedom of the US corporate world. No taxation! When a large corporation is about to go out of business, the White House intervened with a bail out. This bail out money is really fake money coming out of nowhere. It was never "earned" money. The USA Government prints out dollar bills by the trillions and gives them to American corporations and banks so they can buy corporations, properties, resources and land of other nations all over the world. They call that economic warfare and free trade.
Global Protection Agency will enforce Global Law. And that is a long term solution to the planetary state of emergency. And that is also how we can solve global problems facing this generation, thus largely improving the quality of life of the next generations, and that is how we will bring about the event of peace amongst us all. In order to create a harmonious and compassionate Global Community I ask everyone to comply with Global Law. God Law, Ecclesiastical Teaching, Civic Law by Government, Natural Processes and Laws, are fundamental pillars of Global Law. I have shown that the building of global communities required a mean to enforce Global Law for the protection of life on Earth. This is a great opportunity for globallateralism. Global Law includes legislation covering all aspects of human activities. The GPA will enforce the law. And that is the third option we offer Global Community. And that is also how we can stop the global warming of the planet and protect the global life-support systems, thus largely improving the quality of life of the next generations. Read about Global Law
The Global Protection Agency provides leadership for training of other countries' citizens who would like to participate in peacekeeping and Earth security ... so that we have a ready cadre of people and nations who are trained, equipped, organised and have communications that they can work with each other.
Results from previous Global Dialogues have showed us that the governance of Earth through global cooperation and symbiotical relationships was the only possible option for a large population such as the Earth's population, and so, to help achieve this goal we have developed the Global Constitution and the Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act to govern ourselves as member nations of Global Community.
God Law, Ecclesiastical Teaching, Civic Law by Government, Natural Processes and Laws, are fundamental pillars of Global Law. The work of Global Community, the global civil society, and the determination of government worldwide, make it possible for everyone to comply with the law. The Global Protection Agency (GPA) enforces the law.
Building global communities requires a mean to enforce Global Law for the protection of life on Earth. Global Civilization guides humanity for the building of global communities. Global Law includes legislation covering all aspects of human activities. As we enact global law, we will begin to take on a much deeper kind of global leadership, one that earns more respect than envy and more gratitude than hatred, one that can catapult the whole planet forward into a future where war is no longer thinkable between nation-states and a legitimate and beneficial global government is able to cope with global problems.
Global Community has made clear that globalization and planetary trading blocks should be serving the Human Family and not the other way around, the people around the world serving the very few rich individuals. Conflicts and wars in the world are often the results of bad trading of arms and oil and the absence of moral responsibility and accountability in our ways of doing business with nations such as those of the Middle East. By applying proper moral safeguards, ethics, and accepting responsibility and accountability of all products (arms and oil in this case), from beginning to end where they become wastes, each corporation would make free trade and globalization serving the Human Family. Over its long past history trade has never evolved to require from the trading partners to become legally and morally responsible and accountable for their products from beginning to end. At the end the product becomes a waste and it needs to be properly dispose of. Now trade must be given a new impetus to be in line with the global concepts of Global Community.
When you do exploration work, develop, manufacture, produce, mine, farm or create a product, you become legally and morally responsible and accountable of your product from beginning to end (to the point where it actually becomes a waste; you are also responsible for the proper disposable of the waste). This product may be anything and everything from oil & gas, weapons, war products, construction products, transportation and communications products and equipment, to genetically engineered food products. All consumer products! All medical products! All pharmaceutical products! In order words, a person (a person may be an individual, a community, a government, a business, an NGO, or an institution) becomes responsible and accountable for anything and everything in his or her Life. To act as a global policing force, as the GPA aspires to do, many foundations must be laid, especially regarding the move from wielding power derived from Global Community to legitimate global leadership.There are many required characteristics that are prerequisite for legitimate leadership:1. Legitimate leadership is built upon trust. Those who are led must largely believe that the leader is committed to integrity, honesty, and transparent inquiry into problems. The leader’s actions must align with his wordsThe defence function of a leader requires that he safeguard the good of the whole by whatever the most skillful means are to accomplish that defence. While that is not a comprehensive catalog of leadership prerequisites, I do think those few requirements are foundational and relatively unquestionable. Without at least a solid foundation of those requirements, the GPA’s actions among nation-states will remain those of a unilateralist leader rather than a global leader. We will be, and should be, legitimated in the role of a global leader among nation-states and validated as an enforcer of global law. Global Community offers a few recommendations for actions that would strengthen and legitimate the GPA’s role as a true global leader by gradually creating an international structure that better safeguards the whole than we can ever do now as a unilateralist leader.
2. Legitimate leadership rests upon checks and balances, which are necessary to ensure power is not corrupted.
3. Legitimate leadership is an act of service. Those in power must show a primary interest in the good of the collective ahead of their self-interest. In this way, true leaders are mission-centered rather than self-centered.
4. Legitimate leadership empowers others appropriately rather than concentrating power disproportionately. In other words, true leaders produce more leaders and empower them as situations demand.
5. Legitimate leadership is visionary, carrying the torch of a possible future.
6. Legitimate leadership is willing to lead by example, including following a foundation of ethics, performing more than one’s share of work, and making sacrifices where appropriate.
7. Legitimate leadership is compassionately fierce when something undermines the good of the whole. In a company this might mean the CEO fires a slacking employee. In a city, the police may jail a murderer. On a global level, this might even mean arresting those breaking global law.
Building global communities require understanding of global problems this generation is facing. There are several major problems: conflicts and wars, no tolerance and compassion for one another, world overpopulation, human activities, as population increases the respect and value of a human life is in decline, insufficient protection and prevention for global health, scarcity of resources and drinking water, poverty, Fauna and Flora species disappearing at a fast rate, global warming and global climate change, global pollution, deforestation, permanent lost of the Earth's genetic heritage, and the destruction of the global life-support systems and the eco-systems of the planet. We need to build global communities for all life on the planet. We need to build global communities that will manage themselves with the understanding of the above problems.
Our world is facing crises of freshwater, food, deforestation, ocean health, and destruction of the global life-support systems. We need leadership in the protection of all our natural resources, in peril because of what we do and what that does to our planet. We are facing a fresh water crisis. We are facing a food crisis. We are facing a crisis over deforestation. And we are facing crises in our oceans. While carbon emissions from fossil fuels pollute the air, land and our oceans, we are facing the climate change crisis. Now is the time to press for leadership. Those who fight to protect life on Earth for this generation and the next ones are the defenders of the environment and the global life-support systems. They know who the beasts are, the planarchists , and how they destroy the living on our planet. They have rallied together all over the world to protect our home, Earth. We know it all! We know how everything works. And we will do whatever it takes to protect life on Earth.
We need ways of organizing ourselves to help us live in a world with less energy and to grow strong caring communities in which we get more of our human satisfaction from caring relationships and less from material goods. We need to reclaim the ideal of being a democratic middle-class people without extremes of wealth and poverty. We need to recover a deep sense of community that has disappeared from many of our lives. This means letting go a sense of ourselves as consumption machines. The lives of all lifeforms and plants on our planet deserve protection, preservation, and care. Global Community disapproves of the limitless exploitation of the natural foundations of life, the relentless destruction of the biosphere, and the militarization of the space within and above the Earth's atmosphere. Global citizens must live in harmony with nature on and above the Earth's surface. This can be achieved within Global Community vision for protecting all life on our planet by:
Global Community believes that to protect the Earth ecosystems, industrial activity both inside and outside the planetary biodiversity zone must be carefully regulated. Large reserves able to maintain their ecological integrity must be adequately set aside and thorough environmental assessments must be carried out before governments decide to allow any sort of large-scale industrial activity. Actions that affect the stability and health of Global Community and its ecosystems need to be identified and publicly condemned. Among the most destructive of human activities are militarism and its gross expenditures, the mining of toxic materials, the manufacture of biological poisons in all forms, industrial farming, industrial fishing, and industrial forestry. Destructive technologies such as these, justified as necessary for protecting specific human populations, enriching special corporate interests, and satisfying human wants rather than needs, will lead to evergreater ecological and social disasters.
It is time for global citizens to come to terms with reality. We need ways of organizing ourselves to help us live in a world with less energy and fewer material goods. We need to recover a deep sense of community that has disappeared from many of our lives. The World is in the global crisis. We are exploiting our natural resources, minerals and fuels faster than we are gaining access to alternative sources. We are polluting the natural environment faster than the environment can regenerate itself to reach the level suitable for human needs. We are changing climate dangerously. Our attitude and way of life show a moral degradation of the existing forms of life on the planet. It's time for us to protect what is left to protect: life itself on Earth. This is the reason for the creation of a planetary biodiversity zone. In this report we have shown the benefits of biodiversity to humanity and hope this approach will motivate others to help create the zone.
In the past, security was thought as better accomplished through military means. Expanding the military capabilities and forming alliances with other nations were the only way to 'win'. Today wars are unlikely to produce winners. Global Community is all over the planet. Ethnic groups are everywhere. Some say there are more Italians in Montreal, Canada that there are in Italy. So we would fight our own people? Wars truly make no sense! The world is too crowded and too small nowadays! And weapons too lethal! So security cannot be achieved through the military. The only job the military should be asked to do today is to protect the global life-support systems. These systems have the highest priority on the Scale of global Rights and are certainly more important than any of the other rights on the Scale including security. Simply because without life there is no other right possible. Without Oxygen there is no life! Without clean water there is no life! So protect life on Earth at all costs. Wars are the biggest threat to life and the ecosystem of the planet. Primordial human rights come next on the Scale of Gobal Rights. Without a shelter life will still exist in some places but is not possible in cold place.
Seeing the world today, Global Community claims that each of us depends on the well-being of the whole, and so global citizens have respect for the community of living beings, people and all other lifeforms, and plants, and for the preservation of Earth, air, water and soil. And that explains why the protection of the global life-support systems is the most important right on the Scale of Global Rights. Without this right there would be no life on our planet.
The GPA recommendations:1. Ban military action in all parts of the world;In this Century, the affairs of humanity appeared to be unfolding in more profound ways. We can no longer perceive ourselves as a People who could survive alone and a People who does not need anyone else. We belong and depend to a much larger group, that of Global Community, the human family. The 21st Century will see limitless links and interrelationships between Global Community and the build up of Global Civilization. New standards, goals and objectives are being defined. Firm universal guidelines are essentials to keep the world healthy. Already we notice new ways of thinking being embraced, new behaviors and attitudes adopted. Global ethics are now required to do business and deal with one another to sustain Earth. Let our time this generation be a time remembered for the awakening of a new reverence for life, the firm resolve to achieve sustainability, the quickening of the struggle for justice and peace, and the joyful celebration of life. Let us build up Global Civilization and its Global Parliament.
2. Lead the way in creating legitimate power for Global Parliament, subjecting ourselves and multinational corporations to taxation that generates money for programs that are focused on world betterment and world problems. As a mark of our global leadership, we should commit a greater percentage of our resources to this effort than any other organization.
3. Hold ourselves to a high standard of compliance around global treaties that aim for collective benefit and the redress of economic, environmental, military, and political problems. Our adherence should be exemplary. Or, if we truly question the merit of a global accord, we should lead the way in creating agreements that even better serve the global interest rather than simply ignoring or undermining the existing attempts.
4. Exert strong global leadership on multinational solutions to pressing health, environmental, and other problems. We should propose innovative new solutions and show leadership in carrying them out, especially in areas such as clean energy development.
5. Take seriously the process of coming clean by exposing corporate interests in politics, lobbying by powerful organizations, subsidies of fringe military groups, etc. When our global government officials commit to be honest and transparent, a much deeper foundation of international trust will be built.
Global Community has been promoting the need for a change in thinking and of doing things amongst all nations. We need to realize what is a priority, what is the most important, and what is the least important for our survival as a species. We need to make hard choices. We need a clear vision. We need a common vision. As never before in history, common destiny amongst all nations beckons us to seek a new beginning. Global Civilization is being built on fundamental principles, a sound science, to propose policies and strategies for the management of global changes. This requires a new sense of global interdependence and universal responsibility. Knowing well the global commons for life survival on our planet, we must develop and apply the vision of a sustainable way of life locally, nationally, regionally, globally, and within ourselves. Our cultural diversity is a precious heritage and different cultures will find their own distinctive ways to realize the vision.
Every individual, family, organization, and community has a vital role to play. The arts, sciences, religions, educational institutions, media, businesses, nongovernmental organizations, and governments are all called to offer creative leadership. In this way, the heart, mind and spirit of Global Civilization will be in the forefront of positive actions to ensure our survival.
We need to build global communities for all life on the planet. The key is personal responsibility. Therefore the individual is the important element, one who takes responsibility for his or her community and the build up of Global Civilization. This individual cares about jobs, homes, and the community.
Amongst the most important issues facing our world today is the controlling of our overpopulated planet. We are asking it to be socially acceptable for women to have the freedom of having or not having children, and to make that socially acceptable. For this to work, women must also be given equal rights to men in every way. Those men and women who choose to raise a family of one or more children will be given support within Global Civilization. The effect of such change in our ways will be acceptance of being a part of Global Civilization, and that each one of us is doing things for the good of all. Can the world become a better place to live in? Of course! Let us launch a global campaign for the restoration and renewal of our planet and ourselves as one humanity, and as Global Civilization. Let us promote the creative actions and the ideas that are healing and nurturing people and planet.
Humanity has reached a point in its evolution where it knows its survival is being challenged. Symbiosis has worked throughout the evolution of life on Earth, and today, our time is the age of global cooperation and social symbiotical relationships. We help one another, joint forces, and accomplish together what we cannot accomplish separately. We must develop and apply the vision of a sustainable way of life locally, nationally, regionally, globally, and within ourselves throughout life. Our cultural diversity is a precious heritage and different cultures will find their own distinctive ways to realize the vision. For our survival as Global Community, and as a collective intelligence, we need to learn about ecological dangers we face, their causes, and how to render them harmless. We all have a strong moral obligation to protect and conserve the biodiversity of life on Earth. Local, community-based economies, are crucial for the well-being of our children, and to make global communities a reality.
In the past, security was thought as better accomplished through military means. Expanding the military capabilities and forming alliances with other nations were the only way to 'win'. Today wars are unlikely to produce winners. The Global Community is all over the planet. Ethnic groups are everywhere. Some say there are more Italians in Montreal, Canada that there are in Italy. So we would fight our own people? Wars truly make no sense! The world is too crowded and too small nowadays! And weapons too lethal! So security cannot be achieved through the military. The only job the military should be asked to do today is to protect the global life-support systems. These systems have the highest priority on the Scale of Global Rights and are certainly more important than any of the other rights on the Scale including security. Simply because without life there is no other right possible. Without Oxygen there is no life! Without clean water there is no life! So protect life on Earth at all costs. Wars are the biggest threat to life and the ecosystem of the planet. Primordial human rights come next on the Scale of Global Rights. Without a shelter life will still exist in some places but is not possible in cold place. There are many related aspects of the global life-support systems:* global warmingSo security must be achieved by other means than wars. We might as well shelved the war industry from humanity right now and that means phasing out all nuclear, biological, chemical weapons right now. No waiting! That also means having inspectors verifying the phasing out in all nations of the world, and not just in some Middle East country. The nature of global security has changed since the rise of the Global Community. Security used to be about the protection of the state and its boundaries, people, institutions and values from an outside threat. Global Community emphasizes as a priority the prohibition of external interference in the internal affairs of sovereign states. Today the security of people within the Global Community is just as important as the security of states. Citizens must be secure. The Global Community is just as important as the security and life of citizens and states. The defence function of a leader requires that he safeguard the good of the whole by whatever the most skillful means are to accomplish that defence.
* Ozone layer
* wastes of all kind including nuclear and release of radiation
* climate change
* species of the fauna and flora becoming extinct
* losses of forest cover and of biological diversity
* the capacity for photosynthesis
* the water cycle
* food production systems
* genetic resources
* chemicals produced for human use and not found in nature and, eventually, reaching the environment with impacts on Earth's waters, soils, air, and ecology
The Global Community Global Justice Movement stands for:
1. Each person has the right to have warmth, clean air, clean water, food and housing, along with access to a quality health and educational system.
2. Every person should be respected, equal, free and able to choose their own destiny.
3. Everyone should be able to fulfill their full emotional, intellectual and spiritual potential.
4. Every person must respect the rest of creation and take responsibility for preserving the environment including the fauna and flora, all of which are interdependent and share a divine origin with humanity.
5. The inalienable rights of the individual include the rights of life, liberty, access to productive property, truly free markets, and equal justice before the law.
6. Global Economic System that is fair for all.
7. It is the duty of democratic government to secure the results the people want from the transparent management of their public affairs, as far as such results do not infringe on the rights of the individual.
8. Global Community Global Peace Movement is about educating ourselves to engage in personal diplomacy in another country. We are given opportunities to meet and listen to some of the leading authorities on such subjects as humanitarian and volunteerism, education, politics, historical, social and cultural perspectives, conflict management, teamwork, world affairs, community involvement, and religion.
9. Global Justice for all Life on the planet and it is about:
* establishing respect for global rights;
* implementing a global regulatory framework for capitals and corporations that emphasizes global corporate ethics, corporate social responsibility, protection of global rights, the environment, community and family aspects, safe working conditions, fair wages and sustainable consumption aspects;
* establishing freshwater and clean air as primordial human rights;
* practicing tolerance and living together in peace and harmony with one another as neighbours;
* promoting the economic and social advancement of all peoples;
* maintaining peace and security in the world by using negotiations and peaceful means;
* finding unity in diversity with all Life;
* establishing the respect for the life-support system of the planet;
* keeping Earth healthy, productive and hospitable for all people and living things, and
* applying the principle that when there is a need to find a solution to a problem or a concern, a sound solution would be to choose a measure or conduct an action, if possible, which causes reversible damage as opposed to a measure or an action causing an irreversible loss.
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