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Global Issues

             There are three imperative Issues facing our global community; Economy, Environment, Food and clean drinking water. Economy is a vital part of life in our world, if the global community is deficient, every country in the world will be affected. Our planets environment is also a key point of interests in our global population, food production, global warming and environmental disaster’s. Food and sanitary drinking water are essential needs in our world, without it many people will be malnutrition and die. In the next three paragraphs’s there will be a vast amount of discussion on the three topics at hand. .
             Economy on our planet is a key element to the survival of billions of people. The word itself comes from the Greek “oikonomia,” meaning management of a household. In that context, economy would include not only financial exchanges, but also a range of social and environmental transactions people undertake to make a living. These external transactions may include industrial output and energy consumption, as well as the unpaid work of women and children hauling water or fuel-wood, the burning of rainforest to clear land on which to grow food for one’s family, drug-trafficking and other crime, traditional barter, and cooperative labor exchange. With these positions in our global community, it is affected both for the better and poorer. As a complete whole, our global community is affected by the choices made by others, others who we may not know or ever see. Choices made in other countries can and will affect the countries you reside in. Overall economy in our world is as essential as any other topic at hand. .
             Our environment not only affects our pollution and green house problems, but also plays a complete role in the food chain. Human impacts on the natural world are both more apparent and more widespread than ever before in history. It is increasingly more difficult to clean up existing environmental disasters and halt further degradation of important natural resources.