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The lesson of Copenhagen 2009 is that we must cooperate with a global society project.

"Let us build together a new world based on the project of a sustainable global society without exclusion or hunger where everyone locally benefits shelter, education, health care, basic human rights to speech, assembly and democratic institutions !"

The lesson of Copenhagen 2009 is that we must cooperate.

 

"Let us build together a new human world based on the project of a sustainable global society without exclusion or hunger where everyone locally benefits shelter, education, health care, basic human rights to speech, assembly and democratic institutions !"

 

 

The only choice is between global immediate cooperation or endless wars, large extermination of human and natural life and possible annihilation.

In spite and because of the inevitable obstacles to cooperation, whatever may seem to prevent us to cooperate must be...

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Superdog.Org:

Superdog.Org This, the creation of the Superdog.Org, begins in 1999 with a personal quest due to my own realizations growth and awareness .  Both my studies in business administration, economy and finance, and my professional years of international business experience have brought me to question economy and finances as it was conceived and, as it had been and still is taught.  It seemed to me then, and the notion still seems valid to me today, that economy and finances should encompass more than what they do. And that economic indexes and balance sheets should reflect more of the...

The lesson of Copenhagen 2010 is that we must cooperate.:

The lesson of Copenhagen 2010 is that we must cooperate.   The only choice is between global immediate cooperation or total war and annihilation. In spite and because of the inevitable obstacles to cooperation, whatever may seem to prevent us to cooperate must be overcome without violence.   The consequence of the absolute necessity for universal cooperation is the need to provide a global social contract between Life and Man where war and violence as a way to gain advantage or resolve conflict is definitely abandoned and condemned.   Populations will only elicit cooperation in...