In their annual economic forum in Mexico, the World Economic Forum has had a meeting which brought together over 1.6 trillion people from around the world. This is a huge amount of people and they bring with them a massive amount of trade. With such a large amount of money at stake and so many people coming together it's easy to see why this is such a great reset. Many people will use the economic forum as a platform to express their fears and hopefully have them removed from power.
Many citizens from the developing nations feel that the economic forum does nothing more than promote commerce among all nations and not offer any solutions for the problems of those in developed countries face. For those in the developing world this may prove true. However, when you look closely at the actual issues that arise from those issues, you'll see that the problems are often caused by the greed of other nations and the lack of cooperation on a global scale. With the problems that the poor people of the world face, it's hard to see why the wealthy nations don't band together and find a way to help solve the issues that they face. Instead, they often look at those in the poor nations and offer aid where they can, but many times it doesn't come in enough or is not in accordance with their interests.
Some in the developed world believe that the economic forum was set up by the global warming denialists. These people are wrong, as it is very common sense to believe that if we are to save the planet that we need to cut down on the number of cars being driven each year. It is also necessary to reduce the amount of garbage being put out each day as well. When too much garbage is put out and the air is filled with pollution, it's hard for the environment to breath and thus it needs to be cleaned out.
By cutting down on the amount of global warming denialism that is being spread around the world, the rich nations can truly help with the poor, and yes the middle class. The poor countries simply can't deal with the level of pollution of their land is growing in conjunction with. Many have asked the question; “Why should we spend our money in the first place to help these poor countries when the richest nations of the world aren't doing anything to help them with the pollution?” Unfortunately, the answer wasn't very helpful and didn't offer much of anything for the poor. So, while the economic forum may have started out poorly, it has certainly helped catapult the poor nations into fighting back against the pollution that has been plaguing their water and land.
While the world economic forum isn't perfect, at least it is helping nations that want to improve the way they do business in order to generate more revenue and create jobs. However, it does seem like the rich nations aren't doing much more than lip service to address the issue. Maybe the poor countries need to take another look at how they operate their businesses in tandem with the rest of the world and realize that the richer nations aren't doing much more than just giving lip service. Perhaps, the poor and the middle class would all benefit from a little economic stimulus package directed towards the poorer nations around the world, and this could be the beginning of a major shift towards environmentalism.
Perhaps, the economic forum has done what it was intended to do, which was to bring the world together. Whether the world will come together and solve the pressing issues facing our planet or not remains to be seen. For now, the world economic forum has done its job, and perhaps, this will be the beginning of a new golden age for the world economy.
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