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ESD as the right attitude to Globalization

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Kim Pangilinan

on 18 September 2014

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Transcript of ESD as the right attitude to Globalization

Optimist Globalists
They see only the boon of globalizing influences in terms of improved quality of life, higher living standards, and greater social cohesion and understanding.
Pessimist Globalist
They see the dark side of globalization with dominant First World Countries imposing their own economic and political agenda on the world.
Traditional Globalist
They say that the effects of globalization need not to be exaggerated. For them, nation states will continue to play their significant role, while economic and social changes are confined to their regions.
Transformation globalists
This group says that the impact of globalization is not inevitable, so international/national/ local agencies - public and private - should play active roles in the global shift.
ESD as the right attitude to Globalization
ESD takes the proactive stand. It seek to face the dangers of globalization and actualize the process of creating a new world system in the world today.
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