World Problems

Finding the solutions

"Without love, our earth is a tomb"

—Robert Browning

This section gives a quick overview of the top 10 world problems facing humankind today based on information received from various sources in the early 21st century. With enough information gathered to gain a good insight, we also present the personal and large-scale solutions needed to solve them.

Of course, no solution is ever easy to implement. And some of the solutions will not be cheap. However, as time goes by and the problem persists and gets worse with increasing population and inaction (or the wrong types of action), it will only get more expensive until at some point, economics will have to be thrown out the window and a new "non-economic" world order must begin to properly address the problems in the way it should have been done more than a century ago. The only reason why we have not solved the problems is because too many people are profit-motivated and there is an expectation that everyone must support the economic system — either as consumers or business professionals.

This section is an evolving area of our research, with the aim of approaching a better understanding of the problems and their interconnections, as well as finding original solutions and/or refining existing solutions if they are the best available today.

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Contents

  1. WORLD PROBLEM 1
    Human population
  2. WORLD PROBLEM 2
    Environment
  3. WORLD PROBLEM 3
    Education
  4. WORLD PROBLEM 4
    Poverty
  5. WORLD PROBLEM 5
    Refugee crisis
  6. WORLD PROBLEM 6
    Employment
  7. WORLD PROBLEM 7
    Aging population
  8. WORLD PROBLEM 8
    Energy
  9. WORLD PROBLEM 9
    Public health care system
  10. WORLD PROBLEM 10
    Profit