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Global food and water shortages threaten to overshadow other environmental issues we face in the near future. Unfair trade practices, climate change, and growing populations have long caused controversy over their effects on our planet's dwindling natural resources. How are we going to deal with these problems?
As women gain powerful leadership positions in some countries, in others, it seems progress for women's rights is at a standstill. Despite how far women have come in the past century, men still hold the majority of governmental power worldwide. But what if it were the other way around? How would the world be different if women were running the show?
The days of climate change denial are quickly coming to an end. The discussion is no longer centered around IF it is happening, but to what extreme - and who is to blame. Does the U.S. have a moral obligation to reach out to developing communities where rising sea levels, salination, famine, drought and increased weather-related disasters have a much larger impact? Cutting emissions is a good long term solution, but what about people who are suffering now?