Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò is calling for the creation of an Anti-Globalist Alliance “under the Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the only King and Savior,” to fight back against the establishment of the New World Order.
Dr. Peter McCullough and other top scientist and doctors speak out at the COVID-19 Florida Summit in Ocala Nov 6, 2021, “Our public health agencies have become part of the disease and the vaccines are now a menace on society” There shall be no childhood vaccination, complete recognition of natural immunity, and no impediments to medical treatment of COVID-19.
About the Report This report was produced within the framework of the Global Governance 2022 program, organized by the Global Public Policy Institute in Berlin, in collaboration with partner institutions in the United States (The Brookings Institution and Princeton University), China (Tsinghua University and Fudan University), and Germany (Hertie School of Governance). GG2022 brought together 24 young professionals from the US, China and Germany for three meetings, one each in Berlin (26-30 August 2012), Beijing (7-11 January 2013) and Washington, DC (5-9 May 2013). During these meetings, the GG2022 fellows jointly discussed challenges of global governance in the year 2022 and beyond, with a particular focus on three areas: cyber security, energy security, and development. This report summarizes the work of the GG2022 working group on global cyber security governance. To explore possible futures in global cyber security governance, the working group used a scenario planning methodology with techniques developed extensively in the field of future studies. The diverse nationalities, backgrounds, and expertise of working group members contributed crucial assets for devising national strategies and solutions. During the three sessions, the working group also met with leading academic experts and policymakers in the field of cyber security from all three countries. We are grateful to all these experts for their valuable input. We would also like to thank the organizers and funders of the GG2022 program and everyone else who contributed to making the program possible, most especially Joel Sandhu and Johannes Gabriel. We are also grateful to Alex Fragstein for her design work and Oliver Read for editing.
In November 2015, sixty-five international public and private sectors leaders participated in Food Chain Reaction, a simulation and role-playing exercise to improve our understanding of how governments, institutions, and private sector interests might interact to address a crisis in the global food system.
Over the course of two days, the players reacted to a scenario set five years in the future in a world where population growth, rapid urbanization, extreme weather and political crises combine to threaten global food security. By collaborating, negotiating, and confronting tradeoffs, they offered new insights into our food future.
Findings from game will be announced in January 2016.
Food Chain Reaction was produced by World Wildlife Fund and the Center for American Progress, with game design from CNA. Funding and technical support for Food Chain Reaction was provided by Cargill with major support from Mars, Inc.
Panel Discussion: Can Climate Change Break the Global Food System
On February 11, 2016 a panel of experts discussed the findings of Food Chain Reaction: A Global Food Security Game at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
Adding climate change to an already volatile mix of disruptions to global food security means more profound and urgent consequences for the global food system. Policies and actions affecting trade, climate and national security can exacerbate food system pressures and volatility worldwide. Panelists examined these issues and proposed policy recommendations to promote resilience and global food security.
The event featured an introduction by Michael Werz of the Center for American Progress (CAP), keynote speaker Senator Tom Daschle, Center for American Progress Chairman and Founder and CEO of The Daschle Group, moderator Alan Bjerga of Bloomberg News and panelists Tim Bodin of Cargill, David McLaughlin of World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Matthias Berninger of Mars Incorporated, Geraldo Martha of EMBRAPA Labex-USA and Nutan Kaushik of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI).