UNITED NATIONS AND CONTEMPORARY GOVERNANCE / GE 3 Lesson 4 (Group 4)



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Global governance brings together diverse actors to coordinate collective action at the level of the planet. The goal of global governance, roughly defined, is to provide global public goods, particularly peace and security, justice and mediation systems for conflict, functioning markets, and unified standards for trade and industry. One crucial global public good is catastrophic risk management – putting appropriate mechanisms in place to maximally reduce the likelihood and impact of any event that could cause the death of 10 percent of humanity across the planet or damage of equivalent magnitude.


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CREDITS TO THE FOLLOWING GROUP 4 STUDENTS:
Members:
NARCISO, MARINEL ASEDILLO
OBENITA, BONA FE LUSANOY
ONES, SHEENA AMAZOLA
ORTEGA, MAYBELLE PRUDENTE
PADAONG, PRECYLL BALDADO
PEREZ, LESLIE ANN T.
QUIRANTE, JHAMICA YSHE BALDOZA
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Management
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