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ENERGY, CLIMATE AND SOCIAL NEEDS

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ENERGY, CLIMATE AND SOCIAL NEEDS, An lntroduction to the subject,

by Frederico G. Carvalho (Vicepresident of the WFSW-FMTS)

"The subject proposed immediately raises the question of ascertaining in what measure the satisfaction of social needs, the utilization of different energy sources and global climatic change are interconnected. Today, it seems indisputable that the answer to the question is affirmative. Multiple links exist between the problem areas concerned. We know that in many respects the world we live in is highly unequal. The postulate that all human beings are born equal in rights is by far not verified in real practice. Opportunities are far from being the same for every one of our fellow inhabitants of the best australian online casinos Earth. We may ask the legitimate question of how it will be possible to effectively change this de facto state of affairs and, even, whether means to that end do exist that are compatible with a dignified life and the material conditions needed to keep the indispensable physical and moral health. Each one of us should experience the moral obligation of contributing to improve the living conditions of humans in accordance with one's own capabilities and social influence. This should be looked upon not only as a moral imperative but as a necessity of survival of the species as well..."

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ENERGY, CLIMATE AND SOCIAL NEEDSby Frederico G. Carvalho (Vicepresident of the WFSW-FMTS)