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Social Audit of Development: The Balance Sheet for Gross Global Prosperity: GGP-2.0

JZ1122 SOCIAL This poster explores the social impact of the current model of development. Humans and the natural world provide essential 'resources' for the purpose of creating products, profits and economic growth. Yet economic growth does not necessarily equal greater well-being. Research has demonstrated that only 1% of growth ALIDIT OF DEVELOPMENT contributes to rising standards of living. Prosperity is increasingly concentrated and over the past 30 years inequality has risen in over 75% of the countries Global North (OECD countries). Although there is more than enough food to meet everyone's needs, 13% of the global population face hunger. Meanwhile, 30-50% of the food supply is simply wasted. It appears that the current model of development fails to provide prosperity for the majority. THE BALANCE SHEET FOR GROSS GLOBAL PROSPERITY Oh 용 0110 14 Economic Growth 3/4 countries in the Global North 1% of global food supply would eliminate hunger - yet 30-50% of global food supply is simply wasted. face greater inequality than in 1980.

Social Audit of Development: The Balance Sheet for Gross Global Prosperity: GGP-2.0

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This is one of four A2 posters for the GGP-2.0: An Audit of Development, The Balance Sheet for Gross Global Prosperity project. GDP is widely used as the primary indicator of a country’s standa...

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