Since the start of the 21st century, humanity has recognized global challenges, from climate change to inequality. Addressing these challenges requires cooperation at a global scale to prevent ecological disasters, social chaos, and conflicts. The CosmoPolitical Cooperative was created to foster the large-scale agreements needed to solve these urgent problems.
Humankind realises since the turn of the 21st century that it faces common, global issues. These issues, which we call the global challenges of the 21st century, are generally listed as being the following:
climate change, the loss of biodiversity (loss of species and loss of individuals in common species of wild life), and more generally the excessive and unsustainable pressure that humankind exerts on the natural environment that supports human civilisation;
the massive inequalities in wealth and income within countries, and among countries.
Confronted with these global trends, feeling grows that the world is governed by a global, selfish oligarchy, doing nothing to prevent a global collapse made of ecological disaster, social chaos, political fragmentation and nationalistic wars.
Solving these problems requires large-scale cooperative agreements on sharing fairly the costs, benefits and risks of the adaptations that are required from our societies to reach the Society of Agreement, within the very short time frame given left to us by the physical and biological laws governing climate change and resource depletion. This is a daunting task.
We create the CosmoPolitical Cooperative to enable the large-scale cooperative agreements needed to solve, on time, the global challenges of the 21st century.