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There are several ways to diagnose whether this problem exists.
1 If exists in any rich countries then you would expect that these countries would Destroying jobs and disinvesting in youth’s future. Know anywhere that is happening? be rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org
You would also expect that communities with the least anywhere in the world would be spiraling ever less chances of sustainability.
2 Look for examples. Wall’s street’s 2008 shows failure both of everyday banking and investment’s banking for future development. Property and healthcare bubbles are examples of failed global markets too. Andersen is an example of a profession that failed to be valued by society’s standards of true and fair. The News of the World is an example of a medium that lost all sense of human sustainability.
3 There are people who care about the future practices of what their ;life became deeply experienced at. They tend to be most unpopular with those experts who are making most money from the historic way of doing something that is becoming in conflict with future’s evolution but that is every reason why we should value deep voices. The Economist first published why the 20th Century’s macroeconomics would need changing if global financial markets were not to meltdown in 1972! All the evidence was in from million hours of interviews of societies that media had come to a crossroads by the late 1980s. Metric professions had also been asked to prepare for when their monopolies spun precisely wrong rules by the 20th C’s great mathematicians , notable Einstein and Von Neumann but denied this Hippocratic responsibility even as global management consultants spawned.