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At Kananaskis, Leaders also announced important work on the fight against terrorism, (and notably the creation of the Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction and the adoption of transport security measures), sustainable development and education for all.Leaders also examined a number of regional issues (the situation in the Middle East, Afghanistan, and India/Pakistan relations). Central to this summit in France was a package of measures on sustainable development. The range of topics include health, law enforcement, labour, economic and social development, energy, environment, foreign affairs, justice and interior, terrorism and trade. What I would like to know is, why is the summit every year surrounded by demonstrators? I don't see our world being a true"global" society. Is this what the demonstrators are concerned about? I hate the fence and think more American's Need To GET off of it! The ministerial meetings bring together ministers responsible for various portfolios to discuss issues of mutual or global concern. If the intention is truly to create a "global" society, then how will that affect us? That is main reasoning why I don't believe a "global" society will work. There are too many people in this world that are power hungry and would not share this with anyone. (As of right now, China is the fourth leading economic power in the world.)So what is the purpose of this group? Although, apparently Russia is the exception to that.
The Players: Canada : Prime Minister Stephen Harper France : President Nicolas Sarkozy Germany : Chancellor Angela Merkel President of the GItaly : Prime Minister Romano Prodi Japan : Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Russia : President Vladimir Putin United Kingdom : Prime Minister Tony Blair United States : President George W.
At the 2005 G8 Summit in Gleneagles an action plan was signed to increase energy efficiency.
Furthermore, it was agreed to work for the increased use of renewable energy in the G8 states, as well as in the large newly industrialising and developing nations.
The country holding the presidency is responsible for planning and hosting a series of ministerial-level meetings, leading up to a mid-year summit attended by the heads of government.
And because I cannot do everything I will not refuse to do the something that I can do." Edward Everett Hale What begin as a simple summit meeting in 1975 to discuss the oil crisis has now risen to become one of the most debated 3 days of the year. Each country takes turns every year at the presidency.