There's no better time for the adage: think globally, act locally.
What does TGAL stand for?
TGAL stands for Think Globally, Act Locally
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 4 other meanings of TGAL in our Acronym Attic
- Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code (Australia)
- Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code Council (Australia)
- The Great American Diving Company (Missouri)
- The Great American Film Project (Austin, TX)
- Texas Gospel Announcers Guild (Houston, TX)
- The Greatest American Hero (1981 movie)
- Technical Grade of the Active Ingredient (environment)
- Texas Gender Advocacy and Information Network
- The Gospel According to Jesus (book)
- Templeton Global Advisors Limited (investment company; Bahamas)
- Thousand gallons
- Trout Guides and Lodges Tasmania
- Taunton Group of Advanced Motorists (Institute of Advanced Motorists)
- That Guy's a Maniac (gaming website)
- The Gallery Accommodation Mccrae (Australia)
- The Great Airport Mystery
- The Great American Movement
- Tiroler Gesellschaft Für Allgemeinmedizin (Tyrolese Association for General Medicine Austria)
- The Great American Music Machine (radio station)
- Thermogravimetric Analysis Mass Spectrometry
Samples in periodicals archive:
Think globally, act locally, make sustained profits?
The 1990s aphorism, think globally, act locally, must be understood with two meanings.
Think Globally, Act Locally One response to the downside of our money-based economy is the recent growth of alternative currency and barter trading systems.
The planting of AMERICAN FOREST' 'hometown trees' are also the embodiment of Rene Dubois' advice: think globally, act locally.
Therefore, in the 1990s, as these mammoth, intercontinental enterprises dominate the world economy, Think Globally, Act Locally no longer serves as shorthand to guide thought and action.
Byline: Richard Nangle WORCESTER - Think globally, act locally.
Taking the time to remove invasive plants and replace them with non-invasive varieties is a great example of bringing new energy to the old adage: think globally, act locally," said Steve McCormick, president of The Nature Conservancy.