Global Warming Via Globalisation

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GLOBALWARMING VIA
GLOBALISATION

ABSTRACT

SUBMITTED BY:
SANJAY.K
2ND SEM MBA
PIMS, MUNNAD.

Global warming is the rise in the average temperature of earth’s atmosphere and oceans. Globalization is the process of extending social relations across world space. Such extension results in simultaneous development in technology and trade. Some of them cause harm to the atmosphere and invites global warming. The increase in the earth’s average surface temperature due to the effect of green house gases such as carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels etc leads to global warming. As a part of globalization the invention of new technologies has created much smoke and dust which does harm to the nature. The two terms globalization and global warming are closely related. What globalization does to the atmosphere is global warming even though it brings in development.

GLOBALWARMING VIA GLOBALISATION
Introduction
Globalisation is a reason for global warming. Globalisation means a global market. It introduces indigenous products of a country to new global market. The exchange of such goods including the goods which cause global warming. This in turn promotes the usage of such chemicals. But the advantage is that goods & services which help in preserving our world can also be introduced across the globe. For eg: non-polluting vehicles. This is the same for water pollution. Since all types’ goods and services are marketed globalisation promotes the usage of goods that cause global warming and water pollution. Polluting water in turn creates water scarcity.

Since the population is growing their needs will increase the production of such items at international level.

Globalisation will also promote the fuels and machines that cause less pollution. So buyers will be more for such items which will create a competition between industries to produce less polluting goods so that consumers would buy more. Globalisation is often referred to when discussing things such as trade, travel or large international companies and people think that it has nothing to do with them. No matter where people live in the world, however, they can be affected by globalisation on environment, an individual, local, national and global scale. Globalization and Environment

Globalization is altering the global environment. Some perceive the net ecological impact of globalization as positive, as a force of progress and better lives. It fosters economic growth and cooperative institutions, both necessary in the long run to manage the global environment. Others see the net impact as negative, as a force sinking the globe into a bog of ecological decay. It is accelerating the destructive process of too many people consuming too many natural resources without any concern for equality or justice. Globalization involves multiple and complex sets of overlapping processes. Inevitably, there will be manifold and at times cross-cutting effects on the global environment. It is important to highlight that not only does globalization impact the environment, but the environment impacts the pace, direction and quality of globalization. At the very least, this happens because environmental resources provide the fuel for economic globalization, but also because our social and policy responses to global environmental challenges constrain and influence the context in which globalization happens. * Global warming and Greenhouse effect

After 150 Years of Industrialization, Climate Change is Inevitable. Global warming-also called climate change-refers to the worldwide rise in temperatures as the result of “greenhouse effect”. Greenhouse gases are released by activities such as the burning of fossil fuels, land clearing, and agriculture. 1. How Do Humans Contribute to the Greenhouse Effect?

While the greenhouse effect is an essential environmental prerequisite for life on Earth, there really can be too much of a good thing. The problems begin when...
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