Bad Side Of Globalisation Essay

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Globalization

Globalisation is the process of interaction between countries; it can be economically, politically, or

culturally. As our world grows, globalisation has changed positively and negatively which affects our

resources, environment, transnational corporations and economies. Countries around the world are

turning more interdependent as they each depend on each other’s resources and economies. The

bad side to globalisation are like resource depletion, destroying the environment, job labours and

has made countries poorer than before. When there is a bad side there’s always a good side such as

helping people out of poverty, made countries richer and global groups where they try to solve

environmental issues.

Resources are
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People all around the globe either uses or take over

land which will force animals to adapt to different places. This will lead to affecting the environment

negatively. Affecting the environment negatively by this it means that ruining the whole ecosystem

by having animals failing to adapt to a new place and cutting down on too many resources like trees

will cause chaos in the future. We need trees because they help is by removing carbon dioxide from

the air and giving us oxygen. All of this is caused because we are depleting resources massively each

year. All we need to do is to find a solution for all of the depletion, which will lead us to the good

side where people around the world come together a suggest solutions. There have already been

many organisations like the United Nations where they talk about environmental issues, animals or

the ecosystem. They have already talked about the problem of whaling in Japan, but there are some

technical problems for solving it. Like there are some technical difficulties for solving the depletion

problem, we need to do more than just suggestions.

The environment is another example where it is affected effectively mostly by our world. It can
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