Effects of Immigration Immigration has been occurring since the dawn of time, People moving from one place to another for better living conditions. Immigration is both good and bad for the country that is involved. People bringing in great new ideas to help grow the country but it can also created over population and less job opportunity for the citizens of the country. These are all mentioned in Plymouth Plantation, Mother Tongue, Balboa, and Blaxicans. Immigrants’ impact on America is both negative and positive depending on the viewpoint of the original culture.
This would often affect the locals whose incomes do not increase like the prices of the goods and services. The cost of building tourism related buildings would also increase proportionally. All these will eventually causing difficulties to meet the daily needs for the locals. Socio-cultural Advantages and Disadvantages Impact of tourism is that the quality of life of the local residents will be able to improve due to the development of tourism. They are able to wind down after a day of hard work by enjoying at the stay in the cabins of the tree house along with the high quality food and drinks by the bay.
Content. Definition of water pollution. Water pollution is defined as the water contamination due to the direct or indirect pollutant that were discharge into river and contamination of the chemical that was not properly treated to remove harmful compound. Factors that cause water pollutions. There are several factors that causes the water pollution such as the non-point source, point source, rubbish dumping, industrial waste, and ballast water tank.
Tourism is a growth industry very rapidly now. With the rapid development of technology that also acts as a support person easily reach the distance around the world in shorter lead times and relatively safer. The most rapid growth in the global tourism industry provides benefits as well as challenges for the state government. Expressed simply, sustainable tourism can be defined as: "Tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities" (UNWTO, 2012). Tourism is one thing that is so important to Indonesia.
Communication The technology today allows the people to achieve clear and continuous communication with their family different countries. Also it have been effecting negatively in these categories such culture , health ,environment 1. Loss of Culture The loss of identity of communities, and blur the features of a personal communities, sovereignty and privacy. 2. Environment The amount of fuel being consumed for the transfer of those products has led to an increase in environmental pollution levels, which in turn led to the emergence of the manifestations of environmental concern such as voice pollution and interference in nature.
There is an increase on water and electricity demand with a great impact on the wider and local environment. The tourism development affects the social system both positive and negative. This depends on the kind of tourism that develops in the area. (Eagles and McCool, 2002). Positive effects Many are the benefits of tourism in the social sector.
In an international market, there are a large number of compotators of Planet Preserve products. Here the level of competitors in foreign market is more then in domestics region. And it is complex to make the Planet Preserve product the bestselling product in international market. The Planet Preserve business needs more experience and skills, knowledge to become mature enough to come in international market. First Planet Preserve business should target to earn profits and money from domestic market because when you export the product in international company, the product will become more expansive for the customers in new country due to sales tax and other commissions.
According to UNWTO “over the decades, tourism has experienced continued growth and deepening diversification to become one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world.” In Belize, tourism is one of the growing industries that has to a large extent, a great influence on the economy. The tourism industry has demonstrated success and commitment to maintain the authenticity of its attractions fostering attractive platforms for investors looking to cater the growing number experience-Based tourist. Yet tourism is not the only successful industry in Belize, there is the citrus industry, sugar industry, banana industry and also the marine industry which help the economy. Therefore tourism does indeed help the development of Belize because it provides jobs, nevertheless tourism is seasonal, therefore it only provides jobs for certain season such a summer, Easter and Christmas. This agreeing with Paul that, “the tourism industry seems to be the most efficient branch of the economy in generating jobs and income in less developed, peripheral countries / regions, where development opportunities are limited.” (2012, p2) Belize being a developing country it is where tourism is necessary for the growth of the economy.
Tourism can also affect the population living in the country due to the amount of tourism which furthers the idea of more jobs need to be created for the new tourists. Of course, the impacts of tourism on the country as well as the people in that country can be positive or negative. Those impacts can either last a long time for example the environmental can be negatively affected, or it can also be a short-term affect for example the economy of that country can be improved by a lot, but it wouldn’t always be positive for a long time. Tourism can also cause problems, such as social dislocation, loss of cultural heritage, economic dependence and ecological degradation. Sustainable tourism is becoming so popular that some say that what we presently call ‘alternative’ will
This caused shortages in water resources, since irrigation was highly needed for the environmental issues the new technologies caused. These negative, environmental effects led to the displacement for farmers and impoverishment in rural areas. However, this source would be more reliable if historians had an additional document from the perspective of a farmer who was in reality negatively affected by the Green Revolution in India; whose land suffered from the environmental issues stated above, or at least from an Indian