Coca Cola’s production relies on large amounts of water because it takes around three liters of water to produce one liter of cola. Since they needed tons of water, their plants in India have been dehydrating the communities in order to supply the plants. Instead of spending more money to get water from elsewhere, the Coca-Cola company decided to do it the unethical way. They took the community’s water. Their irresponsible use of water has created many issues such as using up all of the precious ground waters and messing up the local agriculture.
I couldn 't forget to mention the Coca Cola 's advantages to India. According to rumors that Coca Cola is a drink which has negative consequences not only to the user and to the environment. According to my research to Asia (2017) and Relating this to coca-cola - fair alternatives: Our social action (2017), we can draw the conclusion that Coca-Cola has adverse health effects such as high levels of pesticides in their products, the destruction of the environment as well as for the lack of water. Water scarcity is an increasing problem for the urban population of India as well as cola draw excessive amounts of water for its bottling. Wells have run dry and hand water pumps do not work anymore.
2. Water pollution can many times make water undrinkable, such as places with muddy water, lead water, or even radioactive water. V. Global warming is an event happening in every place in the world. In simplest terms, global warming is the warming of the Earth due to patterns in Earth’s climate, and also due to the release of greenhouse gases humans produce. Global warming plays a large part in the cause of drought.
That said, 2003 was a particularly difficult year for the Indian arm of Coca-Cola, with 2004 shaping up to be similarly onerous. Coca-Cola faced negative press over issues as diverse as contamination; anti-Iraq-war protests; alleged environmental degradation; and, as 2003 came to a close, an alleged sexual-harassment case involving a senior company executive and a former Miss Universe with whom the company had previously had a product-endorsement contract. The Plachimada issue has now returned to haunt the company and follows a barrage of bad press over the bottling plant. The ban has come in response to acute water shortages the district is facing, but is part of a much wider debate over water
The sales volume of Cadbury dropped drastically because the media report that maybe every bar contains worm, it brought big impacts toward customers’ confidence. It would cause troublesome to customers in mentally and physically as there is afraid of consuming the chocolates which have the possibility containing worms. Nevertheless, Cadbury denied that it caused by the retailers’ storage problems rather than the producing
I believe that so many colonists died in Jamestown between 1607 to 1611 because of the environment, the relations between the colonists and Indians, and above all the colonists’ poor choices. My first piece of evidence is the environment. The position where Jamestown is in a saltwater transition, and the document also states that because of the tides, the human waste festered, making the saltwater contaminated (Document A). Some more evidence is the lack of food abundance, making it harder to fish or hunt (Document A). Another
• India doesn’t monitor water usage. • New Delhi literally cannot escape from the sewage it produces, because 45% of the population is disjoined to the public sewage system. Impacts: • A mixture of sewage disposal, industrial effluents, and chemicals from farm runoffs, arsenic and fluoride made the Indian’s rivers unsuitable for drinking, irrigation or industrial objectives. • More than 21% of contagious diseases in India are linked to unsafe water. • Millions of poor people are affected by preventable diseases, which are originated from insufficient water supply and sanitation.
Talking about Egypt, the Nile River is almost dying, because of the factories which get rid of their wastes by throwing them into the rivers and seas. Also, people in Egypt use the Nile to wash their clothes, dishes and animals; this phenomenon is because of illiteracy. As can be seen from the graph over, Egypt's fundamental wellspring of freshwater is the Nile. The second .biggest source being the non-renewable
However, researchers have not found a way to directly MSG to these symptoms. Is the excess Lead in Maggi masala acceptable? Lead is ubiquitous in the environment today, in lieu of the increasing land, water and air pollution. A lot of the industrial effluents that flow into the land and water bodies unchecked are highly toxic, with Lead being a significant part of the toxicity. Sadly, Lead does n0t naturally break down and disappear.
Violence was also present in Jaffna and Vavuniya as explosions were detonated in both areas, reducing voter turnout in these regions due to a lack of safety (Daily FT 2015). The military was also responsible for establishing 400 roadblocks in areas with high concentrations of Tamil voters who almost exclusively voted for Maithripala Sirisena. This was also viewed as an act of voter suppression by the government (FARS News Agency 2015). In many areas of the country, voting was limited because of this violence, abuse of state resources (military) by the government, and basic electoral infractions. The violence and presence of military deterring voters from the polling centers seemed to have exclusively occurred in regions with high minority populations, regions that voted strongly in favor of Maithripala Sirisena.