From this huge number of vehicles US has got its share which is 200 million vehicles is for passengers’ cars and light trucks. The same year the number of cars worldwide grew three times faster than the population of the world.. The US cars also grew shows six times grow in the world; this figure in US alone has a big impact on environment. The developing world may not register so many vehicles which pollutes the environment. They are blessed for not polluting us.
The business outlook at Tesla Motors, Inc. (TSLA) is intriguing. While the electric vehicle manufacturer has reported operating losses in every year since its IPO, the company has certainly been exciting auto enthusiasts. Much of the recent interest in the company is due to the introduction of its lower-priced Model 3, a car that could boost the auto maker’s production output by five or even tenfold in the coming years. As an investment, Tesla is an interesting selection, as well. While sales growth has been explosive, the company still isn’t making money.
Today the worlds population is growing at 1.15% per year which is 80500000 people annually. Some of the most populated countries of today are India,China,Russia,Brazil and South Africa these countries are also known as the BRIC nations. Population growth does increase demand nevertheless it also volleys workforces with a lot of extra workers, this unfortunately pauperizes wages and increases poverty. It is impossible to see a correlation between population growth and development in 2 or 3 years, In order to see an correlation we have to look about 20 years back so that we can distinguish the impact of all those births entering workforces. Rapid population growth still remains in numerous amount of developing countries.
Commentary on Apple Has Not Made Enough iPhone 7’s Technology is the fastest growing development that the 21st century has seen thus far. It was only 40 year ago that cellular telephones were invented and now,a phone can have the same processing speed as a computer. As the population increases and the price of telecommunication decreases, the demand of phones rise which causes companies to continue producing more units every year. Though as time goes on, companies experience successes and failures responding to supply and demand which end up influencing production of the following products. Alex Webb and Mark Gurman’s article Apple Has Not Made Enough iPhone 7’s, discusses the relationship between supply and demand when a shortage occurs.
There is currently over 7 billion people living on the Earth and the population continues to grow. As the population continues to grow so does the need for transportation such as automobiles, which sold about 250 million units over the past 4 years. With that many vehicles out on the streets, tailpipe emissions increase drastically. This causes an increase in CO2 levels in the atmosphere, climate change around the world, and ultimately global warming. Although not all of CO2 emissions come from automobiles but 51%; which if it is eliminated completely could save the world another billion years or so.
Why is it no longer or shorter? Three to five years can be considered as the long-run for the cloud industry. This is because the cloud computing is very fast changing and it takes mere a year and a half to setup data center with latest technology. The Moore’s Law also demonstrates the same thig as the technology can change within couple of years everything changes within 3 to 5 years. For example, in 2007, Microsoft was a monopoly in terms of operating system but within five years google displaced it with the new android system by 2012. the same can be attributed to cloud computing because here five years is very long
They pose serious health risk and when these products are placed in landfills. As more and more e-waste is place in landfills, exposure to environmental toxins is likely to increase, thus resulting in elevated risks of cancer and developmental neurological disorders. This article provides an outer view on the awareness of the proper disposal of e-waste and its importance. It also puts a light n current trends which is been followed in the market in this subject. It is very much important for us to know how to use electronic products and further about its disposal in a formal way.
The offline water-purifier units are sold more in volume as they are the most economical units available in the market. This segment is also growing at a fast pace which is more than 25% per year, being the most cost effective way to safe drinking water and better health. More than 75% of the industry is currently captured by Eureka Forbes, Kent RO, HUL, Tata Chemicals and Ion Exchange being the market leaders. Scarcity of clean drinking water, low penetration of water purification of water purifiers, and increasing health consciousness of consumers are major drivers of growth in this industry. In other side lacks government standards for purifiers, and the law awareness about the products is the major challenges for the industry.
This aids to speed up Telmex’s expansion. For instance, in 1989 Telmex invested less than $500 million. However, in 1991, the year after privatization, investment was $2.75 billion. Moreover, six years after privatization, the total investment was $12 billion. Due to more foreign investments, Telmex is able to introduce modern technology more easily than before.
This development has significantly affected the proportionate distribution of the urban and rural populations. It was estimated that between 1951 and 1953 the rate of urbanization in Nigeria was about 5 percent per annum (Ajeagbu, 1976: 32). But by 1963, the rate of urban growth in the country had risen to 8 percent per annum. The growth of large urban centres has been phenomenal and thus many urban areas were actually growing at much faster rates by doubling their populations within an interval of a decade (Ajeagbu,