The Negative Impact Of Globalization On The Environment

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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY The present study is descriptive and it’s essentially based on published secondary data collected from official sources. Secondary data, after appropriate analysis were recorded and taken into consideration. Appropriate chapter scheme followed by pooling suggestions based on conclusions of the study. Secondary data is collected from the annual reports of major export and imports companies, Government agencies and news paper and magazine publications. IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON THE ENVIRONMENT There have been a few contentions on globalization in light of its advantages to a country 's economy, and its block. In any case, regardless of whether great or awful, actually; Globalization influences a country decidedly and adversely. It can exacerbate natural risks and in addition give new intends to manage them. Notwithstanding, the negative impact of globalization has a tendency to exceed its constructive outcomes. Globalization has badly affected the condition that is deforestation. As indicated by Wikipedia Encyclopedia, globalization is frequently seen as a main driver of deforestation. The expanding utilization of common assets because of expanded request prompts consumption and furthermore the evacuation of biological systems because of increment in populace, have had a substantial negative effect on the earth. Broad deforestation has happened worldwide with the logging business being fuelled by the requirement for dispensable items. Along these
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