Glabalization and Climate Change Essay

1310 Words Mar 3rd, 2008 6 Pages
Steve Sanders
English 201
January 3, 2008
Synthesis Essay
Globalization and climate change
The climate is changing whether it's wanted or not these events of melted polar ice caps, dramatic changes in weather; drought, warmer wetter winters and rising sea levels, also increased Co2 emissions in the atmosphere are only of few changes that have been increased by globalization. The economic pressure that is being forced is causing more harm to our living planet then some seem to know. Trying to slow the trend of globalization is highly unlikely because of economic growth and the rise of demand for goods and services. Rising underdeveloped countries that are emerging are going to have a hard time meeting the obligations of reducing
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