Globalization Has Changed The World And Its Economy Essay

1535 Words Jul 7th, 2015 7 Pages
Globalization has changed the world and its economy through-out the last 30 years (after WWII). Humans from different countries have been interacting for thousands of years. The ‘Silk Road’ is one of the first examples that connected Asia, Africa and Europe. The concept of globalization has altered not only the economy but also society, by sharing limitless goods, information, technologies, materials, resources, services…etc. Trading has improved and enhanced society in each country’s economy. Globalization has had diverse implications for environmental issues such as pollution, deforestation, water resources, climate change and biodiversity loss. Global warming and globalisation are closely related and I will discuss how globalization is responsible for global warming and ways to fight global warming with the help of our communities. Global Warming is the increase of Earth 's average surface temperature due to effect of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels or from deforestation, which trap heat that would otherwise escape from Earth. ( A blanket of greenhouse gases covers the earth 's atmosphere (carbon dioxide, water vapour, methane, CFC, water vapour and nitrous oxide), and this blanket filters the sunlight (UVB radiations). The concentration of these gases increases in the blanket and the temperature rises. A warmer earth may lead to melting of glaciers, a rise in the sea level, and a broad impact on living beings.…

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