Interconnectedness And Interdependence Of Globalization

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“Globalization processes are inevitable historic and objective phenomena, the driving force of society’s development and progress.” Some say the globalization is killing the world, but others say that it is what is keeping the world alive. Globalization is the interconnectedness and interdependence of regions that allows the world to be used and preserved to its fullest potential by all living people. Interconnectedness, how all countries can all work together toward a common goal or to get a common effect. This can be related to all the countries working on having cleaner air for their area or cleaner water for their communities to drink. Interdependence of an area allows a country to function on their own and have unique things that makes them their own country or region. These things can also allow their people to survive and prosper in the area they live in. Globalization is what allows the world …show more content…
Air pollution everywhere derives from liquid fuels used in automobiles.” “Air pollution does not respect national boundaries, often pollutants are experienced at a regional or global level when they originated at a local scale.” People everywhere can be affected by the pollution that a country across the world puts out into the Earth’s atmosphere. Population Density, how many people per square miles, can also affect the emission levels of an area. Where there are more people there is going to be more emission. “Countries that are poor relative to their neighbors may serve as pollution havens and thus have higher emission levels.” This can be caused by not having the money to control their emissions from factories or automobiles. It also can be caused by not having any regulations on their automobiles or factory emissions. Countries that cannot afford to implement regulations, if there are any, can be a major cause of air

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