made by Emily Carr
What is globalization?
The four types of globalization:
Technological: Ideas being shared across the world through technology.
Environmental: Natural resources and goods being shared around the world.
Cultural: How people live daily around the world.
Problems that arise from globalization, and a solution:
Technological- People are more likely to say things over the Internet or through texting and such than they would face to face. There isn't as much interaction day to day through speaking as much as through an electronic device.
Environmental- The amount of pollution we put into the air because of all the traveling is a big problem. There is also a lot of electrical power needed, which is hard to get through wind power alone.
Cultural- The affects of globalization have impacted how people live their lives daily because some countries are losing their own culture due to the fact that other cultures are overtaking it. An example is the spread of American culture, and how much of it is spreading around the world, and effecting other countries culture.
The solution- The solution for economic globalization is to try and move the jobs from other countries to here in the US. It would offer many jobs to those who are unemployed, and the unemployed rate would go down quite a lot. It would also help solve the cultural globalization problem as well, since America would have less of an impact on other countries, and they could regain their culture.
Population map of Canada
Many people live along the border of the United States, since there is a lot of interaction between the two countries.
Resource map of Canada
There is a lot of natural resources spread throughout Canada, especially around the coastal areas (fishing and ocean products) and central area (resources from the ground, like metals and oil)
Transportation map of Canada
Many people travel along the border of Canada, since there is a lot of interaction with the United States, as well as the coast. It is also where a majority of people live, so the amount of transport is directly related to where the majority of the population is.