By: Kaleb Ebbett
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It's also caused some problems. Many people now don't care if they talk to people face to face, and outsourcing reduces the amount of jobs in the U.S.. This can be solved by keeping jobs in the us and giving stricter regulations on manufacturing.
You can see the difference between the U.S. and China - There are many thousands mare factories there used by huge companies.
Economic globalization has caused many people to become deep in credit card debt, which is very hard to get out of. People can try to solve it by either working hard to pay it off or staying debt free in the first place.
However, the good is often outweighed by the bad. Cultural globalization is causing many people to move away from their homelands and traditions. It could be changed by giving incentives to people who remain or come back to their original cultures.
This map shows the percent of immigrant children born in 2012, which shows just how many people move away from homelands.
The main problems of environmental globalization are greenhouse gases, electricity generation, and deforestation. Scientific advances in greenhouse gas/C02 reduction on cars have helped, and many forests are being replanted. Some companies promote saving rain forest, like Tropicana. They give reward codes which can be redeemed to save hundreds of acres of rain forest in South America.
problems with globalization
There is a solution, if only the world would decide to use it. Turning to green energy sources will help, but the most important thing is to first slow and eventually stop the use of fossil fuels. The government is playing its part by giving big tax payouts to people who buy electric cars. Developing new clean sources of energy should be our main priority though. Releasing the bond in water creates hydrogen and oxygen and a small amount of energy, so water is a huge potential power source. The resulting oxygen and hydrogen can be used as fuels. If you look closely enough, there is always a solution.
the life of a Playstation 4
Pros and Cons
Pros: Improved - life span, communication, transportation, crops, weaponry, products,
Global trade and ties between nations are also strengthened.
Cons: globalization benefits most of the world, but people on the back end of it are usually working in terrible conditions for low wages. Also, the environment is used for materials and in the process is destroyed, scarring the land.