consumer appetite is undermining the natural systems we all depend on and

Consumer appetite is undermining the natural systems

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consumer appetite is undermining the natural systems we all depend on and making it even harder for the world’s poor to meet their basic needs.” In other words, Christopher Flavin, president of the Worldwatch Institute, a Washington, C.C. think tank mentions that increasing the amount of the consuming will lead people to meet with their fundamental needs and also increasing more jobs for people, however in the twenty first century there are unknown consumers that their needs is making the natural systems become weaker and it makes for the world population even harder to meet their everyday needs. Globalization also creates more percentage of poverty that wealthy people don’t even realize. People spend less than two dollars each they for their basic needs. Moreover, the cost of living is higher than before that cause by globalization makes the poverty become even harder to meet their daily needs for living. Consequently, globalization should take a look and try to solve the problem of poverty that occur in the world. We cannot leave the lives until death, every human’s life is precious. Topic Sentence 2: As globalization emerge into countries economic, people learned more about the importance of globalization affected beneficially to the community. On the other hand, human tend to worried more about their own countries that globalization causes. Supporting Paragraph 2: Globalization helps the community in lots of ways, especially it helps people to get education by going to school. In the article, “The Environmental Benefits of Globalization”, Charles (2004) writes that “The infant mortality rate in the
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United States dropped from 29.1 per thousand in 1950 to 7.1 in 1997. Since 1980, the death rate for cancer has dropped more than 11 percent for individuals between the ages of 25 and 64. As a results of these and other similar trends, the life expectancy for all Americans rose from 70.8 years in 1970 to 75.8 by 1995.” In other words, the death rate of baby's death rates every year in the United States decrease noticeably from 29.2 per thousand in the middle of 20th century to 7.1 per thousand in 1997. Since the eighties, the mortality rate for cancer has enormously declined greater than eleven percent for individual between the age of the mid twenty to mid sixty. As a result of these, the life expectancy for all American increased from 70.8 years in 1970 to 75.8 by late of 20th century. Globalization results people to give value to education. When most people are well educated and they also understand more about the value of life and be more aware of the causes of mortality, which this lead to decreased the amount of mortality rate throughout the year. In conclusion, people are delightful to have globalization happening in their country. Although it really helps human to realize more about things happening around them and decreasing the death rate each year, they starting to realize what have change in their community that occur in a negative way. In “World Publics Welcome Global Trade-But Not Immigration”, Pew Global Attitudes Project (2007) explains that
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