The second main argument that is against

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The second main argument that is against globalization is that as the world is growing and there are millions of factories (big, medium or small) across the world that are integrating which other in some way or the other with a global supply chain process, the timber is knocked down and the mines are being digged and heavily exploited in order to meet the rising needs and demands of the customers, has resulted in natural disasters and rise in pollution (Nayan, p.2). The pollution on an initial level, impacts the soil and the environment of the country that is causing it and then slowly it becomes a global phenomenon as all the natural resources instigate to absorb the pollutants into atmosphere, for example through poisonous gas that we in turn receive in the form of acidic rains that damages the eco-system. The rising trend of deforestation to benefit the consumers and millions of people fleeing their homes because of the excessive flooding and land sliding caused by deforestation is increasing global warming which is destroying the mother nature (Nayan, p.2). On the other hand, the proponents of globalization have a counter argument to present in this regard. They believe that different countries are working hard and demonstrating their commitments towards global governance and regulations to limit and restrict the negative impact of globalization and this is an effort that must be appreciated highly by the critics. There was a Montreal Protocol that was signed by various countries that showed their concern over the dangers of globalization and agreed to take action in order to control the depleting ozone layer due to global warming. This has helped in reducing the rising depletion rate of the ozone layer
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Writer’s Surname 5 and there is evidence that the awareness of environmental degradation has forced many multinationals to act in a sustainable manner. The third argument that is presented against globalization and its negative impact is that the globalization has increased the requirement of free trade that has resulted in low geographical boundaries which has in return made it for the governments of the countries very difficult to impose regulations and policies that are related to protecting the environment of their countries as the multinationals are able to evade the controls by shifting to countries such as third world developing nations that have less restrictions and obligations to maintain any environmental standards or follow any protocols (Dean, p.819). The more, the regulations are stricted by the government of a country, the more the organizations shift to third world countries and the more they tend to harm the environment with less regulations. This means that trade and globalization are incompatible to support and protect the environment.
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