Published on : Jun 07, 2017
Albany, New York, June 7, 2017: The environmental change sweeping the world is occurring at a faster pace than previously thought. Life on earth is becoming increasingly threatened with extinction as a result of damaging changes in the earth's climate. A new report, titled “Climate change & environmental damage: Examining five of the worst economic problems caused by worsening pollution” has been recently added to the broad portfolio of Market Research Hub (MRH), which presents a precise analysis on the climatic and environmental changes. Moreover, it displays a clear picture of the top 5 economic problems caused by pollution. Major countries highlighted in the report are U.K., China, U.S., India and Africa.
Climate change models predict significant climate effects throughout the region. The anticipated social impacts of climate change mainly include challenges to public health, increased population movement, diminishing state capacity, obstacles to development and environmental damage. At present, Climate change and the state of the environment are the most significant and difficult challenges facing governments, businesses and individuals this century. Evidence shows that the change in temperature has affected the health, livelihoods, food productivity and water availability. Pesticide use in response to climate change harms food security throughout the world, that’s why today climate change and food security has become a global threat.
As per the findings, the environmental risks posed by a developing climate are taking a toll. There needs to be careful management to reduce the impacts on the global economy that climate change and environmental damage caused by changing weather patterns, will bring and some problems which won’t be preventable. The world’s major cities are recording high levels of dangerous pollutants, largely caused by governments encouraging the use of diesel over petrol powered vehicles. Manufacturers are now improving designs; governments are seeking to grow alternatives such as EV and hybrid vehicles. The study further adds that among several major countries, Europe will become an attractive market for EVs and Hybrids.
The issue of global warming cannot be discussed without its negative effects on the environment, its causes of climate change and how it trickles down to affect humans. Therefore, adoption of technology for abatement of pollution and enhanced production process is almost mandatory now in the industrial sector for protecting the global environment. Now under pressure from consumers, large companies are changing how products are made to meet with consumer demands and strengthening government regulation. Environmental laws on coal help renewable energy across the world.
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The study further analyzes that many of the largest and most economically important cities in the world are situated near waterways. Current projections show major problems are looming, creating major population displacement problems. Moreover, findings display that government policy on plastic waste is forcing companies to change, opening up fresh opportunities. The decline in plastic bag use prompted by government action increases demand for alternatives.
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