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Influence of Environmental Problems on Global Economy Studied by MarketLine in Its New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com

31 May 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The state of the environment and climate changes are the most significant challenges in the modern world. There is a strong need to stand up to various environmental risks and reduce their impacts on the world economy. Changing weather patterns cause serious environmental damage, which could bring further problems.

The major cities worldwide are registering high levels of dangerous pollutants, mainly caused by the rising usage of diesel vehicles. Manufacturers are now making attempts to improve designs, governments are take measures to promote alternatives like hybrid vehicles or EV.

The plastic trash vortex in the Pacific Ocean, caused by plastic waste, is vast. In the wake of intensifying consume pressure, large companies make changes in their production methods in order to satisfy consumer demand and strengthen government regulation.

Most large and economically important cities are situated near waterways. Current projections demonstrate major problems are looming, thus creating the main population displacement problems. Avoiding these and many other problems seems to be increasingly unlikely, therefore, governments could only seek to limit the potential damage.

The new topical report “Climate change & environmental damage: Examining five of the worst economic problems caused by worsening pollution” created by MarketLine explores how different environmental problems influence businesses worldwide. The report estimates how environmental damage turns into problems for commerce and economy, discusses how climatic changes present threats to the security of food supply and other wider issues.

Many other topical studies by this publisher are offered in the MarketLine catalogue.


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