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University of St. La Salle - Integrated School

Niel Simon Kyle T. Rosquillo 10E October 18, 2019


Topic: Globalization is harmful to our environment

Team: Affirmative Team Speaker: Second Speaker

Good morning Ms. Tina and classmates. The topic of our debate is that Globalization is harmful
to our environment. We, the affirmative team, believed that this statement is really true.

The first speaker from the negative team has tried to tell you Globalization has lessen our
consumption. This is wrong because everything we use nowadays came from our own
environment, if we still continue to destroy our own environment, our future generation cannot
benefit our environment anymore and who knows maybe this can lead to the end of our human

I am going to discuss two points why globalization is harmful to our environment. My first
point is the transportation that we are using today affects our environment. According to Enviro
of www. It was said that fuel that is consumed in transporting led to an
increase in the pollution levels in the environment. Gases that are emmited from the aircraft
have led to the depletion of the ozone layer apart from increasing the greenhouse effect. Due to
globalization and industrialization, various chemical had been thrown into the growth of many
noxious weeds and plants. Mountains are being cut to make way for a passing tunnel or a
highway. My second point is that the outcome of the globalization to our nature resources,
Production, transportation and use of consumers goods resulted in more waste, pollution, and
fuel use. Less than ideal condition for the environment and for people create an atmosphere
where it is important to consider ethics and integrity in globalization efforts. If liberation has the
effect of increasing a nation’s industrial or manufacturing segment, the result can be more
pollution and more strains on the country’s natural resources.
So, Ms. Tina and classmates. In conclusion, Globalization can really affect our environment
natural resources. We humans will suffer in the future if we continue to destroy our
environment and for the betterment for our future generations. Just like Steve Irwin said “The
single biggest threat to our planet is the destruction of habitat and along the way loss of
precious wildlife. We need to reach a balance where people, habitat, and wildlife can co-exist
– if we don’t everyone loses … one day.” Thank you once again, Good morning.

enviro. (2018). Globalization and Its Impact on the Environment. Retrieve from
Roberts, A. ( November 21, 2018). The Negative Impacts of Globalization on the Environment.
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