Unites states of American have experienced climatic change that effects the economic activities in different districts. The aftermath of ecological effluence comes into being through weather changes. For countless years, America has been on the forefront and chief in monetary expansion. This has seen manufacture and release of harmful gases such as carbon dioxide into the air. Some of these gases accumulate in the atmosphere and lead to the depletion of ozone layer which is an important shield that protects human beings from direct sun rays. Some of the issues discussed include climate peril assessment in America and monetary side of the sound effects of environment change.
Companies have been on the receiving end due to weather changes. This is because flood and other calamities that change the landscape saw decline in business activities and damage of homes and businesses (Gordon, Lewis, & Rogers, 2014). The development activities have continually increased in volume in the United States and this causes massive release of carbon into the air. In addition, technology has added some challenges in view of the dumping of old or damaged gadgets such as mainframe computers and mobile phones. The materials used in the manufacture of these products are non-biodegradable and when they are disposed off, they fill up dumpsites and land hence making it inefficient. The recent tragedy being the mounting sea waters that destroyed infrastructure in New York along with the surrounding areas. A number of infrastructures that have existed for decades were damaged and could not be used by motorist. To rebuild these roads, government had to allocate funds that could have been used in developing other projects (Bloomberg, Paulson Jr., & Steyer, 2014).
The problem culminates from consistent environmental degradation by human being in quest of doing business. It is true that a problem is solved by first assessing the risks it presents. Climate threats come in sundry forms. A model of such risks includes low level rainfall due to cutting of trees. Globalization has also put in a lot to the environmental changes in weather condition. The reason behind this is that the population demand more of goods exported from the United States. Companies stimulate their production so as to tap and supply merchandises and services as demanded. This means that more and more fuel is used in running these companies hence increasing carbon emission. The end result is increased effluence in the state (Grimm, Groffman, Staudinger, & Tallis, 2015). Demand in the nation for electronic and electromotive merchandises have gone up in the recent past.
Farmers on the other side are complaining of low produce and failed produce from time to time. Rainfall patterns have changed significantly and farmers are turning to organic farming as an alternative. This form of farming utilizes chemical and other substances in a great way (Strzepek, Yohe, Neumann, & Boehlert, 2010). The exploit of chemicals in agriculture leads to mounting heat in the country. High temperature causes the sea to rise above the normal height hence submerging some of the regions built near such as New York City. Economically, highly prone regions tend to scare away investors and traders who move away from these locations.
In conclusion, United States is one of the nations that have been hit by tremendous weather conditions. These conditions are as an outcome of intense economic activities that front to effluence. The current activities will have an impact to future generation hence something needs to be done so as to save the environment and prevent risk from occurring.
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