Globalisation is simply spreading of particular philosophies, ideas, technology and governance all over the world. All countries become one unit and they are all governed by the same set of rules. The concept of international governance came in to fight poverty, war among countries, environmental degradation and to set up equal opportunities for everyone in all countries. The call to fight particular deadly diseases like HIV/AIDS and cancer has made many countries to come together to ensure that a cure is established to save lives.
One of the major works of international governance is in the protection of the environment and its resources. The pollution rates have become very rampant and they are now posing as a risk to human life thus there has been a great need for all countries to form regulations as to how they are going to prevent further pollution and preserve the environment and resources for the future generation. For this reason many organisations have been set up to see if the countries are implementing some of the rules and regulations of conserving the environment. For instance the United Nations Environmental Programme and the World Environmental Organisation (WEO) are organisations set to ensure that the respective countries that sign the treaty to preserve the environment are implementing the changes. ...
ations can assist countries that have problems in implementing the changes by lending them money to fund the projects by buying the respective machines and educating its general public on environmental issues (Barbara, 2002).
When countries come together to set environmental laws, they put the interest of the people first. The problem is that not all countries are ready to take up the changes because the implementations mean that they have to budget more and sometimes stop the production of some goods. These posses as a great limitation for any country that wants to join the organisation because it has to go hand in hand with the regulations. If they set that the production of a particular good has to stop because of its implications to the environment, then as a member one has to abide by the law (Barbara, 2002).
When environmental property rights are defined while trying to preserve the environment, one country is left better of while the other is worse of. For instance when the law was set to stop the use of Aloe Vera in producing soaps, lotions and other goods, many companies suffered but the people who gained are the current generation became its depletion was prevented and now it can be used to produce the particular goods that are also needed right now. The set rules and regulations in preserving the environment are made to protect vulnerable countries. There are negative externalities that come when one country's production of a particular good pollutes the environment of another country. It brings about health problems and even changes the climatic conditions of another country. The international laws in respect to the environment can help the two countries come to an agreement. They can either ensure that the country reduces production or implements the