加拿大教育学论文代写-渔业全球化的分析。渔业和海洋提供了一系列重要的环境和社会功能(Sumaila, Bellmann和Tipping, 2014)。粮食政策、粮食趋势、贸易政策和可持续性措施方面的差异促进了渔业的全球一体化，使其成为一项真正的全球业务。要使渔业真正全球化，就必须重新评估贸易政策方面的限制，以及在进出口渔业实行质量标准方面的各种障碍。工业界必须认识到，维持环境和减轻其负担的唯一方法是与所有国家分享宝贵的知识，并将环境保护作为一体化活动的唯一目标。
Steel industry is another heavy industry sector which is trying to integrate itself with the global standards and quality production. Steel has been produced of various quality and standard in many countries and has a huge export base to many developed, underdeveloped, and developing countries. The issue of this industry to become a global success is the perfect utilisation of the resources required and matching them with the projection of future demand, to integrate quality practices and standardising the steel production in all countries and make it assessed under a single system of assessment which accepts nothing but world class products is challenging. The use of steel is tantamount to the success of the economy, and it must be consumed as per demand. The underestimation of global demands and overlapping of the many layers of regulatory restrictions in import and export is a major hurdle in making the industry more predictable and standardised. Overcapacity in steel production is caused by government interventions, market downturns, and multiple distorting practices in the market, which makes the industry misaligned and not integrated (Excess Capacity in the Global Steel Industry and the Implications of New Investment Projects, 2015). These issues are key issues for the industry to succeed globally, whereas integrating all steel producers under one roof and working together to deliver demand in various regions will resolve overcapacity and maintain healthy margins. In short, the global steel makers must become a single market and use each other’s strengths, location advantages, and logistical proximity to clients to really become a single global market. Manufacturing competitiveness must also be integrated to a single mode of operation so that the knowledge management is open for all producers and has minimum chance of error in all processes. When such integrated markets are created, there will no longer be a chance of cheap imports becoming a reason for the closure of production, as seen in recent case in the UK where Tata Steel has blamed a flood of ‘cheap imports’ from China for its shutdown(Pooler, 2015).
Heavy industries such as construction, fishing, and steel among others are all conducting themselves in a distorted manner and are competing internally which will always keep them from becoming a global success. It is most essential for the construction industry to share valuable information globally and make risk elimination its sole purpose. With knowledge sharing, the industry can become truly global in the sense when it is less than one single roof of quality assessments and checks. Fishing is also competitive in nature among countries which requires them to be more open, accountable, and transparent about the use of resources and quality of products produced. Fishing must become integrated with information sharing, taking global measures for environment protection and imposing similar standards of food quality. Steel industry struggling from its self-imposed immaturity is also behind in the race to become truly global and it can never become truly global by competing with each other, but by integrating into a single world market and using a standardised model of governance and exchanging the strengths of others to deliver world class products.