本文主要讲述阿伯克龙比和惠誉的环境影响案例中的问题。首先是制造业的温室气体排放。这是所有制造企业的一个标准问题，考虑到该组织既不经营也不拥有任何制造设施，对Abercrombie and Fitch来说更是如此。这意味着当涉及到地理区域时，组织的生产设施不受限制。因此，可以根据A & F在哪里完成其制造工作，观察到温室气体生产等环境问题对不同地区的影响。本篇英国论文代写推荐文章由英国论文通AssignmentPass辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
The first of them is the greenhouse gas emissions in manufactory. This is a standard issue for all manufacturing companies and is even much more for Abercrombie and Fitch given that the organization does not operate nor own any of its manufacturing facilities. This means the manufacturing facilities of the organizations are not restricted when it comes to geographic zones. The environmental concerns such as greenhouse gas productions could hence be observed to impact across different regions based on where A & F gets its manufacturing work done.
The second main issue for Abercrombie and Fitch is the manufacturing dump created in the form of effluents, the waste products in manufacturing, and the clothes being trashed when the industry moves from one fashion season to another. Textile dumps create heavy landfills and this is seen to affect how industrial working is affected. This section discusses the form of risks these are, such as heavy impact risks versus moderate to light impact. The risks are discussed with respect to how they affect the environment and the form of short or long term consequence the risks have. In addition, the issues are discussed in context with strategies to solve issues later in the next subsection.
The textile dumping issue and the carbon issue are both interlinked Researchers, such as Helen et al (2001) argued that the negative effects are of these form of textile dumps. There are major problems created by the industry especially as the dumping does not just start in the context of discarding of used clothes or clothes from yester year’s fashion. The dumping starts even as industry manufacturing happens. Three main aspects were highlighted in section 3.1, which could be brought into discussion here. Firstly, it is considered how in manufacturing elements such as energy, water, detergents, acid, dyes and more go into making clothes.
Here waste byproducts such as pesticides, grease, lanolin and more are created. These by products have to be treated before they are released, and even with proper treatment plants, land contamination is possible (Reife and Freeman, 1996). This is something that is occurring for a long time and has high risk in the long run (De Bièvre and Eckhardt, 2011). In the context of distribution carbon emissions and other greenhouse gas emissions, once again, these emissions are considered as part of the risks. They are alerted as risks and controls have to be drawn to ensure the risk consequences are averted.