The selection that I have made for the Global Business Cultural Analysis research project is Australia. Doing the research we find that Australia is considered one of the wealthiest countries in the world. We will look and see how their country is the 12th largest. Australia has so many beautiful beaches and rainforest that I want to know about. Getting to know about Australia how they have the six states and the territories. Australia has so many different languages that in the country.
Also learning why a president is able to keep applying without having a deadline. To learn why Australia is considered the “The Lucky Country” since they have some of the world’s deadliest animals (snakes, spiders, crocodiles and sharks). Getting to even get to know about the Great Barrier Reef and what is mystery regarding it. Then finally like Americans, they enjoy sports so to discover what they are.
What does it mean to be an Australian? Australia is home to 21 million Australians. They include Indigenous Australians who have dwelled here for thousands of years, the Anglo-Australians whose forefathers came on the first fleet a few centuries ago and migrants from other countries who have just arrived recently. Being an Australian is very diverse, but all Australians share many similar issues and have common traits. The aspects Australians share include issues on the environment, issues on the economy, multiculturalism, issues on technological advancement and many more.
The environment is a very meaningful issue to all Australians. It affects pollution, climate change, and most importantly, the drought. The drought affects the Australian Agricultural industry dramatically as it relies heavily on the decreasing water supply. Many Australians are farmers, and they are suffering the effects of global warming. Australians must save every drop of water they can, and must endure strict water restrictions, especially during summer. The environmental issues in Australia are...