received more than 500,000 tourists annually.Tourism in Pakistanis still a growing industry.Major attractions today include ruins of Indus valley civilization and mountain resorts in theHimalayas. Himalayan andKarakoramrange (which includesK2, the second highest mountain
peak in the world, attracts adventurers and mountaineers from around the world.Karachi, Peshawar andLahoreare major attractions for authentic Pakistani food and culture.
Helping Poor Countries
What the wealthier nations need to do is lend tiny amounts of money to enterpreneurs in poor countries (this is called microeconomics). A microenterprise will usually operate with fewer than 10 people and is started with a small amount of capital. Most microenterprises specialize in providing goods or services for their local areas.This will allow poor people to take the risks large corporations take, but on a smaller scale.When the loans are being paid back, a new loan with increase is issued and more goods andservices can be created and more poor men and women in the neighbourhood can findemployment.In terms of agricultural and industrial development, it is necessary to educate the nextgeneration so eventually they can run their own economy. Rich nations can offer scholarshipsand organize exchange programs for students and professionals.Microeconomics is concerned with the interaction between individual buyers and sellers and thefactors that influence the choices made by buyers and sellers. In particular, microeconomicsfocuses on patterns of supply and demand and the determination of price and output inindividual markets (e.g. coffee industry).
The only way to 'stop' pollution and the degradation of our environment is to force people to payfor the cost of their production. This means they will need to pay for their CO2 emissions, their waste that ends up in our water systems (think agriculture using pesticides), etc. We also havedisgusting practices when it comes to harvesting our natural resoures.An example of this being our fishing industries. They use terrible techniques to fish, destroyingthe fabric that holds our ocean's ecological system (relationship between organisms and their environment) together. Thus in fact destroying it's capability to produce in the future. You seethe ocean is often overlooked as it is 'invisible' to most of us. That does not mean it is not veryimportant, as the ocean produces 70% of the oxygen we breath and is vital in the removal of CO2 emissions from our atmosphere.