Fire and Fire Protection a under estimatet Problem with big consequences for the climate change and the people worldwide.
80 000 People dies every year, 2 million people injures and high damages to property, but even worse the impact on the climate change. Now there is a market with high growth rates worldwide. ( by hkc22.com )
Wildfires, coal mine fire, home, houses and industry fire emissions have a great impact on the climate change worldwide, more than all the cars emission worldwide together. This has developed since centuries and is man made but now the interaction is making the climate change..shaping and feeding the dramatic increase of fires, emissions and loss of life and proberties.
Climate change has the potential to increase water and biodiversity values but there are no professional fire management strategies in the countries arround the world. Standards and regulations are only for a part of the whole problem and not enough. Like in environmental protection, the countries need fire protection strategies and management. This is not a singel country problem, it is global problem because of the global impact on climate change.
The world market for fire protection and prevention is increasing by more than 6 percent per year, as an answer to vast increasing problems. More than 80,000 deaths per year, mostly children and elderly and a loss of assets with 1-3% of the GNP, depending on the country. The costs for fire protection are between 2 and 12% of the building costs.
The market in fire protection worldwide will grow to 54 bn. Euro by 2015, from 35 bn. Euro today. This is only active and passive fire protection. The whole value chain counts for more than 150 billion Euro. The standards and regulations are off compliance, depending on countries. There are more than 5000 relevant companies in the industry and about 200 leading companies, over 15000 in total worldwide. New technologies and processes are riquired and expected with nanotechnologies and converging markets, information and material scienes mainly.
The organisation Fire Protection Industry Worldwide ( FPI )