Environmental Policy and Carbon Monoxide Argumentative Essay by The Research Group

Environmental Policy and Carbon Monoxide
Position paper on the need for government, corporative and global cooperation to reduce pollution.
# 14933 | 3,600 words | 29 sources | 1999 | US


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Position paper on the need for government, corporative and global cooperation to reduce pollution. Includes costs, goals, law, politics, leadership, business ethics and example (U.S and Mexico

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"ENVIRONMENTAL POSITION PAPER: REDUCTION OF CO2 EMISSIONS

Problem Description
A major environmental concern in the contemporary period is global warming. Conservative governments continually attempt to either deny the reality or global warming or to deny that human actions are the cause of the phenomenon if it is occurring. Until mid-1995, governments could always find some credible scientists to support their positions. The release of the report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in September 1995; however, stripped governments of this security blanket, as findings were published linking human economic activity to the phenomenon of global warming (Stevens, 1995). Regulation of the production of chloroflourocarbons (CFCs), a major cause of global warming, has been woefully ineffective ..."

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