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Air Pollution Strategies
Examines whether current air pollution strategies improve the quality of air.
# 50206 | 1,646 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2004 | US


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This paper argues that the growing incidences of asthma, cancer, global warming, and the greenhouse effect prove that strategies being used to combat air pollution are not working. The paper concludes that we need to derive new strategies for powering our industries and transportation, since our dependency on pollution-rich fossil fuels will eventually make our planet uninhabitable.

From the Paper:

"The fact that the World Health Organization and the United Nations have limited resources and regulatory power make it difficult, if not completely impossible, to stop a third world nation from implementing highly inefficient industries in an attempt to grow and prosper. Whole economies like that of the Soviet Union and China function completely on outdated technologies and fuel efficiencies. There is no global authority in place to tell China to stop misusing oil rations. As long as the United States continues to sell Hummers that get an unbelievable eight miles to a gallon in many instances, we as a nation are in no position to regulate anything".

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