Environmental Policy Formulation Research Paper by The Research Group

Environmental Policy Formulation
A look at the protection of public health from pollution, legislation, politics and economics including scientific knowledge, regulation, values, carcinogens, control of industry and chlorine.
# 21486 | 3,600 words | 21 sources | 1994 | US
Published on Feb 28, 2003 in Environmental Studies (Economics and Policy)


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"Phasing-Out Chlorine: An Environmental Policy Examination
Introduction


From Love Canal to Columbia Beach to "Agent Orange" to the "ozone hole" to a myriad of other phenomena, the detrimental impacts on human health and environmental safety of chlorine byproducts gradually raised public awareness of the dangers associated with the industrial use of chlorine (Daniel, Reddy, Stober, and Olson, 1991, pp. 665-670; Daniel, Olson, and Stober, 1991, pp. 32-39). As public awareness of the hazards associated with the use of chlorine and chlorine byproducts has risen, so too have pressures for the..."

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