Essay on Business: Air Pollution and Clean Air Act

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La’Wanda Caldwell Environmental Issues SCI/362 November 28, 2011

University of Oxford philosopher, John Broome, says that people should think through ethical choices explicitly. Raven, Berg, Hassenzhual Source? These choices can include benefit distribution appropriately and across the present population of the planet, the costs associated with climate change policies. For future generations, how we act will put an impact on climate change with limited impacts. Opposed to expected outcomes used to economic modeling, as outcomes of climate change is to the correct weighting of potential catastrophic worst case.
The Viewpoint of George Perkins Marsh is that he wrote of global environmental change and humans as the agents of global change. Gifford Pinchot was first appointed as the head of the United States Forest Service by Theodore Roosevelt. Scientifically managing forests and expanding reserves of the nation’s forest is Pinchot supported. John Muir, a naturalist with efforts to response to Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks were establishing Aldo Leopold wrote about humanity acquiring relationships with nature. Wallace Stegner’s view supported the passage of the Wilderness act of 1964. In Rachel Carson’s view alertness of the uncontrolled pesticide use to the public was publish in Silent Spring. Paul Ehrilch view raised the public awareness of the dangers of overpopulation in The Population Bomb he wrote (Raven Berg, Hassenzhual, 2010). Personally regarding viewpoints on climate change have to do extensive research and come up with a game plan on action that will be taken. People need to take the necessary precautionary measure to learn more ways to save the earth’s surface. One thing that was discussed was to see the nation going green. Basically meaning that America and the rest of the world needs to become energy efficient so they would be less pollution here on earth. An essential component of any effective climate policy is environmental diplomacy suggested by political scientist Richard N. L. Andrews. Policy decisions have been made at local or national levels of the past major changes from policy decisions. Actions of all people affect all other people regarding climate changes. Roles in managing ocean resources, combating the ozone hole, and limiting acid rain have played a role in diplomacy. Understanding climate science and effective international negotiation is depending on the future of the climate of the Earth.
Government often uses pollution-control laws that require specific technologies, which are command, and control regulations. To reduce emissions with incentives providing industries and emission targets established are pollution-control laws that work in incentive-based regulations. In 1970, the Clean Air Act passed to improve air quality in the United States. The Clean Air Act authorizes the Environmental Protection Agency to set limits in the United States of how much of specific air pollutants are allowed (Raven, Berg, Hassenzhual 2010). The decline of lead has the most dramatic improvement. Also reductions in sulfur