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  • The Environmental and Protection Agency

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    in the atmosphere act similarly to a barrier, that traps the suns heat causing the planet to become warmer. Due to air pollution, it contributes to global warming and also effecting the air quality. Through the actions of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),the EPA is able to pursue in reducing our greenhouse gas emissions and improving our air quality. With the help of the EPA, the EPA is aimed to develop standards for emissions of greenhouse gasses from stationary and transportation

  • Massachusetts v. Environmental Protection Agency

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    environmentalism, working for environmental justice and children’s health, advancing science, research, and technological innovation (EPA Strategic Plan, 2010). Assembly Bill 32 (AB 32) and Senate Bill 375 (SB 375) are the two key public policy components that identify planning and development efforts to GHG emission reduction. Both are part of the goals that EPA is aiming to achieve by the year 2020. AB 32 is the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006, which is an environmental law, passed in California

  • The Pros And Cons Of The Environmental Protection Agency

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    The Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA is the result of a 1970 executive order by President Richard Nixon for the purpose of protecting the environment of the United States through regulation on business and citizens. Public opinion on the Environmental Protection Agency has been divided fairly evenly across the population of the United States as of recently, as compared to the widespread public concern of the 50’s and 60’s that led to the agency’s creation. Recently the agency has come under

  • The Importance Of Environmental Protection On The Environment

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    Corporations, governmental agencies, and civil society organizations all play different roles in either supporting or impeding our efforts to solve environmental concerns. These organizations have the ability to alter the way individuals, communities, and societies decide to respond to the environmental issues that influence our way of living. As corporations remain obscure on their true intentions and business models we are witnessing a lack of trust in our government agencies and a mass increase

  • It’s Time to Organize an International Environmental Protection Agency

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    It’s Time to Organize an International Environmental Protection Agency After more than two centuries of destroying the Earth, we have finally come to the point where doing anymore harm will destroy not only our planet but also ourselves. The year is 2100. With average worldwide temperatures rising by six degrees Fahrenheit (EPA qtd Washington Post 1) numerous environmental problems have resulted. With the temperature rise Arctic and Antarctic ice caps began to melt, the resulting sea level rise

  • Environmental Protection Must Be Our Top Priority

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    pesticide use in the US has doubled.4 As an environmentalist (or a "radical" environmentalist, as I am often labeled by members of the mainstream environmental movement), I feel it is my duty as a protector of the Earth's well-being to write this editorial as a means of bringing into the American consciousness a variety of frightening environmental issues. Though some of you may be aware of these problems, I know many are not, and thus may be shocked to learn about the degradation of our Earth

  • Environmental Protection

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    The situation about environmental protection began to change in the early 1980s, as the Reagan administration labeled environmental regulations a burden on the economy and tried to weaken them and reduce their enforcement (Dunlap and McCright, 2008). The anti-environmental orientation of the Republican Party became important yet again following the Newt Gingrich led Republican takeover of Congress in 1994, sparking a modest negative reaction from the public (Dunlap,2002), and has been greatly amplified

  • Challenges of Environmental Protection

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    Animals Rite by Anna Quindlen, the three authors suggest how human activities have contributed to the destruction of Nature. As environmental issues were presented by scientists around the world, governments began to pay more attention to environmental protection laws. However, there are many challenges in implementing environmental protection policies. Some of the top environmental concerns are related to air pollution and waste and the public is becoming well aware of the horrible consequences of pollution

  • Essay On Environmental Protection

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    Laws for environmental preservation The government has implemented new policies that have comprehensive rules to try to prevent the pollution to the environment. The State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA) is in charge of coming up with laws. After the laws are drawn up, they await approval from the State Council. The purpose of SEPA is to circulate environmental laws and rules, gather information and statistics as well as contribute guidance on environmental problems. The Chinese government

  • The Importance Of Environmental Protection

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    Introduction In any other era, the environment is very important for humans. Between the environment and the development have close relationships: the environment is the geographical and the objects of development, the development are causes create environmental change. Currently, the environment is the hot issue of the humanity. Environment pollution has happened on wide area and become more serious problem. The speed industrialization rapid urbanization and the rise population put pressure on the environment

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