Essay heading: Optimal Levels of Pollution

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December 27, 2005

 

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He begins his essay by asking us what we want to achieve. Let us say that the goal in mind is to take positive steps towards improving the condition of our current environment. If we want to make the air cleaner and reduce GHG emissions, we must first ask ourselves some questions. These might include: how may we go about doing this? How clean is clean? What exactly does clean mean? How low of a level must the emissions be before they are obsolete? Do we really need them to be obsolete? And skeptics may even ask, “Why do we need clean air?” Baxter says that these questions are inevitable and must be stated in order to make a change concerning the current situation...
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These might include: how may we go about doing this? How clean is clean? What exactly does clean mean? How low of a level must the emissions be before they are obsolete? Do we really need them to be obsolete? And skeptics may even ask, “Why do we need clean air?” Baxter says that these questions are inevitable and must be stated in order to make a change concerning the current situation...
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