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Global warming, or climate change, is an increase in the earth's atmospheric temperature since the late nineteenth century. In politics the debate over global warming is centered on whether this increase in temperature is due to greenhouse gas emissions or is the result of a natural pattern in the earth's temperature. See recent climate change news
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No because no matter what the United States does to help the environment, there are many countries who abuse the environment just like we do today. The United States could be the cleanest most environmentally friendly nation in the world but we would be... 2 years ago from a Green in Rivesville, WV
Halt production of chemicals, GMO's, insist of a zero discharge technology as an interim to a space-based manufacturing technology. Obviously the surface of the earth is not suitable to the evolution of an industrial technology. Best savings are... 2 years ago from a Green in Kansas City, MO
Provide incentives for alternative energy production, stop subsidizing oil and gas and coal. 2 years ago from a Green in Bethesda, MD
Government should increase environmental regulations when bad actors are harming the environment. Same type of question back to you: Should government increase financial regulations to prevent global financial problems?. 2 years ago from a Green in Phoenix, AZ
Government needs to regulate the pollution of the planet, not just for climate change; saving the planet is unnecessary, the planet will save itself. However, humans are capable of making the earth inhabitable for themselves. 1 year ago from a Green in Fernley, NV
No, tax carbon emissions instead. But also tax other emissions so that activities show their true environmental cost. Then use the collected money for environmental restoration and preservation. 2 years ago from a Green in Ithaca, NY
Penalties should be higher and stricter to keep environmental damage in check. 2 years ago from a Green in Tempe, AZ
Simply tax carbon emissions so marginal social cost equals marginal private cost. 2 years ago from a Green in Libertyville, IL
No, make existing regulations more stringent and create more incentives to develop, market, and buy renewables and to raise efficiency. More regulations will just stifle. 3 years ago from a Green in Houston, TX
The government should increase incentive for alternate energy while increase regulations to help improve the environment but global warming is a natural occurrence and doing such thing would only be for the wellbeing of humans. 3 years ago from a Green in Muscatine, IA