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    Reliance on the Government to Solve Environmental Problems

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    To what extent can we rely on the government to solve environmental problems? What are some of the government's limitations? Take a stand on the role and usefulness of government regulations on business activities.

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    The Government and Environmental Problems

    We can (and should always be able to) rely on governments at the local, state, and federal level to solve environmental problems. Crime is solved by them using police, and unfortunate jail/prison systems. Taxes are collected by the Internal Revenue ...

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    This response discusses the role of the government to solve environmental problems and the extent or limitations of that role.