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    Global Warming: Course of Action

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    Topic: â??If we cannot be certain that global warming and upper-level ozone depletion are caused by industrial activity rather than being natural fluctuation or cycles, should we take action or simply wait and see what happens?â?

    From a neutral position on the topic, provide some "Courses of Actions" and the "Pros and Cons (bulleted)" of each course of Action. Pros and Cons can range from Locally to Regionally to Nationally to Globally:

    1) Idea(s) to Take Action: <Briefly Describe the Action>
    a. List Pros
    b. List Cons

    2) Take No Action: <No Describe Required>
    a. List Pros
    b. List Cons

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    Global Warming: Course of Action
    Topic: If we cannot be certain that global warming and upper-level ozone depletion are caused by industrial activity rather than being natural fluctuation or cycles, should we take action or simply wait and see what happens?

    From a neutral position on the topic, provide some "Courses of Actions" and the "Pros and Cons (bulleted)" of each course of Action. Pros and Cons can range from Locally to Regionally to Nationally to Globally:

    1) Idea(s) to Take Action:
    a. List Pros
    b. List Cons

    2) Take No Action:
    a. List Pros
    b. List Cons

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    1. Ideas to take action:

    Measure the Amount of Pollution that is being put into the environment from industrial sources.

    Locally to Regionally:
    Identify local and regional industrial sources, and measure the amount of pollution that is being put into the environment from these sources.

    Pro: Amount of pollution from each source will be known.
    Con: Margin of error in collecting and reporting such data.

    Pro: Each ...

    Solution Summary

    Ideas to take action:

    Measure the Amount of Pollution that is being put into the environment from industrial sources.
    Locally to Regionally:
    Identify local and regional industrial sources, and measure the amount of pollution that is being put into the environment from these sources.
    Nationally to Globally:
    Compile the findings of the local and regional industrial sources, and this will allow measurement of the amount of pollution that is being put into the environment nationally and globally.

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