Addressing the Problem of Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Total text length is 16,340 characters (approximately 11.3 pages).

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Addressing the Problem of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Major power production technologies – such as coal plants – and major transportation technologies (automobiles) are causing considerable pollution and greenhouse gas emissions that are now threatening our natural environment; suffice it to say, this may end up having serious repercussions for our children and grandchildren. Given this, what can be done to fix the situation and create a sustainable problem for future generations? Reviewing the problem carefully, it appears as though a social fix (educating the public, legislation aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and penalties for polluters) need to be implemented; it is equally true that technological innovations may help;...
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