Comparative Philosophy of Environmental Regulations
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This paper investigates the different ways in which Sweden, Japan, and the United States have attempted to resolve problems of environmental damage caused by air pollution from industrial sources. These three countries share common problems resulting from high industrial development and also common technological and scientific resources to overcome those problems; the solutions they have chosen, however, are very different.
KeywordsEnvironmental Policy Pollution Abatement Comparative Philosophy Swedish Kroners Pollution Control Equipment
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