The Gordon Act: To Amend or Repeal?
The Gordon Act is a law that was passed in order to establish a wildlife refuge in the Big Dark Swamp. The act also prohibits any building or tree-felling within the boundaries of the refuge. The act has been up for reauthorization several times, and is currently up for reauthorization. There are those who argue that the act should be amended in order to allow for the protection of human health, while others argue that the act should be repealed altogether.More
The Fight Against Environmental Pollution: Policies, Partnerships, and Progress
This essay will be discussing environmental pollution, what it is, the different types, its causes, effects and how to prevent it.More
The Impact of US Presidential Legislation on the Environment
This essay looks at four US presidents – Theodore Roosevelt, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush – and their record on environmental issues. It discusses the pro-environmental legislation that they enacted during their time in office, as well as the anti-environmental laws that they signed into effect.More