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Apr 22, 2013


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This is good new indeed. With the earth's ability to mitigate some of the atmospheric CO2 increase, this should help a lot.

As I'm teaching a general education environmental chemistry class this semester I've been thinking about we can use things like ozone depletion and hopefully CO2 emissions to study how to create effective responses to environmental issues.

What is the best balance of market forces and governmental intervention? What types of messages effectively motivate public awareness of these issues? How do we let good solutions "float to the top" of the political pool? Those are the types of questions I wonder about, but which we need more data to work with.

Michael W. Kruse

Wow! I'd love to know more about your class and what conclusions are reached. It is such an important topic.

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