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  • Mexico's Environmental Regulations
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    The Environmental Implications of The NAFTA on North America By Jonathan Eidse Political Science 101,'s 02 Prof. G. McDougal November 18, 1998 Eidse 1 Introduction Prior to 1994, trade and the environment were two entirely separate issues. There were no environmental regulations found in the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) or in the Free Trade Agreement (FTA). Upon the signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) environmental concerns of North America as a whole were...
  • Level Of Ngos
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    NGOs: Help or Hindrance In his article, John McCormick establishes that the number of NGOs present in the world today probably exists well into the six figures (P. 60). Assuming that the role of NGOs is to keep governmental organizations in check when it comes to environmental issues, it frustrated me to think that there actually could be such problems with environmental issues. Certainly hundreds of thousands of such organizations must be able to regulate the environment in an efficient manner ...
  • Preservation Of The Environment
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    Environmental issues, and policies have recently come to the for-front of American politics in the past four decades. This recent rise in the environment is due in part to the rapid boom in population in the past 40 years. The two major party candidates for the 2000 presidential election have keyed in on certain environmental issues to make strong arguments for the presidency. Gov. George W. Bush, who is the republican presidential candidate, is pretty much anti-environmental, but the rich peopl...
  • Research Paper Without Help From Ikea
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    FOREWORD The first time I visited an IKEA-store was in Elisabeth, New Yer sey, The U.S. The year was 1995 and I still r ember the joy and excitement when I entered the building. It was huge and it was typical Swedish. Being far away from Sweden obviously make you kind of patriotic and when I saw the IKEA logo with its blue and yellow colors it almost felt like I was home in Sweden again. I had been working in The U. S for 1 1/2 year when I decided to visit IKEA. My first impression of IKEA was v...
  • Norton's Views For The Environment
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    The United States secretary of interior designate is Gale Norton. She was appointed that position for one reason, "because she can get the job done with her experience" among other things, George Bush said after her appointed her to his cabinet. Experience she does have, she was a native of Kansas that moved to Colorado in hear early childhood, getting to enjoy the environment of the Rocky Mountain range. In her early professional life, she worked with community groups and businesses with a Law ...
  • Look A Lot Of The Environmental Issues
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    Do Environmental Restrictions Violate Basic Economic Freedoms? YES-John Shanahan Shanahan argues that the environment is in no state of emergency, and with proper actions, the idea of using protected lands is a wise decision. People do want to see the environment protected, but in the same breath many other important issues are raised which seem to move ahead of it. There is the idea of our economy, a most vital part of the worlds stability, but more importantly our own. Then we must deal with t...

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