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Comparison of the environmental policies of two States, or two countries; the United States of America and Ireland
Comparison Of The Environmental Policies Of Two States, Or Two Countries; The United States Of America And Ireland
Length: 8 pages (2217 Words)
This purpose of this paper is to give a comparison of the environmental policies of two states. In this case, it will give a comparison between the United States and Ireland. The paper will discuss the similarities and differences of the environmental policies of the two states. The report will be helpful because it will be a discussion under the subject of environmental studies and forestry in which is one of the most debatable topics. The significance of the environmental policies in both countries will also be discussed.
In every state, there are laws and regulations set to govern the activities that take place within the state. There are international laws and regulations set by the united nations that are recognized internationally by all the members’ states of the United Nations. However, there are other policies that are set to govern a particular country. The legislature of a particular state such as the United States comes up with a policy that is voted in to become a law or an act. In relation to the environmental studies, there are environmental policies that are recognized internationally and there are others that are set by the legislatures of the distinct states (Jörgens 2013). Environmental policies are the laws and regulations that are set for organizations concerning the environmental issues. The policies include maintenance of the ecosystem, air and water pollution, maintenance of biodiversity, and solid waste management. Environmental policy of any State or country refers to the deliberate arrangements taken by a the government to oversee the undertakings of the populace within that nation in order to counteract, downgrade, reduce, or alleviate any destructive influences on environment and the natural resources.