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Research Log Part Four Joe Gallant 10/03/07 1. Bogdonoff, Sondra and Jonathan Rubin. “The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative: taking action in Maine.” Environment 49.2 (March 2007): p8(9). The main question this author seems to be trying to answer is “What is the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative?” The explanation is in depth and includes how various other states became involved in the RGGI with a focus on main. It discusses what the RGGI will do/is doing in the states that are participating in it. It discusses how the RGGI focuses on power plants, as power plants are the number one cause of global warming in the US. It also talks about what states can do to offset their global warming emissions including planting trees, using renewable sources of energy, and using methane from landfills as a fuel for a power plant. The question is related to my project as I plan to use the RGGI as a case study. The claim is related to the claim I plan to make as I plan to talk about how grassroots organizing is effective in getting environmental change in relation to air pollutants across. This article discussed how the RGGI came about and what the RGGI in an in depth manner. It is obviously important to know the subject one is planning to discuss in order to make a claim about that subject. I found this by searching the database of the environmental index for the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. 2.
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