Clark_11e-TB-Comb-U09-FQs

Clark_11e-TB-Comb-U09-FQs - Appendix I for Unit Nine...

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Appendix I for Unit Nine Questions on the Features CHAPTER 45—CONTEMPORARY LEGAL DEBATES: SHOULD THE EPA TAKE THE THREAT OF GLOBAL WARMING INTO ACCOUNT? A1. Reducing emissions from motor vehicles can make them more expensive to  buy   and   maintain.   Among   the   emissions   is   carbon   dioxide,   which   can  contribute to global warming. According to the United States Supreme  Court   in   Massachusetts v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), with respect to carbon dioxide, the Clean Air Act a. gives the EPA the authority to regulate. b. prohibits the EPA from regulating because the increased expense. c. requires the EPA to regulate because of the threat of global warming. d. says nothing about such regulation. ANSWER: A PAGE: 924 TYPE: N NAT: AACSB Communication AICPA Legal B1. Global warming can raise sea levels, which threatens coastal property.  Carbon dioxide can contribute to global warming. Massachusetts filed a 
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2010 for the course MGT 301 taught by Professor Pederson during the Fall '10 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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Clark_11e-TB-Comb-U09-FQs - Appendix I for Unit Nine...

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