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Unformatted text preview: 23:11 3-12 ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY Cochran chap 14 We care enough about it but not enough to change our ways drastically All three levels of analysis – local – state and international Fed vs state texas lac on environmental issues because huge on oil Florida all for because they want to keep the tourists coming Left right issue Environmental left Skeptics – right For everything you get – negative externality Chronology 19 th century conservationist don’t over use resources sustainable development preservationist keep everyone/everything undestroyed Henry David Thoreau Theodore Roosevelt Conservative but not in huge favor of big buisness He was a conservationist – pushed expansion of national park National park established in this era 20 th century environmental issues not that big of deal caere more about economic growth FDR Liberal but not so much conservationist Economic growth and environmental on a collision course-middle class might think environmentalism as a luxery 1960 enviorment big push silent spring – Rachel Carson founder of contemporary environmental movement, author of Silent Spring ppl got scared felt nation was richer and could deal great society – build up nation anti – consumer movement...
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