Sustainable Economics and the EPA

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Sustainable Economics and the EPA Sustainable or ecological economics is at the forefront of the movement toward economic growth and  simultaneous environmental protection or a "green" economy. Critics of "green" initiatives often point to the U.S.  Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) regulations as bad for the economy and responsible for plant  closures, job losses, and/or costs that hinder industry's ability to remain competitive in the global economy.  Research the EPA's effect on the economy over the years. Post to the discussion forum your findings on the 3  talking points below. Provide actual industry examples illustrating or supporting your conclusions that EPA  regulation has or has not historically been a significant factor in: 1) Plant closures, 2) Job losses, and 3)  Industry lost competitive advantage.  Resources: Do the following internet searches: "EPA+plant closure", "EPA+job losses", and "EPA+competitive  advantage" to find supporting articles or documents to reference in your post. 
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course ECONOMY G123/EC100 taught by Professor Melissa during the Spring '10 term at Rasmussen College.

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