Our agricultural and food industry has been compromised over the past couple of years in
ways we would have never imagined possible. George Santayana once said, the earth has music
for those who listen. This compromise stands in
The Environmental Policy Paradox
The Regulatory Environment
The Regulatory Context
Different reasons/theories on why we have regulationsdepends on issueRegulations have been devised to deal with environmental problems. Regulation models explai
Debate Report #2
Should We Continue to Rely on Fossil Fuels?
Fossil Fuels are finite resources made up of organic material. Petroleum was once known
as Black Gold because of the wealth that was brought after striking oil deposits
Must understand nature/ecology to understand environment policy and its
Ecologyexplains the relationship between people and the natural world- The
subfield of biology that strives to explain the interrelationships among
Debate Report #3
Does the World Need High-Tech Agriculture?
High- Tech Agriculture has become the main source for industrial farming due to high
and cheap demand of vegetation. Farming originally used organic methods, leaving fie
Debate Report #1
Do We Need the Precautionary Principle?
The Precautionary Principle is codified as thus: In order to protect the environment, the
precautionary approach shall be widely applied by states according to their capabi