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Abstract of Ozone talks fail over US stance Reuters CNNcom 2003 3 pp This article in my view is very enlightening as to the complacent discontent that the United States portrays concerning environmental issues We all know the stance the US takes on Global Warming Now we know how the US feels in some way about harming the ozone As long as it does not have an effect on the pockets of big business its alright to implement guidelines to help the ozone but once it does we see that the United States tries to pull back There are numerous countries that bear large economical burdens to sustain their environment Germany has substantial taxes on gas to lower emissions of CO2 into the atmosphere Costa Rica has spent a lot of their gross revenues to rebuild their forest and give back to the environment If the United States fails to aid progress than all the attempts others make fall short The US leads the world in many negative aspects like global warming and firearm deaths We as the United States need to be a front-runner in the protection of our environment We need to extend as much thought to our environment as we do to our security I agree with the ozone experts from the EU that oppose US requests to use a higher percentage of chemicals that harm the ozone The article is very informative not only about US intent but alternatives to harmful chemicals It surprises me that the US wants to up the use of methyl bromide in 2005 when the chemical is supposed to be phased out by then In my opinion the US basically believes they are exempt from global policies I always read articles and hear in the news the negative actions of the US I wish we could enter an age in which we beautified the world and lived sustainable with our environment The republicans and democrats
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