Is pollution a social problem? Can it be solved using collective action such a public discussion?
Query by Jesse Macdonald: Is pollution a social problem? Can it be solved making use of collective action this sort of a public discussion?
If not, what are some other methods to prevent pollution in the long term?
Very best reply:
Answer by Homer
Pollution is definitely a topic or problem that can be addressed through public discourse, as prolonged as that discourse concludes with consent on a study course of action that results in laws or policies on what waste management (or prospective-polluting) practices are appropriate, or what other behaviors that could lead to pollution, are executed in a manner that minimizes environmental, and by extension, societal impacts. Until finally culture talks and agrees on what is finest for on their own, activies creating pollution will keep on un-hindered.
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