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Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Environmental Issues, Expanded : Clashing Views on Environmental Issues, Expanded,9780073514451

Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Environmental Issues, Expanded : Clashing Views on Environmental Issues, Expanded

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Summary

TAKING SIDES: ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES, 13/e EXPANDEDpresents current controversial issues in a debate-style format designed to stimulate student interest and develop critical thinking skills. Each issue is thoughtfully framed with an issue summary, an issue introduction, and a postscript. An instructor´┐Żs manual with testing material is available for each volume. USING TAKING SIDES IN THE CLASSROOM is also an excellent instructor resource with practical suggestions on incorporating this effective approach in the classroom. Each TAKING SIDES reader features an annotated listing of selected World Wide Web sites and is supported by a book website. Visitwww.mhcls.com..

Table of Contents

Prefacep. v
Correlation Guidep. xv
Introductionp. xvii
Environmental Philosophyp. 1
Is the Precautionary Principle a Sound Approach to Risk Analysis?p. 2
Yes: from "The Rise of the Precautionary Principle: A Social Movement Gathers Strength," Multinational Monitor (September 2004)p. 4
No: from "The Precautionary Principle: Is It a Threat to Toxicological Science?" International Journal of Toxicology (January/February 2006)p. 13
Is Sustainable Development Compatible with Human Welfare?p. 22
Yes: from "The European Dream: Building Sustainable Development in a Globally Connected World," E Magazine (March/April 2005)p. 24
No: from "Wilting Greens," Reason (December 2002)p. 32
Should a Price Be Put on the Goods and Services Provided by the World's Ecosystems?p. 37
Yes: from "The Economic Value of Ecological Services Provided by Insects," BioScience (April 2006)p. 39
No: from "Pricing Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: The Never-Ending Story," BioScience (April 2000)p. 51
Principles Versus Politicsp. 63
Should the Endangered Species Act Be Strengthened?p. 64
Yes: from "Testimony before the Oversight Hearing on the Endangered Species Act," U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (May 19, 2005)p. 66
No: from "Testimony before the Oversight Hearing on the Endangered Species Act," U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (May 19, 2005)p. 74
Should the EPA Be Doing More to Fight Environmental Injustice?p. 81
Yes: from "Environmental Justice Programs," Statement before the Subcommittee on Superfund and Environmental Health, Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (July 25, 2007)p. 83
No: from "Environmental Justice Programs," Statement before the Subcommittee on Superfund and Environmental Health, Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (July 25, 2007)p. 89
Can Pollution Rights Trading Effectively Control Environmental Problems?p. 96
Yes: from "Carbon Trading," Electric Perspectives (September/October 2005)p. 98
No: from "Trading Away the Earth: Pollution Credits and the Perils of 'Free Market Environmentalism,'" Dollars & Sense (March/April 1996)p. 106
Energy Issuesp. 117
Should the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Be Opened to Oil Drilling?p. 118
Yes: from "To Drill or Not to Drill," The Independent Review (Fall 2001)p. 120
No: from Senate Energy Committee (October 24, 2005)p. 129
Is Global Warming Skepticism Just Smoke and Mirrors?p. 136
Yes: from "Smoke, Mirrors & Hot Air: How ExxonMobil Uses Big Tobacco's Tactics to Manufacture Uncertainty on Climate Science," Union of Concerned Scientists (January 2007)p. 138
No: from "Liberal 'Scientists' Lead Jihad against Global-Warming Skeptics," Human Events (May 8, 2007)p. 156
Is Wind Power Green?p. 166
Yes: from "Whither Wind?" Orion (September/October 2006)p. 168
No: from "The Wayward Wind?," speech given in the township of Perry, near Silver Lake, Wyoming County, New York (June 19, 2006)p. 177
Should Cars Be More Efficient?p. 190
Yes: from "CAFE Standards," Testimony before Committee on Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation (March 6, 2007)p. 192
No: from "Why the Government's CAFE Standards for Fuel Efficiency Should Be Repealed, Not Increased," The Heritage Foundation Backgrounder (July 11, 2001)p. 200
Do Biofuels Enhance Energy Security?p. 205
Yes: from "Testimony before Committee on Senate Energy and Natural Resources" (April 12, 2007)p. 207
No: from "Biofuels-Facts and Fiction," The Ecologist (March 2007)p. 213
Is It Time to Revive Nuclear Power?p. 220
Yes: from "Testimony before the United States Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources, Hearing on the Department of Energy's Nuclear Power 2010 Program" (April 26, 2005)p. 222
No: from "Brave Nuclear World, Part II" World Watch (July/August 2006)p. 229
Food and Populationp. 243
Do Falling Birthrates Pose a Threat to Human Welfare?p. 244
Yes: from "Birth Dearth," Newsweek (September 27, 2004)p. 246
No: from "The Fewer the Better," New Statesman (November 8, 2004)p. 252
Is Genetic Engineering the Answer to Hunger?p. 258
Yes: from "Is Genetic Engineering the Answer to Hunger?" America (February 21, 2005)p. 260
No: from "Genetic Engineering Is Not the Answer," America (May 2, 2005)p. 264
Is a Large-Scale Shift to Organic Farming the Best Way to Increase World Food Supply?p. 270
Yes: from "Can Organic Farming Feed Us All?" World Watch (May/June 2006)p. 272
No: from "The Organic Myth: A Food Movement Makes a Pest of Itself," National Review (February 9, 2004)p. 281
Toxic Chemicalsp. 289
Should DDT Be Banned Worldwide?p. 290
Yes: from "Malaria, Mosquitoes, and DDT," World Watch (May/June 2002)p. 292
No: from "Statement before the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works, Hearing on the Role of Science in Environmental Policy-Making" (September 28, 2005)p. 300
Do Environmental Hormone Mimics Pose a Potentially Serious Health Threat?p. 311
Yes: from "The Hazards of Environmental Estrogens," The World & I (October 2001)p. 313
No: from "Endocrine Disrupters, Politics, Pesticides, the Cost of Food and Health," Daily Commentary (December 15, 1997)p. 319
Is the Superfund Program Successfully Protecting Human Health from Hazardous Materials?p. 328
Yes: from "Superfund Matures Gracefully," Issues in Science & Technology (Summer 2003)p. 330
No: from "Not in Their Backyard," Mother Jones (May/June 2007)p. 334
Should the United States Reprocess Spent Nuclear Fuel?p. 343
Yes: from "Statement before the House Committee on Science, Energy Subcommittee, Hearing on Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing," United States Senate (June 16, 2005)p. 345
No: from "The Case against a Near-Term Decision to Reprocess Spent Nuclear Fuel in the United States," United States Senate (June 16, 2005)p. 352
Is Carbon Capture Technology Ready to Limit Carbon Emissions?p. 362
Yes: from "Carbon Capture and Sequestration," Testimony before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Energy and Air Quality (March 6, 2007)p. 364
No: from "Carbon Capture & Storage: Blue-Sky Technology or Just Blowing Smoke?" Environmental Health Perspectives (November 2007)p. 375
Should North America's Landscape Be Restored to Its Pre-Human State?p. 385
Yes: from "Restoring America's Big, Wild Animals," Scientific American (June 2007)p. 387
No: from "Pleistocene Park: Does Re-Wilding North America Represent Sound Conservation for the 21st Century?" Biological Conservation (vol. 132, 2006)p. 393
Contributorsp. 403
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