There has been an ongoing â€œbattleâ€ to work towards â€œcl
There has been an ongoing â€œbattleâ€ to work towards â€œclean airâ€ â€“ even as the definition has continued to evolve with scientific research. We each may have different views as to what â€œclean airâ€ even means, what the relative sacrifices are or should be to achieve â€œclean airâ€, and may even wonder how â€œcleanâ€ the air really â€œneedsâ€ to be?Some have argued we have gone overboard with regulations, and that we have not considered legitimate concerns in the decision-making process. For example, how much is it worth to have a job, food, and shelter, and if pollution control endangers that, is it worth it? Can we really set air quality standards (as the Clean Air Act requires) WITHOUT regard to cost? Have we made the air â€œtoo cleanâ€, so that our natural immune systems cannot deal with todayâ€™s airborne challenges? If all these pollution control restrictions force industry away from our region or to other countries, do the health impacts of job loss and its associated competitive disadvantages affect our health in more dramatic ways not being taken into account under the Clean Air Act?For this assignment, consider: how clean should the air we breathe be, and how much is it worth to make it so?Do not tell me the current standard or the estimated costs being spent to clean up the air. Give your opinion and support your opinion regarding how clean you believe the air should be and how much it is worth to make it so.Summarize your thoughts and findings in 2 pages double spacedThis has to BE VERY WELL WRITTEN!