As a state which is highly respected in the international community, the United States must pursue an environmental policy which aims to convert all the actions done in the past. Although this policy may impair some of the corporation in the country, it is a must for the United States to envision a world that is abundant of natural resources that will not only be beneficial for one individual but also will different regional blocks in the world.
Reflecting that the world offers different resources in variety of locations, the international community has the responsibility to support and act accordingly in order to regain the prosperity of our nature. Conclusion In order to have a strong foreign policy, the government must create a panel which address the needs of the people in having a cleaner and fresher air not only for the present generation but for the future generation as well. The first target of the government must be the high amount of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) which is emitted by cars as well as the factories within the country.
Evidently, the local government of the United States has already created a resolution regarding this matter for it already had implemented the Clean Air Act (US Environmental Protection Agency, n. p. ) which protects the society from the harmful effects of the carbon emissions as well as to protect the earth from the hazardous effects of polluted air. Thus, the president must be able to communicate to the world of his aims and desire to lessen the air pollutants.
It is only through the coordination of the United States and its exercise of its influence in the form of media and popularity that other countries would give the United States the upper hand in creating a better environment for the future.
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