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Which of the following statements about water policy is true? a. The United States does not regulate water quality. b. Policies regulating water pollution and water quality have eliminated
environmentalists concern about water. c. Current laws in place about water policy would eliminate water quality problems if they were enforced. d. The Clean Water Act has helped reduce water contamination, but further efforts are needed to maintain water quality.
The Clean Water Act has helped reduce water contamination, [ but further efforts are needed to maintain water quality.-is true about water policy.
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User: Which of the following statements about water policy is true? a. The United States does not regulate water quality. b. Policies regulating water pollution and water quality have eliminated environmentalists concern about water. c. Current laws in place about water policy would eliminate water quality problems if they were enforced. d. The Clean Water Act has helped reduce water contamination, but further efforts are needed to maintain water quality.

Weegy: The Clean Water Act has helped reduce water contamination, [ but further efforts are needed to maintain water quality.-is true about water policy.
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User: How is the world population projected to change in the next few decades? a. It is projected to level off. b. It is projected to decrease steadily. c. It is projected to increase steadily. d. It is projected to double within 5 years.

Weegy: c. It is projected to increase steadily.is the answer
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User: Permits in the cap and dividend policy are issued for carbon dioxide production.

Weegy: A cap-and-dividend policy will assert the principle of common ownership of nature's wealth: the right to benefit from our share of the Earth's capacity to absorb carbon emissions is allocated equally to all Americans. [ It will protect the real incomes of the majority of Americans while curbing global warming and hastening the U.S. economy's transition towards the energy sources of the future. From the standpoints of both distributional equity and political feasibility, a cap-and-dividend policy is therefore an attractive way to curb carbon emissions. ]
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