Lakshman Guruswamy, Integrated Environmental Control: The Expanding Matrix, 22 Env't L. 77 (1992), available at https://scholar.law.colorado.edu/articles/1546.
Professor Guruswamy addresses the configuration of forces creating global warming, and canvasses the action necessary to deal with this challenge. He identifies key reasons accounting for the failure of the United States to take adequate measures to control emissions of carbon dioxide at the national level, and for resisting international attempts to do so. Guruswamy argues that the problem of global warming should be dealt with within the framework of Integrated Environmental Control (IEC)--a radical approach to pollution prevention and modification of product demand. He reasons that by encompassing energy policy within the matrix of pollution control, IEC will promote the formulation of strategies that avoid the primary cause of global warming: fossil fuel dependence.
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