Environmental Responsibility Of A Nuclear Plant

1237 WordsApr 2, 20165 Pages
This paper compares the three most common types of environmental responsibility that most businesses will follow due to law, business ethics, or their own need. The articles differ due to the type of business, and also which responsibility they either chose or are forced to follow. The first article addresses how the laws can force the fishing industry to follow the limits it imposes in the marine reserves found across the world. The second article addresses how ensuring future production can force a company to address the responsibility of finding a different type of product to use in order for the other to repopulate and ensure the use of it in later years. Finally, the third article relates to how a company follows its own business…show more content…
The new reserve was developed near the Galápagos Islands, which are located about 1899.8 Miles from Florida. The largest section is 15000 square miles surrounding Darwin, (Harvey, 2016) named after Charles Darwin, who used his findings on the islands to form his theory of evolution, and Wolf the two most northern islands. The reserve contains all different kinds of sharks, which is highly unusual due to their over hunting and fishing. The reserve also contains some coral reef, which is why it is very important and needs to be protected. The reserve is now a no-take zone, which means there is absolutely no fishing at all. I found this article interesting because the idea of protecting the coral reefs and fish, including sharks, from overfishing and the possibility of seafloor mining due to the fishing industry, is imperative. Ensuring future production Since the first article involved industrial fishing and the damage it can do, the next article will involve logging. “Is China is exporting its environmental problems?”. This article discusses China’s campaign to protect the forest. After years of logging the countryside and hills being bare, in 1998, massive floods caused millions of people to leave their homes (Minter, 2016). With stricter local bans on logging, the damage was reversed. With that, there is another issue. China has been importing lumber
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