Cet article décrit la politique environnementale des États-Unis, c'est-à-dire l'ensemble des lois et des décisions gouvernementales ayant des conséquences sur l'environnement. Selon American Solar Energy, il y aurait 8,5 millions d'emplois verts aux États-Unis en 2008.↑ Michel Goussot, Espaces et territoires aux États-Unis, Paris, Belin, 2004, ISBN 2-7011-3204-5, p.115↑ Armelle Vincent, « Californie, la passion de l'écologie », dans Géo n°356, octobre 2008, p.58

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  • Cet article décrit la politique environnementale des États-Unis, c'est-à-dire l'ensemble des lois et des décisions gouvernementales ayant des conséquences sur l'environnement. Selon American Solar Energy, il y aurait 8,5 millions d'emplois verts aux États-Unis en 2008.
  • アメリカの環境と環境政策(アメリカのかんきょうとかんきょうせいさく)ではアメリカ合衆国の自然環境に関する実績・政策・状況・問題とその推移を扱う。
  • The environmental policy of the United States is federal governmental action to regulate activities that have an environmental impact in the United States. The goal of environmental policy is to protect the environment for future generations while interfering as little as possible with the efficiency of commerce or the liberty of the people and to limit inequity in who is burdened with environmental costs. This policy grew mainly out of the environmental movement in the United States in the 1960s and 1970s during which several environmental laws were passed, regulating air and water pollution and forming the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Partially due to the high costs associated with these regulations, there has been a backlash from business and politically conservative interests, limiting increases to environmental regulatory budgets and slowing efforts to protect the environment. Since the 1970s, despite frequent legislative gridlock, there have been significant achievements in environmental regulation, including increases in air and water quality and, to a lesser degree, control of hazardous waste. Due to increasing scientific consensus on global warming and political pressure from environmental groups, modifications to the United States energy policy and limits on greenhouse gas emission have been proposed, but such efforts have made limited progress.
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  • Cet article décrit la politique environnementale des États-Unis, c'est-à-dire l'ensemble des lois et des décisions gouvernementales ayant des conséquences sur l'environnement. Selon American Solar Energy, il y aurait 8,5 millions d'emplois verts aux États-Unis en 2008.↑ Michel Goussot, Espaces et territoires aux États-Unis, Paris, Belin, 2004, ISBN 2-7011-3204-5, p.115↑ Armelle Vincent, « Californie, la passion de l'écologie », dans Géo n°356, octobre 2008, p.58
  • アメリカの環境と環境政策(アメリカのかんきょうとかんきょうせいさく)ではアメリカ合衆国の自然環境に関する実績・政策・状況・問題とその推移を扱う。
  • The environmental policy of the United States is federal governmental action to regulate activities that have an environmental impact in the United States. The goal of environmental policy is to protect the environment for future generations while interfering as little as possible with the efficiency of commerce or the liberty of the people and to limit inequity in who is burdened with environmental costs.
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  • Environmental policy of the United States
  • アメリカの環境と環境政策
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