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Environmental regulation has been, at best, a somewhat mixed success story.
It did not address every nuance -- indeed it couldn't have and remained both short and engaging.IN DEFENSE OF DEROY: At the risk of angering one of my kind hosts, I wish to defend Deroy Murdock's attack on anti-Exxon Mobil activism.Sasha raises many good points in his post, but I think he concedes too much to the anti-corporate campaigners.'Environmentalists,' he writes, 'are painting Earth's largest oil producer as the Godzilla of global warming'; meanwhile, shareholder activists 'play 'good cop' on the inside,' claiming that 'they simply want Exxon Mobil to mend its ways to boost shareholder value.' The article disapproves of both groups... The environmental activists are 'Trustafarians' (learn a new word every day), 'puppet-wielding rabble rousers' and 'rowdy anarchists who survive on veggie burritos.' More substantively, Greenpeace has a boycott campaign; the protesters themselves study 'ways to raise hell' at the stockholders meeting, hold seminars on exposing corporate greed and or women in the Zapatista struggle, and promise a mock trial of People v.Exxon Mobil and a 'festival of resistance.' Greenpeace accuses Exxon Mobil of 'burning the planet for profit' and Radical Encuentro says Exxon Mobil has already 'destroyed the environment.' So far, so good...
Sasha is certainly correct that environmental problems are real.