Good question. I think the biggest role that our government should have and one that they’re starting to accept is creating incentives and tax breaks for going green. Cash for Clunkers helped a bit. Giving tax breaks to people putting in alternative energy sources in their house is also available. If they can stop subsidizing so much corn and sugar and start putting subsidies in a more balanced industrial agricultural structure, they could provide a very benevolent role for the environment.
A lot, in an ideal world, a government should place a high-priority on things that constitute an international threat. The general public, however, is more concerned with money more often than not, and so it goes back to incentives and subsidies as usual.
More legislation geared towards green regulations would help a lot though.
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