“There are no solutions,” says economist Thomas Sowell. “There are only trade-offs.”
Sowell’s claim is especially true when it comes to the issue of pollution. We have no solution that will allow us to eliminate all pollution, so we are forced to make trade-offs, such as exchanging a certain level of pollution for economic growth.
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