The war on terrorisms
The war on terrorisms has had many lost souls, this war has been the most expensive war is history and not a lot of countries are in favor of it.
Because of the terror attacks on September 11, the president of the United States George W Bush and his government has spent hundreds of billions of dollars trying to protect their county and finding terrorist on other countries. (Picture 1)
Terrorism is the affected, use of violence to bring forth fear . Terrorists know what they are doing and their targets are planned in advance. Terrorism may be motivated by political, religious, or ideological ideas. The base of terrorism is to produce fear in someone to make a government change its political attitude. Although it is relatively new in the mainstream world, extremists have practiced terrorism to generate fear and compel a change in behavior throughout history . Before the nineteenth century, terrorists usually recognized innocents - people not involved in conflict - and made sure not to harm them. But now terrorist don’t care who they hurt, they just want to get they point across like the acts of September the 11th. There has been so much money spent on the American led War on Terrorism, but is it actually working or is terrorism here to stay.
Environmental Issues on the War on Terrorism
The environment has probably been hardest hit by the War on Terror, what America has done after the acts of September 11th is that they have enacting the Risk Assessment and Cost-Benefit Act of 1995. This means if a program demonstrated that the benefits would exceed the costs they would go ahead with the program or act . Environmental law scholars and public interest groups have no doubt assumed that the Republican Congress will enact the old cost-benefit bill. The Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act and the Community Right to Know Act, these acts require industrial polluters to monitor their pollutant releases, making this data available to the public. The resulting Toxic Release Inventory database available on the Web has been a powerful tool for environmentalists, frequently leading to dramatic reductions in toxic releases. The Safe Drinking Water Act's mandate that consumers be thoroughly informed about the content of drinking water has kept water treatment operators on their toes . Drinking water treatment plants, for example, are targets for terrorists; by dumping chemicals into water sources, enemies may poison an entire town or city in a matter of hours . The many environmental impacts include, the preparation for war, including training grounds, camps, barracks, weapons testing etc. the immediate impacts of terrorism, are usually sudden, and can be either direct or indirect. Direct impacts include bomb and blast damage to settlements, rural areas and communication networks. Defoliation and ecosystem destruction, the dumping of the machinery of war and the destruction of resources such as oil fields also...