A powerful impetus for corporate environmental policy change is government mandated regulations. Before addressing the current regulatory regime, the right to pollute must first be discussed. Then, the pros and cons of two methods – the cost-benefit and polluter pays methods – will be introduced. Next are policy recommendations that attempt to address the cons of the recommended polluter pays system. Finally, the role of scientists and engineers in the public discourse regarding environmental regulations, and in general, will be laid out.View More Encouraging Corporate Policy: An Ethical Analysis of Environmental Regulatory Methods
Author: Brandon Chew
Klotho: The Neural Enhancer of the Future?
4/5/2019 Profiled article C. Zimmer, “One Day There May Be a Drug to Turbocharge the Brain. Who Should Get It?”, The New York Times, 2019.…View More Klotho: The Neural Enhancer of the Future?
Grateful Patient Programs: Doctors as Caregivers and Fundraisers
3/8/2019 Profiled article P. Galewitz, “Hospitals Are Asking Their Own Patients to Donate Money”, Jan. 28, 2019. [Online] The New York Times. Available at: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/24/business/hospitals-asking-patients-donate-money.html?rref=collection%2Ftimestopic%2FEthics…View More Grateful Patient Programs: Doctors as Caregivers and Fundraisers