Air Quality Management Survey

Air quality management decisions are often made among competing interests and perspectives. These involve trade-offs. For example, remediating a contaminated site may call for excavation of soil, which is then incinerated. The complete incineration will result in generating and emitting greenhouse gases. Determining whether this approach is successful and appropriate depends on the extent and quality of options from which these emissions occur. Share your thoughts on which trade-offs you feel should be made.