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Study the following information carefully to answer the given questions: Pollution control can no longer be viewed as a national problem to be addressed by individual countries on the basis of national sovereignty. As the international effects of the Chernobyl nuclear accident make clear, pollutants do not respect political boundaries; thus, every nation has a legitimate stake in the environmental practices and policies of its neighbours.
Which of the following, if true, most strongly supports the view expressed in the passage?
Acid rain from factories in the mid-western United States pollutes lakes in Canada.
Soviet leaders refused western reporters access to safety records after the Chernobyl accident.
Neighboring states within the United States are often unable to agree on joint pollution control efforts.
Existing international bodies have no authority to impose pollution control regulations on member-nations.
Fishers form Japanese fleets have increasingly depleted fish supplies in United States’ territorial waters.
Correct Option is Acid rain from factories in the mid-western United States pollutes lakes in Canada.
Solution:The author cite one example of international pollution, so another example would help strengthen his claim. (a) provides such an example.
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