President Donald Trump has a well-established track record of skepticism and denial of climate change. In the past, he has called global warming a “hoax,” insisted he is “not a big believer in man-made climate change,” and has suggested that “nobody really knows” if climate change really exists. Consequently, he nominated cabinet members to lead the Environmental Protection Agency and the Energy Department who have expressed skepticism toward the scientific agreement on human-caused global warming.
Analyze how President Trump’s thoughts on climate change are influencing current environmental policies and regulation. Need 5 sources, one must be the bible.
uthority over these lost territories. Nothing and no one could stop his vision, a strong kingdom including the old western border. When he rose into power the western Empire was fading from memory, this concerned Justinian and influenced his decision to reform the empire, along with the desertion of faith in Italy under Barbarians rule. During his era, he began conquering the lands of the old empire and re-establishing the power and might of the Romans. With the aid of Belisarius, he was able to regain a large amount of the old western empire. This was an outstanding accomplishment due to the relatively short amount of time he took to triumph compared to other rulers. Throughout the years Justinian gained and lost land, especially towards the end of his tenure, Italy and other parts of the old western empire were struggling to stay under the Byzantine rule. Due to his eagerness Justinian had to conquer the west immediately, without adequate planning the empire will lose the land they had recently captured. This was a major downfall During his reign, Justinian made a large alteration to the law and legislation. When he rose to the throne there were a whole multitude of law books and rules with most judges and lawyers unable to understand the complexity and jurisdiction of the sentencing process. Not only did remembering the vast array of laws create problems but also many contradicted each other. Each empire wrote laws that would benefit their own ruling bodies at the time without checking that the rule would not be at variance with existing laws. This created deliberation and a heavy workload for the legal system. Gibbon writes, “In the space of ten centuries the infinite variety of laws and legal opinions had filled many thousand volumes books”. Justinian had assigned Tribonian, an important Roman law writer, to take all of these laws and concise them into a new law book. Tribonian does so and finishes in the year 533Ac, with a new and improved law system .Afterwards he assisted Justinian with other legal matters throughout his ruling. The law was in order again, as Gledon highlights, without Justinian and Tribonian the roman law would be lost forever. Justinian’s law would carry on throughout history, enabling people to rely on these new laws to defend themselves whenever necessary. The law put order into the empire, it showed the importance of how a clear and concise legal system could benefit the empire. Justinian knew this and did what no other emperor had done before him, he had solved the long-lasting problem of implementing effective legislation. This would not be forgotten, with many great rulers afterwards referring to his legal strategy whenever times became difficult. This is a major success for Justinian’s ruling, with the law in place he can oversee its virtue. He can create order in his kingdom, less violence and more harmony. With the empire united he could continue focusing on his other goals, expanding territory and establish religious unity. Another important action Justinian achieved was trying to reunite the Monotheist, Polytheism and the Christian religions. Justinian fell in love with an actress, named Theodora, who he decided to marry. She was a Polytheism while he was a Monotheist and it became one of Justinian’s goal to reunite the Christians into one again, especially after his beloved wife’s death. This was not a great success with both sides refusing to relinquish their beliefs, this caused a larger “tear” in the problematic world of the Christians, causing more arguments and dividing the faiths further apart. Justinian was a religious man, as Moorhead descr>GET ANSWER