1. The idea of global warming has notbeen universally accepted. Discuss how the law must balance competingscientific opinions and make decisions in light of uncertainty. How should thisbe done? 2. Discuss the different stakeholderswho have concern in this situation. What are their interests, and which stakeholder should have the priority position? 3. Environmental law is both federal and state-controlled. Discuss the effect on stateregulations if the federal government, through the Environmental Protection Agency, changes the standards for air pollution and carbon dioxide emissions.