Great Lakes decision has a ripple effect across the world positively and negatively. They are going to affect countries with different backgrounds socially and demographically. Socially it will affect how the people live in different regions of the world especially the effects of their health. Numerous reports outlines the dangers of leaded gasoline from adversely affects the neurological, kidney, cardiovascular system and high blood pressure in adults. Children are the most adversely affected between the ages of one and two years absorbing over 40 to 50 percent of lead. The demographics in place are the underdeveloped, third world countries that rely on the tetraethyl lead (TEL) for their economic survival. These countries are not advanced enough to use alternate means so they depend on the TEL.
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