"I agree. . . that there may be a more realistic approach to regulation development although [Gatty and Blalock] present it in a manner that some may interpret as a 'them' and 'us' debate them being pro-environment and us being pro-business using their descriptives. "The use of pro-environment to describe those who want to see government setting business policies through regulations that allegedly will protect the environment says by default that the pro-business groups are anti-environment. This particularly dealing in packaging issues flies in the face of reality" Root writes. "Perhaps rather than being described as pro-environment those who want to see more government involvement and controls would be more accurately described as 'pro-regulation. . .