We know that government can directly shape the ‘rules of the game’ for anyone, producing anything. And, we learned about some of the tools governments have to accomplish environmental goals. But how far is too far for government involvement in environmental protection?Develop a 750-word (minimum) response to the above question as well as the issues that follow. In your essay, think about where you would draw the line as far as how much government should spend on environmental protection (if you think there should be a limit at all). Should government be allowed to take someone’s property away from them, or limit their ability to use their property as they see fit, in the name of environmental protection and the public good? Does government have an obligation to compensate someone when the use of their property is limited for environmental reasons?