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Provide extensive explanation

Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger by Julie Sze ISBN 978-0520300743
Share a quote or summarize a passage from the Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger book that provided an ″aha″ or insightful moment about environmental racism/environmental injustice and explain that moment. Provide extensive explanation

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Provide extensive explanation

Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger by Julie Sze ISBN 978-0520300743
Share a quote or summarize a passage from the Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger book that provided an ″aha″ or insightful moment about environmental racism/environmental injustice and explain that moment. Provide extensive explanation

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Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.

You must include the following elements in your Infographic:

§ Title – the infographic must contain a clear and relevant title

§ Topic Statement – an introduction to the topic as well as a clear statement addressing the environmental issue

§ Visuals– supporting information on the environmental issue and a presentation of your research. All information must be referenced. Your Infographic must also include at least:
· 1 geographic map
· 1 graph, chart, or table (e.g.: line graph, bar graph, data table, pie chart)
· Note: The above items cannot come from lecture notes or e-learning modules

§ Text – There must be text supporting the visuals in your Infographic. There is no word limit on the text, but your entire Infographic should present well, and text should be legible when printed on standard or legal-size paper (8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14”). Information must be presented in your own words (i.e.: paraphrased) and must be cited appropriately (footnotes are acceptable). Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.

§ Solutions/How you can Help – the infographic must include solutions to or ways to mitigate the environmental problem

§ References – a list of references used in your research. All information in your Infographic must be referenced, including the sources of graphics/pictures/etc. (footnotes are acceptable). You must also include the reference list within your infographic (usually depicted at the bottom). For the text portion alone, you must use at least 5 reputable sources of information. Lecture notes and e-Learning modules do not count as sources of information. A URL shortener can be used to reduce the amount of space taken by the list of references, but make sure that the link created is stable (i.e.: it always brings the reader to your intended source).

§ Size – must fit on 8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14” paper. Text must be legible and graphics of good quality when printed at this size.

§ Note: Remember, your Infographics are visual representations of scientific data. There should be a good balance of text and visuals in your final product (see the Infographic included at the start of these guidelines).

Refer to the “Assignment Evaluation” section at the end for additional expectations)
References are in cc’s format

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Environmental Issues

Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.

You must include the following elements in your Infographic:

§ Title – the infographic must contain a clear and relevant title

§ Topic Statement – an introduction to the topic as well as a clear statement addressing the environmental issue

§ Visuals– supporting information on the environmental issue and a presentation of your research. All information must be referenced. Your Infographic must also include at least:
· 1 geographic map
· 1 graph, chart, or table (e.g.: line graph, bar graph, data table, pie chart)
· Note: The above items cannot come from lecture notes or e-learning modules

§ Text – There must be text supporting the visuals in your Infographic. There is no word limit on the text, but your entire Infographic should present well, and text should be legible when printed on standard or legal-size paper (8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14”). Information must be presented in your own words (i.e.: paraphrased) and must be cited appropriately (footnotes are acceptable). Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.

§ Solutions/How you can Help – the infographic must include solutions to or ways to mitigate the environmental problem

§ References – a list of references used in your research. All information in your Infographic must be referenced, including the sources of graphics/pictures/etc. (footnotes are acceptable). You must also include the reference list within your infographic (usually depicted at the bottom). For the text portion alone, you must use at least 5 reputable sources of information. Lecture notes and e-Learning modules do not count as sources of information. A URL shortener can be used to reduce the amount of space taken by the list of references, but make sure that the link created is stable (i.e.: it always brings the reader to your intended source).

§ Size – must fit on 8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14” paper. Text must be legible and graphics of good quality when printed at this size.

§ Note: Remember, your Infographics are visual representations of scientific data. There should be a good balance of text and visuals in your final product (see the Infographic included at the start of these guidelines).

Refer to the “Assignment Evaluation” section at the end for additional expectations)
References are in cc’s format

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Environmental Issues

§ references – a list of references used in your research.

You must include the following elements in your Infographic:
§ Title – the infographic must contain a clear and relevant title
§ Topic Statement – an introduction to the topic as well as a clear statement addressing the environmental issue
§ Visuals– supporting information on the environmental issue and a presentation of your research. All information must be referenced. Your Infographic must also include at least:
· 1 geographic map
· 1 graph, chart, or table (e.g.: line graph, bar graph, data table, pie chart)
· Note: The above items cannot come from lecture notes or e-learning modules
§ Text – There must be text supporting the visuals in your Infographic. There is no word limit on the text, but your entire Infographic should present well, and text should be legible when printed on standard or legal-size paper (8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14”). Information must be presented in your own words (i.e.: paraphrased) and must be cited appropriately (footnotes are acceptable). Information included in the infographic must be relevant to the topic, be scientifically accurate and use appropriate/scientific terminology.
§ Solutions/How you can Help – the infographic must include solutions to or ways to mitigate the environmental problem
§ References – a list of references used in your research. All information in your Infographic must be referenced, including the sources of graphics/pictures/etc. (footnotes are acceptable). You must also include the reference list within your infographic (usually depicted at the bottom). For the text portion alone, you must use at least 5 reputable sources of information. Lecture notes and e-Learning modules do not count as sources of information. A URL shortener can be used to reduce the amount of space taken by the list of references, but make sure that the link created is stable (i.e.: it always brings the reader to your intended source).
§ Size – must fit on 8.5” x 11” or 8.5” x 14” paper. Text must be legible and graphics of good quality when printed at this size.
§ Note: Remember, your Infographics are visual representations of scientific data. There should be a good balance of text and visuals in your final product (see the Infographic included at the start of these guidelines).
Refer to the “Assignment Evaluation” section at the end for additional expectations)
References are in cc’s format

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Be fair to the side of the issue that is contrary to the one you will be supporting;

Introduction
Provide the details of the case, relevant facts, historical context, and other relevant information.
What are the principal issues, conflicts, or decision points
First Part: Exposition
Lay out the conflicts and issues in some detail.
Develop your position.
Be fair to the side of the issue that is contrary to the one you will be supporting;
provide a charitable interpretation of their position.
Second Part: Justification
How should the conflicts be resolved? What is the ethical principle you’re using?
If cost/benefit, how would you monetize the benefits and harms and compare them relative to alternatives that support your position.
If utilitarianism, determine what would create the greatest good for the greatest number.
If Pareto principle, then who and why would their situation be made worse off; Is there a compromise so that they can be reasonably compensated for the harm?

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Identify and describe possible connections between the different problems.

Phoenix, Arizona and surrounding areas:
Look for a longitudinal series of data for the city and evaluate current city sustainability and the evolution during last decades/years. Synthesize the main sustainability issues affecting your city, and
identify and describe possible connections between the different problems. From these main problems, select the one you would want to solve and describe its main causes.
dentify other stakeholders relevant to solve the identified problem. Map them out, and analyze their
values, interests, gains, and loses compared to your role. Discuss how they can collaborate and/or
compete to solve the problem the city is facing.
Submission: 23 pages, Times New Roman, single-spaced, 11-point font, and a minimum of seven (7) references in APA format. Title page, Table of Contents, List of References, and List of Table/Figures are not included in the page count.