Orangutan

Introduction:  Include species Scientific name) (Genus + species), common name and ESA status (endangered), population left in the wild, and biome it is found in.     Paragraph 2:  Explain if or how Habitat loss has affected this organism.   Paragraph 3:  Explain if or how Invasive species has affected this organism Paragraph 4:  Explain how overPopulation has impacted this organism.  Paragraph 5:   Explain how Pollution has impacted this organism. Paragraph 6:  Explain how Climate Change has impacted this organism.  Paragraph 7:  Explain if and how overexploitation has impacted this organism. Conclusion: Summarize the threats and explain the practical solutions implemented to conserve this organism. APA and three scientific references

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Environmental Lab

1. Describe overall lab in 2-3 sentences. 2. Introduction is a1 paragraph about energy usage and the main factors on coal and nuclear energy resources. This may include common perceptions about these resources and environmental concerns and may also discuss human energy demands. 3. Discussion is 1 paragraph that explicitly relates data to hypothesis, making connections between human energy usage, long- term sustainability, and the two energy resources compared in the lab.

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 Urban Transportation

Students will research and select a newspaper, magazine, journal or web-based publication on an urban environmental issue or innovation and prepare a report on the article as described below. Articles for this assignment, must be independently researched and selected by the student TOPIC: Environmental Issue Topic #2: Urban Transportation Assignment Format and Content Requirements Each report is to follow the format below (note word length is only a guideline and not a limit or minimum):  • Heading: cite the title, source, date and author (include the URL if taken from a web source)  • The ‘Synopsis’ section should clearly state and include the specific issue covered in the article that is to be the focus of your analysis.Synopsis: One-paragraph (approx. 200 words) identifying and briefly describing urban/environmental issues or innovations to promote sustainability addressed in the article. It is important to highlight a specific aspect of what is being reported in the article that will be the focus of your analysis. Frequently that can best be done by concluding your synopsis with the question that has been raised in your mind from the article that then becomes the focus for your analysis. • The ‘Analysis’ should clearly state how one’s understanding/appreciation of the issue and/or its importance can be furthered by viewing the issue from the perspective(s) provided by one of the four analytic frameworks. Note: though more than one of the frameworks can be considered in your analysis, it is generally more favorable to use just one to allow for an analysis that is more focused .Analysis: One-paragraph (approx. 300 words) analyzing the implications of the article by focusing on the urban environmental issue or innovation being reported in the article. Central to your analysis should be the application of one of the four analytic frameworks reviewed in class (see “Course Content” in D2L for the folder containing the 4 articles pertaining to the analytic frameworks used for this assignment). The analysis should focus on how applying the analytic framework provides a lens or a way of (1) understanding and/or appreciating the implications of the issue(s) being covered in the article; or (2) provides an alternative perspective than the one given in the article; or (3) raises new question(s) about the issue(s). •• The ‘Conclusion’ should clearly state a key ‘lesson(s) learned’ or ‘take-away(s)’ and how this fits within the broader context of course topics by citing specific material and or examples covered in class..Conclusion: One paragraph (approx. 250 words) highlighting the lessons learned or “take-away(s)” from the article and your analysis. The conclusion should reflect on how your analysis helps develop your understanding of topics being studied in the section, by citing other readings and material being covered in the module and/or citing other examples of environmental issues urban areas face. Conclusion: One paragraph (approx. 250 words) highlighting the lessons learned or “take-away(s)” from the article and your analysis. The conclusion should reflect on how your analysis helps develop your understanding of topics being studied in the section, by citing other readings and material being covered in the module and/or citing other examples of environmental issues urban areas face.

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Brazil environmental Studies

In this report, you will need to analyze and explain the changes in the population structure in your chosen country. Once you have given a comprehensive overview of these changes, state how these changes will affect the environment within that country. This report should be five pages long single-spaced in 12-point font (not including diagrams). It should be fully referenced and include a bibliography of the sources used for your material. The textbook is a good starting point for your report however, it is not adequate as your only source of research material. At least two other sources should be used and fully referenced. Collect research material relating to your country’s demography and its environmental problems. Tasks 1.  Introduction to your chosen country. This should include but is not limited to: The geography and location (climate topography water resources soils etc.) of your country Its level of economic development (developed developing resources major industries) Urbanization (major cities, movements) Transportation History (Brief) Social Cultural implications Political Task 2  From the information collected produce a written analysis of the changes that have taken place in your country’s population structure. Give reasons for these changes and try to predict possible future trends (look at a past population rates, present and how they will change in the future use maybe a thirty-year span). In this analysis areas which have to be included (but not limited to) are Birth rates Death rates Natural increase rates Patterns of migration (regional national international) Age structure Fertility rates Infant mortality rates Population density Life expectancy  Task 3  The second part of your report will focus upon the environmental problems faced by your chosen country. You will need to explain the major environmental problems that your country faces, the sources of these problems and specific examples within your country. You need to use illustrations maps, graphs etc. to enhance your work in this section This could include topic areas such as (but not limited to): Air pollution Water pollution Soil erosion Problems relating to urban expansion Waste problems Destruction of habitats  Task 4  The conclusion of your report should focus on what was identified in part one and two. You should conclude the paper stating how you think the changes in demographic structure (identified in task 2) would affect the environmental problems (identified in task 3) or how the environmental problems will affect in the future demographic structure.  Task 5  You need to use graphs maps and illustrations to enhance your text. These must be fully reference within the text

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