Discuss your solution from multiple perspectives
Discuss your solution from multiple perspectives, such as educational, legislative, scientific, technological, economic, and other points of view.
Suggested Envrionmental Problems for Final Project Attachment
Here is where you will submit your final project that you were introduced to in week 6, please review the instructions below and submit the project when you are finished by the due date.
Your final project should be creative and interesting, and should be a minimum of 6 pages in length not to exceed 8 pages and you will use APA style formatting. It should be well-organized and demonstrate an orderly flow of information that clearly addresses the subject chosen.
You should incorporate the following elements in the project: 1.Problem identification: Clearly indicate the issue you will discuss and the influence this problem has on land, air, water resources, plant life, animal life, and human societies. Discuss the long-term effects this problem will continue to create without a comprehensive solution. The problem can be of local, national, or global scope. 2.Solutions currently implemented: Discuss how the issue has been addressed historically. Determine the courses of action taken in science, technology, political and economic systems, laws and regulations, community-based initiatives, education, and so forth. Review the successes and limitations of these actions. 3.Recommendations: Explain the actions that you believe need to be developed and implemented to accomplish change. Discuss your solution from multiple perspectives, such as educational, legislative, scientific, technological, economic, and other points of view.
I need help writing my final profect which needs to be at least six pages long on any one of the topics below
Endangered Species Shaling/Fracking Hydrogen Power Deforestations Oil Spills Nuclear Disasters DDT/ Pesticides Agent Orange Water Pollution Loss of the Ozone Layer Air Pollution Great Pacific Garbage Patch Soil Erosion Solid Waste Brown fields Melting Ice Caps China Bangladesh