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The written assignment project addresses outcome 2:
1. effectively communicate and use scientific evidence regarding human impact on the environment
with emphasis on sustainability and global citizenship
You may choose a topic from a provided list or propose a topic for approval. The paper should be typed
double-spaced and be about 5 pages long excluding references. Please do not exceed the five page limit.
You must select a topic that is relevant to environmental sustainability. Your topic must address one of
these phrases:
1. an environmental issue—its causes, current state, and solutions

2. the role of economics, technology, or industry in your environmental issue
3. the impact of the environmental issue on ecosystems
Example of past topics:
1. Disappearing tropical rainforests (Explain what is happening. Why should we be concerned?)

2. Compare and contrast China's and India's efforts at slowing their population growth.
3. Report on the decline of honeybees. Why should we care? What difference will it make to our
lifestyle?
Explain Iceland's plan to be the first country to run its economy on 100 percent renewable energy.

4.
5. Carbon trading (What is it? Why has it been established? How will it benefit the Earth?)
6. Harmful algae blooms (HABs) (What are they? What causes them? Are they harmful to humans?)
7. Global water scarcity (How bad is it? How is it linked to global crises and conflict?)
You will be evaluated on:
1. content: clear and accurate knowledge of your topic and how your topic relates to human impact
on the environment with emphasis on sustainability and global citizenship
2. references: proper quantity and quality of APA citations

3. effective writing: grammar, spelling, punctuation
4. following directions


Additional Requirements 

Min Pages: 5 
Other Requirements: pick any topic of your choice from the list that says "example of last topics". Pick any suitable from there. 5 pages required that excludes the reference page. APA style. Original work like you have been doing. thanks