Jay Friedlander of the College of the Atlantic writes about the concept of “sust

Jay Friedlander of the College of the Atlantic writes about the concept of “sustainability” as outdated and needing to be replaced in this article:
https://ssir.org/articles/entry/from_sustainability_to_abundance
TRIANGLES: What are up to three main points he is trying to make in this article?
SQUARE: What parts of his article square up with what you already know? What seems to make sense to you?
CIRCLE: What questions are still rolling around in your head? Is there anything here that doesn’t make sense or leaves you feeling skeptical?

The book you will be doing a reflection essay on is called: Devotions: The Selec

The book you will be doing a reflection essay on is called:
Devotions: The Selected Poems of Mary Oliver.
The book is in the (uploaded files) start @Screenshot (119).png which is the first page of the book and if more pages to read is need for you, you can let me know!
Your paper should be 5-7 pages, well-written, and reflective of your own experience of the reading and in your own experience of environment. Please do not plagiarize or reword previously written reviews or other critiques – make this personal and share your own story in relation to how the book speaks to you about environmental issues, places, and situations.
In addition, try to tie the book to TWO (2) fields of environmental studies. These can related fields or fields very different from each other, but you must argue for why the book can be classified as a representation of those 2 fields. 
Reader’s Guide:
Can you identify with some of the issues and concerns the author raises? Does the author give voice to your own interests in environmental issues, political economy, environmental justice, or place?
How is the book written? Is it based on personal experience? A memoir? Research project? Narrative? An investigation? What is the author’s “day job” and how does this work inspire or influence the power of the book?
What is the purpose of the book? Why did the author write it? What are the important questions the author raises about environment and people?
Who is the author writing for? Who is his or her intended audience?
What impacted you most in this reading? What stories, analysis, or research did you find most interesting? How can you use this work to guide your own academic or personal interests in environmental studies (environmental justice, political economies, advocacy/activism, etc.)?
If you could sit with author for an hour, what questions would you ask? What conversations would you like to have?
What fields of environmental studies provide this work with a theoretical or pragmatic home? Where does it nest? Why? Defend your answers by comparing it to other works (books, articles, films, art, research, schools of thought) that relate to those fields.

The book you will be doing a reflection essay on is called: Devotions: The Selec

The book you will be doing a reflection essay on is called:
Devotions: The Selected Poems of Mary Oliver.
The book is in the (uploaded files) start @Screenshot (119).png which is the first page of the book and if more pages to read is need for you, you can let me know!
Your paper should be 5-7 pages, well-written, and reflective of your own experience of the reading and in your own experience of environment. Please do not plagiarize or reword previously written reviews or other critiques – make this personal and share your own story in relation to how the book speaks to you about environmental issues, places, and situations.
In addition, try to tie the book to TWO (2) fields of environmental studies. These can related fields or fields very different from each other, but you must argue for why the book can be classified as a representation of those 2 fields. 
Reader’s Guide:
Can you identify with some of the issues and concerns the author raises? Does the author give voice to your own interests in environmental issues, political economy, environmental justice, or place?
How is the book written? Is it based on personal experience? A memoir? Research project? Narrative? An investigation? What is the author’s “day job” and how does this work inspire or influence the power of the book?
What is the purpose of the book? Why did the author write it? What are the important questions the author raises about environment and people?
Who is the author writing for? Who is his or her intended audience?
What impacted you most in this reading? What stories, analysis, or research did you find most interesting? How can you use this work to guide your own academic or personal interests in environmental studies (environmental justice, political economies, advocacy/activism, etc.)?
If you could sit with author for an hour, what questions would you ask? What conversations would you like to have?
What fields of environmental studies provide this work with a theoretical or pragmatic home? Where does it nest? Why? Defend your answers by comparing it to other works (books, articles, films, art, research, schools of thought) that relate to those fields.

See article attached… 1. What are the main two or three arguments for “yes” 2.

See article attached…
1. What are the main two or three arguments for “yes”
2. What are the main two or three arguments for “no”
3. Was there anything about either or both of these articles that you found particularly compelling or particularly questionable? Are you skeptical of anything here? Why or why not?
4. What is YOUR opinion? In addition to these articles, please include at least two non-wikipedia references to back up your arguments, in addition to the articles provided.

See article attached… 1. What are the main two or three arguments for “yes” 2.

See article attached…
1. What are the main two or three arguments for “yes”
2. What are the main two or three arguments for “no”
3. Was there anything about either or both of these articles that you found particularly compelling or particularly questionable? Are you skeptical of anything here? Why or why not?
4. What is YOUR opinion? In addition to these articles, please include at least two non-wikipedia references to back up your arguments, in addition to the articles provided.

The World Ocean Due date: December 10, 2021 PAPER TOPIC: Marine Pollution PAPER

The World Ocean
Due date: December 10, 2021
PAPER TOPIC: Marine Pollution
PAPER SCOPE: In your paper, you should talk about each of the items listed below.
– sewage pollution
– eutrophication
– metals in the marine environment
– Minamata “disease”
– synthetic organic compounds such as DDT; biomagnification
– major tanker oil spills; effect of oil on organisms
– cleanup of oil spills and avoiding future spills
– accidents releasing radioactivity into the (marine) environment
– bays and estuaries: their vulnerability to pollution
– effects of global warming on the ocean: sea level rise, ocean acidification
RESOURCES: The primary resource for your paper should be the Endless Voyage video episodes. The information contained there should address many, although not necessarily all, of the items listed above. You do not need to include any tables, maps or charts in your paper. Instead, I want you to accumulate and interpret information from the video series, and then write about it in your paper. In general, you should think of your paper’s goal as explaining the items above to a non-technical audience.
For items with limited or no information in the videos, you should consult some other resources. Specifically, I want you to include at least three (3) other references in your paper. They may be print or internet-based, the important thing being that they are relevant to the topic and come from authoritative sources (e.g. information obtained from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s web site would be considered authoritative, while that obtained from somebody’s private web page would not).
PAPER FORMAT: The total length of your paper, including cover page and bibliography, should be 10-12 pages, double-spaced and typed in a standard font size. The paper should be written in proper English, paying attention to grammar and spelling. It should have a cover page with your chosen title and your name. The body of the paper should be properly formatted (page numbers, division into appropriately titled sections, perhaps a table of contents). The specific paper organization is up to you – the only important thing is to cover all the items listed above and combine it into a coherent whole.
PAPER SUBMISSION: Your paper should be submitted by email, as an attachment in Word or PDF format, by the end of due date listed above.

Please begin by viewing this local news announcement about the Leslie Slip Looko

Please begin by viewing this local news announcement about the Leslie Slip Lookout
Park: https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/toronto-is-getting-a-new-park-along-the-waterfront-with-abeach-and-viewing-platform-1.5284393 You will then visit the site located at 12 Leslie
5
Street in Toronto some time during the week of 28 October. The site can be observed
from various points along Leslie Street, Unwin Avenue, Commissioner’s Street and Basin
Street.
The paper should consider about:
– The history of the site and surrounding region
– Existing ecological conditions of the site
– Socio-cultural context of the site and surrounding region
– Political priorities reflected in the planning and design ideals for the proposed park
– Potential losses and gains anticipated through redevelopment of this site
– Who is this park designed to serve? Whose interests, needs and preferences are
not served?
– What are the ecological implications of the proposed park?
– What does the proposed development tell us about the relationship between
ecological and political processes?
– What is the best path forward?
If you are unable or prefer not to visit this site, please choose another location for your site
analysis. You should select a site that is proposed for redevelopment as a “greenspace”
but has not yet been redeveloped. If you select an alternate site, please include an
additional 300 words dedicated to describing the site and proposed changes.

Please begin by viewing this local news announcement about the Leslie Slip Looko

Please begin by viewing this local news announcement about the Leslie Slip Lookout
Park: https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/toronto-is-getting-a-new-park-along-the-waterfront-with-abeach-and-viewing-platform-1.5284393 You will then visit the site located at 12 Leslie
5
Street in Toronto some time during the week of 28 October. The site can be observed
from various points along Leslie Street, Unwin Avenue, Commissioner’s Street and Basin
Street.
You will prepare a 2500-word site analysis that considers:
– The history of the site and surrounding region
– Existing ecological conditions of the site
– Socio-cultural context of the site and surrounding region
– Political priorities reflected in the planning and design ideals for the proposed park
– Potential losses and gains anticipated through redevelopment of this site
– Who is this park designed to serve? Whose interests, needs and preferences are
not served?
– What are the ecological implications of the proposed park?
– What does the proposed development tell us about the relationship between
ecological and political processes?
– What is the best path forward?
If you are unable or prefer not to visit this site, please choose another location(in Toronto) for your site
analysis. You should select a site that is proposed for redevelopment as a “greenspace”
but has not yet been redeveloped. If you select an alternate site, please include an
additional 300 words dedicated to describing the site and proposed changes.

“management/sustainability/EBM/DPSIR/SWOT…” side should be included in this case

“management/sustainability/EBM/DPSIR/SWOT…” side should be included in this case study.
You may want to have a three main sections “with subtitles” :
1-    Characterizing the mangrove forest in Qatar
2-    Reviewing the management, conservation and restoration practices in the world/literature applied to mangrove forests
3-    Proposing which one(s) would be the most adapted to be applied in our Qatar ecosystems
minimum of 8 references

 Answer each question including the extra credit.  Clearly note which question

 Answer each question including the extra credit.
 Clearly note which question you are answering by writing the question number before your
answer. It is not necessary to reprint the question in your answers.
Use a word processing program to prepare your answers electronically.
o Format requirements: letter-sized (8.5×11) with 1-inch margins and size 12 font (to make it easy on my eyes!).
As we discussed throughout the course, I am looking for you to identify a legal rule or elements of a legal analysis and apply it to facts.
Be sure not to omit an element just because it is obvious.
Explain your reasoning.
Use environmental law vocabulary.