Read both articles. Both of this week’s readings are from the same fisheries management journal published almost 20 years apart. Please contrast the differences in the approaches to largemouth bass fishery management and the problems or benefits associated with each approach.
12 page, researched argumentative essay on why the private sector (free-market) can contribute to making beneficial environmental change with Annotated Bibliography. Climate Change, energy, and technological innovation should all be covered as well as any other relevant issues within the field of environmentalism.
Please write a research-based academic essay that makes an argument and meets all of the following requirements:
10-12 pages in length (at least 12 full pages not including bibliography)
Supported with evidence from at least 8 credible and appropriate sources
Integration of sources into the essay must include a combination of summary, paraphrase, and direct quotation
Appropriately formatted in either MLA or APA style
Appropriately cited in MLA or APA style, including a Works Cited or References list
Argumentative: the thesis must make a claim, and the essay must develop and explain the reasons and evidence which support that claim
Includes at least one counterargument
Appropriate in language, pacing, and information for its audience
MUST INCLUDE: Annotated Bibliography
Please write an MLA or APA style annotated bibliography including 5 sources used in your Researched Academic Essay. You must meet all of the following requirements:
Precise and accurate MLA or APA citations
Inclusion of at least one academic book (during the pandemic, this may be replaced with an additional journal article).
Inclusion of at least one scholarly journal article
Inclusion of at least one Internet source not found through a database search
Inclusion of complete annotations for each source
Each annotation must include the following:
A complete description of the process used to find and obtain the source.
A two to three sentence summary of the specific contents of the source.
An evaluation of why the source is credible.
An evaluation of why the source is approprialuvte for a college-level research writing assignment.
Please see word the document “TASK” in the attachement for details to the assignement.
Further documents needed are also in the attachement.
It is an academic research assignment therfore please cite! You may also use further webpages or articles on the topic.
If you have any questions plealuvse do not hesitate to contact me!
Complete the Universal Access Exercise on page 325 of the text as at least two to three-page paper. Address each point below. Cite when appropriate from your text and/or other resources. Assume you represent the interests of one of the following groups: physicians, low-income public, upper- and middle-income public, large insurance companies and HMOs, small employers, or large employers. Now, develop your legislative lobbying position with respect to each of the following reform ideas:
1. A British type system
2. A Canadian type system
3. Filling the cracks in our present fragmented system by expanding Medicaid to cover all of the poor, requiring all employers to provide coverage for their workers, and requiring all self-employed individuals to buy their own private insurance
4. An entirely privatized system that gives each person a voucher, funded by the government, sufficient to pay for 60 to 100 percent (depending on income) of the cost of the lowest-priced insurance policy in the market, and then leaving it entirely to individual choice whether and what to buy
Meet with representatives from the other interest groups and attempt to negotiate comprehensive health care reform.
In other words, do not just present the case for the group you represent. Present your case for your group, but also address what you would identify as the concerns of all the other groups, in defense of your group’s stand. Be sure to include analysis and material from the text. You may do other research as well, such as on the Internet. Be sure to reference any other source you use.
Please write a paper that reflects on your truth, what’s important you, and the food you ingest. Incorporate the movie “The Biggest Little Farm” and the book “Animal, Vegetable, Junk” by Mark Bittman and talk about the corrupt food system and how the history has been shaped by humanity’s appetite for food, farmland, and the money behind it all. Also reference a quote from Paul Hawken and some of the content/sources attached in the Final Content below. Incorporate things like what it is to be an ethical omnivore, treating animals and humans correctly, talk about how palm oil is bad, speak about farmers and their rights, and how education impacts what we know about the planet and climate change. Not all of the sources need to be included from the Final Content file, only some. The main ones to include are the movie “The Biggest Little Farm” and the book “Animal, Vegetable, Junk” by Mark Bittman when talking about the food system and your truth.
Start the paper with “my truth is..”
paper is about covid 19 pandemic and how it affected the waste management in China. For this paper specifically, focus on the “waste to energy” aspect. Talk about how the PPE equipment used during the pandemic like cotton swabs and masks etc have been affecting the waste to energy sector in china. Most of the PPE is being incinerated, but are they being incinerated and having the energy produced from the used. Not all incinerators are “waste to energy” some of them just burn the materials. Talk about how the waste to energy sector in china is managed ( are the facilities owned by government or private companies). talk about the biggest waste to energy project in china. talk about the waste composition that is being used in waste to energy and how it changed during covid 19 pandemic. Talk about the risks associated with waste to energy sector in China and how the covid 19 pandemic affected it (overregulation, corruption maybe, facilities being run 24/7 to satisfy waste to energy demands during pandemic, etc). Talk about the cost of waste to energy in China from building the faculties, to operating them, to the cost of collecting and transporting the waste to the facility to process, and how it was affected during covid 19 pandemic, etc. Do not provide an introduction or conclusion just focus on stating the scenario that was present before and during covid 19 pandemic and how it affected waste to energy in the different aspects.
Article I linked below can be used to find other resources and links. article talks about waste to energy briefly so you can use that as a starting point.
* I HAVE PREPARED AN OUTLINE TO FOLLOW *
Provide at least 3 scholarly resources; The answers must be typed using Times or Arial 12 point font.
1-Cover page; 2-Introduction; 3-Body;
4-Conclusion (summary of your finding)
6a By 2030, expand international cooperation and capacity-building support to developing countries in water- and sanitation-related activities and programmes, including water harvesting, desalination, water efficiency, wastewater treatment, recycling and reuse technologies
Indicator: Amount of water- and sanitation-related official development assistance that is part of a government-coordinated spending plan
( the topic is from sdg goal 6 target 6a wiki, write a draft of the topic ，The purpose of this assignment is to fill in the missing content of the wiki entry You can think about the title of the draft, it’s free， for example, the current situation of the water sector and international cooperation, don’t use examples。 According to the posted article, write a draft that fits the topic ）
Support and strengthen the participation of local communities in improving water and sanitation management
Indicator: Support and strengthen the participation of local communities in improving water and sanitation management
(find 5 academic source with the link for the topic and summarize the articles that you have found)
for example: Bo, Y., Zhou, F., Zhao, J., Liu, J., Liu, J., Ciais, P., Chang, J., & Chen, L. (2021). Additional surface-water deficit to meet global universal water accessibility by 2030. Journal of Cleaner Production, 320(Complete). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2021.128829
Summary: Bo et.al, use a data-driven approach to explain the emergence of water-scarce and future water-scarce regions across the world. Water accessibility projects in the least developed countries remains the highest priority and ensuring developing countries include behavioural changes that solidify water consumption habits is critical to reducing water deficits.