Urban Environmental Issues

Please upload your reflection paper as a Word Doc.(~600-800 words, 2-3 pages, 12pt font, New Times Roman, double spaced) Use at least 2 resources from this course and include a bibliography page in the citation style of your choice.Citation Recourse https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/resources.htmlEssay Prompt: Based on the course materials in Urban Environmental Issues thus far and using the Environmental Justice Mapping Tool discuss, compare, and contrast two areas/neighborhoods using the same environmental indicators. Identify one area/neighborhood that you can identify as a community burden by environmental hazards and one community not burdened by environmental hazards.1. Visit EJScreen https://www.epa.gov/ejscreen and the launch the Environmental Justice Mapping Tool https://ejscreen.epa.gov/mapper/ and choose a city within the United States. The city can be where you are living now, it could be where you grew up (your hometown), or it could be a city you would one day like to visit or live. Zoom into an area/neighborhood within that city and pick 3 environmental indicators to focus...
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Distribution Patterns

1. The age structure for the US was a pyramid indicating that our population is still growing. Give one reason why our growth is slowing and one reason why we are still have a pyramid age structure.2. Explain why organisms like trees and sea turtles have a Type III survivorship curve while most mammals have a Type 1 survivorship curve.3. Give 4 reasons why humans might have either a Type I or Type III survivorshipcurve.4. For each distribution pattern in slide #23, list the factors from slide #22 that would account for that pattern for each of the three patterns5. What might account for a developed nation having a pyramid age structure? ...
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Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

Contents lists available at ScienceDirectRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviewsjournal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/rserEditorialSustainable development of energy, water and environment systems 2016A R T I C L E I N F OKeywords: Bioenergy Climate change District heating Energy efficiency Energy security Fuel poverty Low energy buildings Renewable energy Rural development Solar power SustainabilityA B S T R A C TThis paper presents the editorial for the Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews joint special issue devoted to the research work discussed and presented at the 11th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems (SDEWES), held from the 4th September to the 9th September 2016 in Lisbon, Portugal and the 2nd South East European (SEE) SDEWES Conference held from June 15th to June 18th, 2016 in Piran, Slovenia. This special issue is in line with the journal's aim of publishing research from across the ever- broadening field of renewable and sustainable energy with a strong review element. Previous SDEWES con- ference special...
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National Park Report

2 page double space, times new roman 12 point font size. Please save file as LastNameFirstName_FieldTripReport.doc. MUST be in word document formWrite a report on your experience in a national park covering:1) What type of habitat/ecosystem did you visit?2) What plant and animal species inhabit the ecosystem?3) What type of interactions occur between those animal and plant species, as well as with the ecosystem?4) How will climate change affect this ecosystem?5) What was your favorite part about the ecosystem? What was your least favorite part?Write about any National Park in the US ...
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Environmental Science

Select five commonly used food items throughout the world. Choose specific items in such food groups as grains, vegetables, and fruits.For your selected food items:· Compare the prices of conventionally grown versus organically grown crops for your selected food items in your local shopping area.· Specify the monetary amount you are personally willing to spend for organically grown food for each of your five food items. Be sure to justify your response.· Be sure to support your answers with specifics and examples. ...
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Build Your Proficiency

In this discussion, you will have an opportunity to make connections between your prior knowledge and the new content you are learning this week. Use your results from this week’s “Build Your Proficiency” Diagnostic to provide context for your prior knowledge and consider the new content about fossil fuels and energy resource management to answer the following questions: What are the sources, uses, and any problems associated with 1) fossil, 2) nuclear, and 3) renewable fuels? How did your results from the “Build Your Proficiency” Diagnostic reflect an understanding, or lack of understanding, about this content? How has your understanding changed this week? ...
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Change in mosquito ecology leading to increase of (Dengue Fever) in Southern Florida.

YOU MUST FOLLOW EVERY STEP ON THE GUIDE for Climate Change Case Study Final Report****, LOCATED BELOW. PLEASE FOLLOW GUIDE!!!· Page Limit: including all visuals, you have a minimum of 10 pages double-spaced and maximum of 13 pages double-spaced. This page limit excludes title page, abstract, and reference pages.Please include headings/sub-headings to isolate appropriate sections ...
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Utilitarianism

1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvmz5E75ZIAWhat makes things morally right and morally wrong? Utilitarianism actions are morally permissible IF and ONLY IF they produce at least as much happiness as any other available option.2. https://youtu.be/uGDk23Q0S9EUtilitarianism looks to make as many people as possible whatever it is that creates value. For instance, growing food on a mass scale can cause water pollution and hurting the opportunity for fishermen to catch fish. Utilitarianism would say that is fine as long as the value of growing the food outweighs the negatives, particularly if protecting water reduces the valuable food production. Of course, there are likely ways to use a different perspective, or theory to argue for protecting water.3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoCuVa9UeR4Utilitarianism cares about net value to society. This approach makes sense in many cases. But, if the theory tells us to "maximize values" for society. If we are talking about distributing resources, certain groups of people (like the poor or disadvantaged) might always lose out. For example, utilitarianism may...
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