1.Prepare a 350- to 700-word outline of the Energy Policy and Natural Resources Presentation due in Week 5. The outline should include the layout of the presentation, key points, supporting details, and references to be used.
2.Select one of the following environmental topics:
Ozone layer depletion Global climate change Transboundary air pollution Ocean overfishing
Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you address the following:
Describe your topics–characterize the nature of the problem, its effects on human health or the environment, and some history of the problem. Explain how conventional law or customary law may play a role in solving your environmental problems, and what extent the global commons is a factor. Research at least two peer-reviewed articles on your topics that address solutions. Compare and contrast several solutions and recommend a solution to the problem of your choice. Include a discussion of U.S. policies that should be considered to address the problem.
Cite at least four references, including the two peer-reviewed articles.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
1.You are part of a consulting group that has been invited by the presidential administration to present on energy policies and the use of natural resources.
Discuss the following in a 15- to 20-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation with notes:
History of U.S. energy policies over the 20th and 21st centuries Comparison of coal, nuclear, and at least two renewable energy sources in terms of environmental effects, suitability for large-scale energy supply, and economic considerations Recommendations to the administration on how to improve the current energy policies considering environmental sustainability and economic growth Perform research on the Roadless Area Conservation Rule and the Bush administration’s attempt at its repeal. Present both sides of this issue and make recommendations regarding the continuance of the Roadless Rule.
Cite at least three references.
Format citations and references consistent with APA guidelines.