The topic addresses the disposal of our technology devices and gadgets. Next, re

The topic addresses the disposal of our technology devices and gadgets.
Next, read the following:
Guide to Greener Electronics 2017 (Greenpeace.org) (Links to an external site.)
Samsung and Greenpeace: what you need to know about e-waste (The Guardian) (Links to an external site.)
Case Study Questions
Define the e-waste problem. What is happening and why is this an issue? What can manufacturers do to improve the situation (health, hazardous materials, recycling, refuse, etc.)?
Guidelines and notes (read this 2-3 times):
Formatting and content:
The length of the response should be 4-5 paragraphs (about 400 words or up to 1.5 pages maximum). Do not write more than 1.5 pages of text.
Use 1″ margins.
Use Times New Roman, 12 pt font.
Double line space.
Indent the first line of each new paragraph by .5″.
One space follows the closing punctuation of each sentence.
Cite a minimum of two references in the body of the essay:
When we refer to ideas or use quotes from the sources, it is necessary to cite the source. Basically, this involves providing the author last name and date at the end of the sentence. See Purdue Online Writing Lab for examples. (Links to an external site.)
Not sure if you need to cite a source? Refer to this Plagiarism Prevention Flowchart (indstate.edu) diagram. (Links to an external site.)
Longer quotes need to be avoided in this short 1.5-page paper. Use your words to make your points.
Strongly recommended: Before turning in your essay, double-check your paper for originality and citation infringement. Your final draft will be screened for originality and plagiarism.
Listing references:
When you cite a reference, it must be listed on your references page, which is a new page added after the last page of the essay. Also, all listed references need to have at least one in-text citation in the body of the paper.
Follow current APA formatting (Purdue Online Writing Lab). (Links to an external site.)
Citation Machine (Links to an external site.) – is an online resource generator.

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1. Find and review a published journal article at https://libguides.EKU.edu/libr

1. Find and review a published journal article at https://libguides.EKU.edu/library . In the search bar type : reducing hazard errors
3. Click on the first article: The role of Communicative Language Mechanisms in Occupational Health and Safety Miley in Reducing Workplace Hazards.
*This is the article you will used to answer the questions below.
4. Read the article and fully answer each question below:
What background was presented for the research?
What was the statement of the problem?
What was the purpose of the study?
What was the potential significance that was identified for the research that was conducted?
What assumption were delineated by the researcher?
What were the implications of the research that were identified?
What was the context in which the research occurred?
What were the research finding that were identified?
How was the data analyzed?
How was the data collected?

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The final paper asks you to identify a complex environmental issue that implicat

The final paper asks you to identify a complex environmental issue that implicates more than one environmental statute. For example, climate change, hazardous waste, and species protection are all issues in which policymakers, regulators, and advocates have applied multiple environmental statutes (e.g., CAA, CWA, CERCLA, ESA) to achieve their desired outcome. The goal of this paper is for you to see how many environmental issues have multiple dimensions that implicate a range of federal environmental statutes and policy processes. Be sure to provide specific cases and evidence.
Your paper should include:
A description of an issue (e.g., climate change, hazardous waste remediation, species protection) that implicates at least two federal statutes. You should describe a specific case or conflict associated with the problem, the statutes implicated, and how the statutes have been applied by policymakers, regulators, and/or advocates.
An analysis of how policymakers, regulators, and/or advocates connect these statutes to the issue. Your analysis should evaluate whether this application was appropriate and why or why not.
Analysis that addresses the following questions: Are the statutes sufficient to address the underlying problem? Why or why not? Do these statutes provide federal, state, and local jurisdictions sufficient tools to prevent or respond to the issue? Why or why not?
Recommendations for whether additional legal authority is needed to address the issue, or whether existing authority can be used more effectively.

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Instructions Week 6 Assignment: Write a letter to a local, state, or federal pol

Instructions
Week 6 Assignment: Write a letter to a local, state, or federal politician on a current environmental health policy to advocate for a specific population.
The American Public Health Association (APHA) is a great source for advocacy issues in public health. You can use their website to find an issue to discuss: Environmental Health. You may also use other sources or discuss any topics we mentioned in class but the letter must discuss a specific law or proposal either within your state or at the federal level. The idea is that you will send this letter to the politician, but this is not required as part of the assignment. The assignment will assess your knowledge on the topic and your ability to communicate your opinion based on factual information on an environmental health policy. You will also be graded on identifying the correct person to contact (ex. is it a federal law or state law?)
Part One:
Write the letter to a U.S. or state congress or senator. Use the attached document as a template for your letter. Your letter must be detailed and specific and must include fact-based information. The APHA has letters that they write to politicians. Here is an example: Letters to Congress and federal Agencies. (Please note that this is from an organization and you are writing from an individual perspective.) Include a specific actionable request of the politician.
Part two:
Must include a reference section, why you chose this person to contact, and why the topic of the letter is an environmental health issue. This may be in the same document as the letter but on a separate page.
Format: Paper must be a minimum of one (1) page long not including references. Follow APA format for writing a paper (title page and abstract are not necessary). See these websites for help with APA format: Purdue University and APA Style. Save document as “your last name_letter”
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Assignment Instructions:
Assignments are due in the Assignment portion of the classroom by Sunday, 11:59 p.m. EST each week. Make sure you read and understand the directions and requirements for each Assignment. Please ensure you cite your references in APA format with a minimum of 3 references (You may use a resource given as a reference and you should have a minimum of 2 academic outside references). Assignment will be graded based on the following areas: Foundation and synthesis of knowledge, application of knowledge critical thinking, writing skills, and organization of ideas and format. Refer to Library Online Resource Center for any research assistance. Refer to the Student Handbook for policies relevant to academic honesty and other procedures and policies related to this course.
SampleLetterToYourSenator.docx
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APA sample paper.pdf
(1.61 MB)

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post a minimum of 750 words synthesizing this paper, a general critique (what ar

post a minimum of 750 words synthesizing this paper, a general critique (what are the paper’s strengths/weaknesses), and finally how they are relevant to the course theme of assessing aquatic resources. You will be graded based on these three areas.
Assessment of aquatic resources entails a scientific study of the physical, chemical and biological attributes of water bodies (lakes, wetlands, and streams). The purpose is typically to determine the level of impairment based on systematically collected data.

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