Wangari Maathai

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Persuasive presentation : Dialogue Readings

Students are to select a reading from the Dialogue iBook and present the following: (a) the background of the author, (b) the three main points of the reading as you believe they pertain to the class themes of justice (freedom, rights, equality) and the development of civil society (power, governance), and (c) your opinion on the reading.

Note: Include a PowerPoint presentation. Use Apa format for the reference.

For the paper:

Wite 2 pages on the same chapter, and explain what you have learned from it.

Use Apa style. Don't use outside sources, just use the chapter that I have uploaded.


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EinsteintheProf
School: University of Maryland

Hello, review the attached document and contact me in case you need any changes. Otherwise, good luck in your study and if you need any further help in your assignments, please let me know. Always invite me to answer your questions.

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Running head: WANGARI MAATHAI

WANGARI MAATHAI
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WANGARI MAATHAI
In this chapter, Wangari Maathai, a Nobel Prize winner is featured whereby she has been
championing planting trees. She is saying that trees are core to our lives here on earth. This
chapter relays the efforts by Dr. Wangari Maathai to plant trees and acknowledges that about 51
million trees have planted all courtesy of her efforts.
I have learned that to champion for environmental conservation, lots of efforts ought to
come from all stakeholders without exemptions of anyone. In light of the Dr. Wangari Maathai
efforts, she came up with a group called Green Belt movement which later became the
mechanism for steering Wangari's conservation efforts. It is clear that reforestation is one move
towards offering out long-term and short-term solutions to most of the problems of cutting trees.
Future generations...

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Anonymous
Good stuff. Would use again.

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