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Part one

Environmental Issue Project - Reference List

Submit a reference list showing your research for the Environmental Issues Project. The reference list should have a minimum of 6 sources and follow the APA format. You reference list can include citations from articles, your textbook, books, magazines, interviews, the Internet, etc. Make sure that the list is in alphabetical order.


Part two

Environmental Issue Project - Rough Draft

Submitting a rough draft of a paper or project gives the writer a chance to receive feedback on the paper and make revisions in anticipation of the final draft submission. A rough draft does not need to be a polished work but it should still adhere to APA guidelines and include all necessary components as listed in the Environmental Issue Project - Introduction from Module 02.

Your assignment is to deliver the rough draft for your Environmental Issue Project.

The first part of this project will be to submit a topic to your instructor for approval. Research the topic using online library, the online library, scientific journals, government documents, books, science magazines, and personal interviews. Peer reviewed sources should form the basis of your paper. Use a minimum of 6 sources. The final paper should be double-spaced, 12 point, and 7 to 9 pages in length with citations in APA format. Anytime you use the writings or ideas of others as though they were your own, you are plagiarizing (even if you paraphrase). All information and ideas that are not a part of general knowledge must be cited. When in doubt, cite!

Your final paper should address the following key points:

  • The Controversy: Identify the controversy
  • The Major Players: Who is involved? Why are they involved?
  • Important Facts: State relevant facts concerning the issue. Try to separate fact from opinion. Try not to show your own bias. Properly use APA citations
  • Side One: Arguments; state briefly and cite your sources at least 3 for
  • Side Two: Arguments; state briefly and cite your sources at least 3 against
  • Your Opinion and Rationale: I believe that..., We should..., I feel that... Use supporting arguments and rationale. What arguments would you use to present to those who disagree with you? Cite all of your sources.
  • References: Alphabetize your sources. Make sure there are sources representing both sides of the issue.

The schedule of deliverables for this project are:

Week 02 - Topic Submission
Week 03 - Begin Research
Week 04 - Reference List
Week 05 - Rough Draft - Peer Review
Week 06 - Final Paper


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Module 04 Environmental Issue Project - Reference List Submit a reference list showing your research for the Environmental Issues Project. The reference list should have a minimum of 6 sources and follow the APA format. You reference list can include citations from articles, your textbook, books, magazines, interviews, the Internet, etc. Make sure that the list is in alphabetical order. Submit your completed assignment to the drop box below. Please check the Course Calendar for specific due dates. Save your assignment as a Microsoft Word document. (Mac users, please remember to append the ".docx" extension to the filename.) The name of the file should be your first initial and last name, followed by an underscore and the name of the assignment, and an underscore and the date. An example is shown below: Jstudent_exampleproblem_101504 Need Help? Click here for complete drop box instructions. Module 05 Environmental Issue Project - Rough Draft Submitting a rough draft of a paper or project gives the writer a chance to receive feedback on the paper and make revisions in anticipation of the final draft submission. A rough draft does not need to be a polished work but it should still adhere to APA guidelines and include all necessary components as listed in the Environmental Issue Project - Introduction from Module 02. Your assignment is to deliver the rough draft for your Environmental Issue Project. For more information on APA format, please see the Online Library which is accessible through the Resources tab. Submit your completed assignment to the drop box below. Please check the Course Calendar for specific due dates. Save your assignment as a Microsoft Word document. (Mac users, please remember to append the ".docx" extension to the filename.) The name of the file should be your first initial and last name, followed by an underscore and the name of the assignment, and an underscore and the date. An example is shown below: Jstudent_exampleproblem_101504 Need Help? Click here for complete drop box instructions. Module 02 - Biodiversity, Ecology, Food For a major part of your grade, you are going to research and complete an environmental issues paper. This will help you build the skills necessary to develop an informed opinion and present that opinion in written form. This project will serve as a final assessment for the course. Using the content of the course, critically evaluate and analyze a controversial environmental issue of your choosing. You must examine the pros, cons, compromises, and tradeoffs of the issue by gathering credible information from various sources and assess the scientific credibility of the information. You will then develop from this information a well thought out paper that will address the major players involved, relevant cited facts, and a clearly identified opinion. The first part of this project will be to submit a topic to your instructor for approval. Research the topic using online library, the online library, scientific journals, government documents, books, science magazines, and personal interviews. Peer reviewed sources should form the basis of your paper. Use a minimum of 6 sources. The final paper should be double-spaced, 12 point, and 7 to 9 pages in length with citations in APA format. Anytime you use the writings or ideas of others as though they were your own, you are plagiarizing (even if you paraphrase). All information and ideas that are not a part of general knowledge must be cited. When in doubt, cite! Your final paper should address the following key points: • • • • • • • The Controversy: Identify the controversy The Major Players: Who is involved? Why are they involved? Important Facts: State relevant facts concerning the issue. Try to separate fact from opinion. Try not to show your own bias. Properly use APA citations Side One: Arguments; state briefly and cite your sources at least 3 for Side Two: Arguments; state briefly and cite your sources at least 3 against Your Opinion and Rationale: I believe that..., We should..., I feel that... Use supporting arguments and rationale. What arguments would you use to present to those who disagree with you? Cite all of your sources. References: Alphabetize your sources. Make sure there are sources representing both sides of the issue. The schedule of deliverables for this project are: Week 02 - Topic Submission Week 03 - Begin Research Week 04 - Reference List Week 05 - Rough Draft - Peer Review Week 06 - Final Paper Sample Outline attached Running Head: Title of your subject Title of the Subject Your Name Rasmussen College Author's Note: This assignment is being submitted on February 5, 2016 for Professor Buckland's EVR3410 Human Uses of the Environment course. Title of your subject 2 Introduce the Controversy Tell me why you chose this topic and why you think it is important What is The Subject? Tell me the what History of the Subject Give me some history to the topic The Controversy Explain what the controversy is Side One – For Three arguments for Side Two – Against Three arguments against Title of your subject 3 My Opinion What do you think should be done and what is a solution. Try to think of you would explain your view with someone who disagreed with you. Use I believe that … Conclusion What you discovered by writing this paper References Here are some Samples Boules, C. (2016). Using stem cells to treat diabetes. Young Scientists Journal, (18), 22-25. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database. Euro Stem Cell (Ed.). (2015, November 5). Embryonic stem cell research: An ethical dilemma. Retrieved January 29, 2017, from http://www.eurostemcell.org/embryonic-stem-cell-research-ethical-dilemma Explorable (Ed.). (2008). Stem cell research: Pros and cons. Retrieved January 29, 2017, from https://explorable.com/stem-cell-pros-and-cons National Institutes of Health (Ed.). (2016). Stem cell basics III. Retrieved January 29, 2017, from https://stemcells.nih.gov/info/basics/3.htm Robertson, J. A. (2010). Embryo stem cell research: Ten years of research. Journal of Law, Medicine, & Ethics, 191-203. Retrieved from http://eds.a.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.rasmussen.edu/ehost/pdfviewer/ pdfviewer?sid=efd2a838-275d-4e9c-a205- Title of your subject af9f2c4e0d01%40sessionmgr4010&vid=3&hid=410 5 University of Utah (Ed.). (n.d.). The stem cell debate: Is it over? Retrieved January 29, 2017, from http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/stemcells/ scissues/ 4 ...
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Hi,Find attached the completed work.Feel free to ask for any clarification or editing if need be.Looking forward to working with you in the future.Thank you.

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The work is a continuation on Organic Food.


References
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Conford, P., & Dimbleby, J. (2001). Origins of the organic movement. Floris Books.
Keon, J. (1999). The Truth about Breast Cancer: A 7-step Prevention Plan. Parissound Pub.
Kushi, L. H., Doyle, C., McCullough, M., Rock, C. L., Demark‐Wahnefried, W., Bandera, E. V.,
... & Gansler, T. (2012). American Cancer Society guidelines on nutrition and physical
activity for cancer prevention. CA: a cancer journal for clinicians, 62(1), 30-67.
Latham, J. R., Wilson, A. K., & Steinbrecher, R. A. (2006). The mutational consequences of
plant transformation. BioMed Research International, 2006.
Willer, H., Yussefi, M., & Sorensen, N. (2010). The world of organic agriculture: statistics and
emerging trends 2008. Earthscan.
Winter, C. K., & Davis, S. F. (2006). Organic foods. Journal of food science, 71(9), R117-R124.
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Running head: ORGANIC FOOD

Organic Food
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ORGANIC FOOD

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Organic food is an organic farming product, which is a farming method free from
artificial fertilizers and pesticides (Winter & Davis, 2006). In other words, this is food that does
not have artificial food additives and preservatives and is grown and preserved under organic
conditions (Winter & Davis, 2006). The pesticides used in the organic farming method are not
synthetic. The argument for organic production is that it cares for the soil to ensure that it
produces the best nutrients for the plants. This also has great benefits to the environment that are
way beyond just growing and caring for the plants (Willer, Yussefi & Sorensen, 2010). There
have been several controversial issues stemming from this subject that has led to some countries
requiring that all farmers that would like to deal with organic food obtain special certifications
(Willer, Yussefi & Sorensen, 2010). Several debates have also risen on whether organic food is
healthier than non-organic food, an issue I would like to look at. I am interested in this topic
because there have been questions about the nutritional value of these foods, whether or not they
are natural and if the standards set by the United States Department of Agriculture are weak.
As earlier mentioned, organic foods are foods which are artificially grown without the
use of additives and preservatives and are mainly preserved and stored under organic conditions.
This means that there is no addition of fertilizers and use of pesticides, and if pesticides are to be
used, they are required to be non-synthetic. I was interested in this topic as a result of the
continued controversy on the health and nutritious aspects of these foods over conventional
foods. Some scientists and researchers argue that the use of additives, pesticides, and
preservatives is harmful to the human body, that it also contaminates the soil, other plants, and
water, while others are of the contrary opinion. It is very important to cover this...

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