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Environmental social movements encompass topics ranging from creating national parks, to
pollution regulations, to pesticides and migrant workers, to climate change. Participants in these
debates include grassroots organizations, lobbyists, governments, and corporations.
The articles in this SolutionsU collection focus on three interrelated problems and solutions put
forth by various actors.
Do the solutions presented in this collection depend on belief in climate change? Do the articles
appeal to morals to gain support from the reader? Make an argument for or against framing
solutions in terms of financial gain.
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In two of the articles, the solutions presented in the collections do not depend
on the belief in climate change and whether it exists or not. According to Galliot
(2015), rural communities use solar energy because it offers them a cheaper source of
lighting than kerosene and at the same time reduces carbon emission. The author of
the article on food wastage had no intention of discussing climate change. It emerges
as a point of argument in the narrative to dissuade consumers wasting food. The
author of the third article believes that climate change is real and thinks that political
leaders should champion the cause. However, he finds that politicians allied to the
Republican Party have refused to provide leadership and have left the citizens to
devise their solutions. According to Struck (2015), the leaders in power such as the
governor and the senator have declined to take action on climate change forcing the
local communities to take up the challenge and provide solutions in their small ways.
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