What is the central issue or problem in this news item?

What is the central issue or problem in this news item?

What is the central issue or problem in this news item? 150 150 Nyagu

9:34 Back Assignment details 2021 Spr – BIOL 10 (1303) [1..18] – DAVIS – (G) Description Extra Credit Opportunities You are allowed 15 points as extra credit to help boost your grade. Extra credit can be obtained by summarizing an article that may be of interest to you and that is relevant to topics we are covering in class this semester. The articles should be found by you and the link should be included in your summary. The summary will be worth 15 points (one page per summary, font Times New Roman, size 12, 1.5 spaced). The Articles/ news item must come from peer-reviewed sources (i.e., journal articles) or reputable news sources (i.e., LA Times, NY Times, AP, Washington Post, etc.). Choose articles that discuss current or hot-button issues of environmental concern. Articles/ news Submit assignment Previous 4 DOO 000 Dashboard Calendar To-do Notifications Inbox 9:34 Back Assignment details 2021 Spr – BIOL 10 (1303) [1..18] – DAVIS – (G) The Articles/ news item must come from peer-reviewed sources (i.e., journal articles) or reputable news sources (i.e., LA Times, NY Times, AP, Washington Post, etc.). Choose articles that discuss current or hot-button issues of environmental concern. Articles/news items should be no more than six months older than the assignment due date. Please avoid overtly biased articles: editorials, opinions, columns, blogs, or press releases. While often interesting, these tend not to be as thorough or present only present a one-sided view on a topic. Here are a few examples of articles/ news items to consider, but as indicated above, feel free to choose your own: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/a rticles/2021-05-17/california- farmers-facing-drought-are- choosing-empty-fields Submit assignment Previous 4 DOO 000 Dashboard Calendar To-do Notifications Inbox 9:34 Back Assignment details 2021 Spr – BIOL 10 (1303) [1..18] – DAVIS – (G) Do think about the following questions when preparing your summaries: 1. What is the central issue or problem in this news item? What is the location or setting of the issue? 2. Who are the stakeholders? Discuss how they are involved or affected. Non- human species and ecosystems may be included here. 3. What actions were taken or proposed, and what were the actual or expected consequences of the action(s)? How effective was (or might be) each action in dealing with the issue? 4. Is anything missing from this article? Is the story one-sided? Are there any parties whose interests are not covered in this article? 5. How does this issue relate to Applied Submit assignment Previous 4 DOO 000 Dashboard Calendar To-do Notifications Inbox 9:34 Back Assignment details 2021 Spr – BIOL 10 (1303) (1..18] – DAVIS – (G) I ULICI. 5. How does this issue relate to Applied Ecology and Conservation Biology? How is science used to argue on either side? How can science explain how the problem arose? Use concepts from class whenever possible. 6. What are the economic issues? Are there political interests in this issue? These may or may not be addressed directly in the article. Speculate on what you think the economic or political impacts may be. 7. What is your opinion on the situation? What suggestions can you offer to improve the situation? Do you think this situation is or can be resolved? Please note: “They are doing everything that can be done” is not an acceptable answer. Submit assignment Previous 4 DOO 000 Dashboard Calendar To-do Notifications Inbox
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