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  1. 1. Follow the link Now for full guide https://bitly.com/1wyPMFu In this pack of ECO 370 Entire Course you will find the next docs: ECO-370 benefits cost.pptx ECO-370 Economics and the Environment Worksheet.doc ECO-370 Green Incentive Proposal.pptx ECO-370 Proposed Rosemont Mine.ppt ECO-370 Week 1 DQs.doc ECO-370 Week 2 DQs.doc ECO-370 week 2 impact classification.doc ECO-370 Week 3 DQs.doc ECO-370 Week 4 DQs.doc ECO-370 week 4 Policy Implications and Evaluation Matrix.doc ECO-370 Week 5 DQs.doc ECO-370 week 5 IT Project rewrite.ppt ECO-370 week 5 Kyoto Protocol and Global Warming Evaluation.doc Business - General Business Individual Economics and the Environment Worksheet Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Economics and the Environment Worksheet. Respond to each question with a 150- to 250-word paragraph. Individual
  2. 2. Impact Classification—Environmental Impact Assessment and Economic Impact Assessment Resources: Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for Geothermal Leasing in the Western United States from the Bureau of Land Management’s website, Ch. 5 6 of the text, and this week’s Electronic Reading Reserves Choose one of the following chapters of the Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for Geothermal Leasing in the Western United States: · Chapter 11: Tongass National Forest/Anchorage District Leases in Alaska · Chapter 12: El Centro Field Office Leases in Southern California · Chapter 13: Modoc National Forest/Surprise Field Office Leases in Northeastern California · Chapter 14: Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest/Battle Mountain District Leases in Nevada · Chapter 15: Mount Hood National Forest/Prineville Field Office Leases in Oregon · Chapter 16: Willamette National Forest/Salem District Leases in Oregon · Chapter 17: Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest/Spokane District Leases in Washington Read your chosen chapter and review the Executive Summary of the Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement for Geothermal Leasing in the Western United States. Research the economic and environmental impacts of geothermal energy. Summarize the environmental and economic impacts of the leases evaluated in your chosen chapter with a 1,050- to
  3. 3. 1,750-word report. This report must communicate the environmental and economic impacts of the proposed geothermal leases to local stakeholders and to members of the American public. Identify the community members who will be most affected by each environmental or economic impact. Include the following information in your report: · Briefly introduce your chosen chapter and the proposed geothermal leases evaluated in this chapter. · Categorize the environmental impacts of the proposed actions: o What environmental impacts are significant? What environmental impacts are insignificant? o What environmental impacts are short-term? What environmental impacts are long-term? o Is each environmental impact a positive impact or a negative impact? Explain. · Categorize the economic impacts of the proposed actions: o What economic impacts are significant? What economic impacts are insignificant? o What economic impacts are short-term? What economic impacts are long-term? o Identify whether each economic impact is a positive impact or an adverse impact, and explain. Write a conclusion that summarizes the economic and environmental impacts of the proposed actions. Cite at least three peer-reviewed references. Format your report consistent with APA guidelines. Learning Team Benefit-Cost Analysis Presentation Research your chosen proposed surface mine. Choose an interest group to whom you will address your
  4. 4. presentation. The Learning Team will play the role of a team of environmental analysts reporting on the costs and benefits of this mining proposal to the concerned interest group. Address the concerns of this interest group. Recommended interest groups include the following: · Local governments for the regions in or near which the mine is proposed · Labor unions or organizers from the regions in or near which the mine is proposed · Recreation groups that use the region for camping, fishing, hunting, hiking, bicycling, skiing, or bird-watching · Indigenous peoples from the regions in or near which the mine is proposed · The chamber of commerce for the nearest city to the proposed mine Prepare a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation summarizing the costs and benefits of the proposed mine. Include the following elements: · Summarize the benefits of the proposed action. Estimate a dollar value for each benefit and total the estimated benefits. · Incorporate at least one image and at least one chart or graph illustrating project benefits. · Summarize the costs of the proposed action. Estimate a dollar value for each cost and total the estimated costs. · Incorporate at least one image and at least one chart or graph illustrating project costs. · Summarize the factors influencing the environmental choice of your chosen proposed surface mine. · Conclude with an explanation of whether your chosen proposed surface mine is economically feasible and environmentally viable.
  5. 5. Present the Benefit-Cost Analysis Presentation. · For Online and Directed Study students, these are Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations with notes. Individual Policy Implications and Evaluation Matrix Choose a local government and a national government on which to focus your policy evaluation. Complete the University of Phoenix Material: Policy Implications and Evaluation Matrix. For each row on the matrix, evaluate one policy for each of your chosen governments. Learning Team City of Kelsey Energy Policy Presentation Help the City of Kelsey become a pioneer in energy efficiency by proposing and defending an incentive-based policy. This way, Kelsey can lead the way toward responsible and sustainable growth while decreasing greenhouse gas emissions and negative environmental consequences. The Learning Team will play the role of a team of environmental analysts presenting a proposal to the Kelsey City Council. Resources: the City of Kelsey on the Virtual Organizations Portal, Memo: Energy Policy Presentation from the City Government section of the City of Kelsey site on the Virtual Organizations portal Research your chosen policy, instances in which similar approaches have been tried, and alternative approaches to increasing energy efficiency. Prepare a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation supporting your chosen incentive-based policy. Include the following elements: · Describe your chosen policy proposal.
  6. 6. · Contrast the economics of your chosen policy proposal with the current energy policy in Kelsey. · Contrast the economics of your chosen policy proposal with a decentralized approach to energy policy. · Contrast the economics of your chosen policy proposal with a standards-based approach to energy policy. · Sum... https://bitly.com/1wyPMFu

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