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As an environmentalist, you are very interested in how public opinion and economics play a role in determining how many and what type of environmental laws are passed. The research paper you prepare this week should be directed toward the general public to raise awareness of a particular environmental law, its reasons for being passed, and its economic impacts.

Start by writing a brief introduction to the topic of environmental law and its connection to economics. Next, choose an environmental law. Here are some of the major environmental laws that you can choose from:

National Environmental Protection Act
Clean Air Act
Clean Water Act
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Superfund sites
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

Address the following:

Description of the law
When was it passed?
What are the major provisions of the law?
What environmental problems motivated the writing of his law? Be as specific as possible.
What kinds of costs, fines, or economic benefits are associated with the law? Provide economic data to support this.
Discuss whether you feel that this particular environmental law has improved the environment or situation. Why or why not?

For your Unit 4 Individual Project, you completed the following five sections. Be sure that all of these elements are included in your Unit 5 Individual Project as well. Refer to last week's worksheet for a review of each section, but be sure to use this week's topics.

Section 1: Title Information
Section 2: Introduction
Section 3: Body of paper
Section 4: Conclusions
Section 5: Reference list

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Purpose

The lab objective is to statistically analyze the listed species in our waters and invasion of these species over a time span of 20 years.

Introduction

The cargo ships were usually the carriers of variety of species and generally they will bring species to the waters along with the material products they carry along with them. The current example is about the St Lawrence Seaway, opened in the year 1959. Since then there are several ships moving through this sea way as a part of their logistics operations. Even though the actual logistics operations started since a long time, the first instances of Zebra and Quagga Muggel were discovered in the Great lakes in the year 1980. The current listing of the species and the growth study of the same is detailed in the table.

Hypothesis/Predicted Outcome

The main prediction is that the species will get transported from one area of the nation to the other as long as there do exist the marine transportation across different regions of the country as well as different coasts of the country. This is applicable for almost all types of the species.




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