Questions to be answered. 3) What has been proposed to mitigate (lessen) the impact of this issue on the planet or on human activity? What have different groups, nations, political organizations, or prominent people proposed to help address the concerns of this issue? In particular, should we choose mitigation (changing practices to try to improve the issue) or adaptation (change our practices in line with the effects of the issue)? These should be fairly specific proposals.
In essence, you cannot make your own proposals and suggestions for future action if you don’t know what others have proposed. 5) Finally, what is the likely outcome of these issues politically and socially? You get to put on a bit of a predictive hat and tell me how likely action is develop on the issue. Some specifics on the paper: • All non-original work must be properly cited. This is NOT just quotes—it is everything you researched. In essays like this, while no more than roughly 10% of the paper should be direct quotes, I anticipate about 75% will be cited. • Use the MLA format with parenthetical referencing and a works cited page as a bibliography. • This paper is a double-spaced, pin-point size of either 11 or 12. The citations do count toward the pages but the works cited paper does not