Politics of the Environment Essay.

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Details:This paper will consist of a response to one of the questions below. The paper must identify an argument related to the question and support that argument with evidence from academic sources. In writing your paper, you must use at least 4 sources.1 source can be from the textbook or the sample references with each question and you must locate at least 3 additional academic sources. You may of course also use additional readings from the course or other sources located by you. The paper will be evaluated based not on the position you decide to support, there is no right or wrong answer, but on the quality of your argument and how you deploy evidence to support that argument. Your paper must include:  An introduction that states your thesis and outlines the layout of your paper.  A clear statement of your thesis in support or opposition to the question posed.  A clearly developed argument, using evidence from the assigned readings or other reputable sources, in support of your thesis.  A conclusion that restates your thesis and the argument found in your paper. The paper must use the APA citation and reference list format. Questions 1. Role of Science For this topic you must select one of the environmental issues we have focused on (forests, water, toxins policy, climate change, or pesticides) and argue how scientific debates have played a role in that issue. For example, you could examine how debates around climate science contribute to the difficulty in responding effectively to climate change. Sample Sources:  Houck, O. (2004). Tales from a Troubled Marriage: Science and Law in Environmental Policy. Science 302, 1926-1929.  Sarewitz, D. (2004). How science makes environmental controversies worse. Environmental Science and Policy 7, 385-403. 2. Environmental Justice For this topic you must select one of the environmental issues we have focused on (forests, water, toxins policy, climate change, or pesticides) and argue how (or if) that issue disproportionately affects a group based on race, culture, or gender. For example, you could examine how aboriginal people in Canada (or a specific place in Canada) are disproportionately affected by the pollution of water.

 

 

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Scientific debates have largely complicated the management of climate change

Even though scientific studies have proposed myriad ways of managing climate change, their recommendations have not effectively tackled the scourge of climate change. Instead, climate change is on the rise. For instance, in September 2014, temperatures recorded the highest reading since the measurements were established in 1880s (National Climatic Data Center 2014).

 

A report by World Commission on the Ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology (2010) argue that, despite major efforts to stop the climatic change menace the big challenge is bringing together all the stakeholders in the society realms that can help in mitigating the causes. Yet, scientists have failed to decide carefully on the path to be taken in controlling climatic change. Environmental change could even results to a more disastrous situation that would devastate the whole human race. I think scientists should focus on distribution of resources and global involvement that leads to inclusion of the entire human race, arguing that the scientific researches done so far have not fully exhausted on this area of ethical concern.

 

Another area where the scientists may have failed is explicating the economics of climatic change. According to a report released by (Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 2011) scientific research on the climatic change has failed to cover fully the area of the cost to be incurred in quest to mitigate the causes. The reports pointed out that the political position of a country contribute less to adoption of policies for mitigation of climatic changes rather its argues that the penetration of this knowledge is what is important, a nation with high penetration levels of information is likely come up with policies in curbing the same. The report recommended that the scientific body under climatic change should focus on creating more awareness in the ground at the same time eliminating all the propaganda. The reports finally concluded that, the information regarding the global climatic changes is easily adopted and enacted by nations which have economic competitive advantage, shunning away nations that are up coming and others that are in economic crises.

 

The idea behind the Bank for Reconstruction and Development report is that climatic change bodies should put in consideration the economic issue in regard to creating awareness and mitigating the cases. The reports outline the idea of  (Tanner & Allouche, 2011) who thought that having a single framework of the policy for remediating the deteriorating state of  climatic change should include  the  contribution of all the countries in terms of resources, power and research. Tanner & Allouche (2011) further outline that each variable has to be ow

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