Unit Group 2 Readings:
Are Natural Resources a Blessing or Curse for Developing Countries? Mark Tran, The Guardian
An Unlikely Feud Between Beekeepers and Mennonites Simmers in Mexico, Nina Strochlic, National Geographic (https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/article/unlikely-feud-beekeepers-mennonites-simmers-mexico)
Tragedy of the Commons, Garrett Hardin
How Humans are Making Novel Ecosystems, Riley Black, Natural History Museum of Utah
Can We Restore… Everything? A debate on novel ecosystems and restoration, Bob Lalasz, Cool Green Science
Use the readings from Units 3, 4, and 5 to write a 1 page reading response on the following topic: With information from the readings and lecture, do you think environmental resource use is a blessing or a curse for communities? How does your opinion apply to both the environmental impacts and the socio-economic impacts of resource use?
Unit Group 3 Readings:
Silent Spring is More Than a Scientific Landmark… Rebecca Renner, The Literary Hub
The Green New Deal Explained, David Roberts, Vox
Earth Day 1970… Lola Jusidman Shoshana, The Trouble
Is it Smoky in Here? The Clean Air Act in the 21st Century, Felix Barber
Why Natural Disasters Aren’t All That Natural, Chmutina et al., openDemocracy
Vulnerability to Natural Disasters ‘Soaring’…, Mark Tran, The Guardian
A Map of Where Your Food Originates May Surprise You, Jeremy Cherfas, NPR
Does Democracy Avert Famine?, Michael Massing, The New York Times
Is Fair Trade Finished?, Samanth Subramanian, The Guardian
Use the readings from Units 6, 7, and 8 to write a 1 page reading response on the following topic: With information from the readings and lecture, do you think the Green New Deal is possible? How do you think the Green New Deal will impact the way we approach environmental disasters? How do you think it will impact the way we approach our global food system?
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