Analyze significant economic questions according to the standards of the economics discipline including in broad subfields of economics, such as applied microeconomics, global and macroeconomics, econometrics, or finance.

Applied microeconomics, global and macroeconomics, econometrics, or finance

Social Construction of Environmental Issues

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This activity will enable you to

  • Analyze significant economic questions according to the standards of the economics discipline including in broad subfields of economics, such as applied microeconomics, global and macroeconomics, econometrics, or finance.
  • Identify social arrangements interpreted as unjust and articulate the implications for social policy and action.
  • Read the following from Bell, M. (2009). An Invitation to Environmental Sociology
  • Read the Module Notes

Answer the following question:

  • Drawing on real–life examples, briefly discuss Bell’s three issues of sustainability, environmental justice, and the rights and beauty of habitat.
  • In your assessment, are solutions to today’s environmental dilemmas within reach, whether at the local level in the optional reading you did, or at the global level with climate change? Elaborate on your views here please.

Keep the following points in mind:

  • The project should demonstrate understanding of assigned reading materials.
  • The analysis is appropriate, and relevant examples have been cited.

The paper, not including the cover page, should be approximately 750 words in length, double spaced in 12-point font.

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