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Please tell the class about yourself. What is your background? What is your major and when was your last science class? What plans do you have for the future? What do you hope to get from this class? You should include anything else you would like to share with us as well. Hello Professor and classmates! My name is Sandra Zapata, originally from Colombia and living in Florida. My major is Legal Studies and I haven’t taken a science class since I was in high school. My plans for the future are to continue with my classes while I take care of my family. Thanks. Review Chapter 1 in your text. Which one of the four scientific principles of sustainability is most critical to the U. S.? Explain why. Include in your explanation how we, as individuals can positively affect sustainability. The most critical scientific principle of sustainability to the U.S is population control. While population grows, natural resources start to decline. The competition to obtain food, room, and other basic needs becomes limited. Several measurements need to be taken to control the natality
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course BUS 3020 taught by Professor Lazario during the Spring '11 term at Broward College.

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