ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE EXAM 3 2010-2011

ENVIRONMENTAL - University of Asia and the Pacific College of Arts and Sciences Department of Science ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE THIRD LONG EXAM The

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University of Asia and the Pacific College of Arts and Sciences Department of Science ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE THIRD LONG EXAM March 11, 2011 The ability to write clearly and substantially about complex topics in environmental science is an important part of the course. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Read the article “ Upstart nation provides workers for the world ” by Rosa Linda Valenzona. Link: http://www.mercatornet.com/articles/view/upstart_nation_provides_workers_for_the_world/ . 2. Visit a poor and large family in a slum area during the weekend. Gather demographic data (e.g. educational attainment, number of children, occupation, monthly income, etc). Interview the family. Submit an essay on: How can a big family be an ultimate resource even if the family is poor? Why does a morally responsible openness to life represent a rich social and economic resource? Your essay should be scientific, argumentative and persuasive enough, and should be like the article of Valenzona in terms of quality and formatting. 3. An excellent paper is the one which is multi-disciplinary, i.e., one that is able to synthesize points from
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course EVS 101 taught by Professor Varsolosunio during the Winter '10 term at American Intl. University.

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ENVIRONMENTAL - University of Asia and the Pacific College of Arts and Sciences Department of Science ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE THIRD LONG EXAM The

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