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ENV 2073 Global Warming: Science and Politics of a Contemporary Issue University of South Florida Fall 2011 Prof J.A. Cunningham Homework Assignment #3 Due Thursday, October 20 1. Complete the required reading for week 9. Include the recommended and supplemental reading if you choose. 2. Find an article from a print media source – that means a newspaper, magazine, or journal, NOT a web site – from the past 24 months that deals with the economic cost of either capping CO 2 emissions or adapting to climate change. Photocopy, print, or cut out the article so you can turn it in. Print out the whole article, not just a single page or an abstract. Include all bibliographic data for the article – where it was published, when it was published, who wrote it (if the authors are identified), what page it was on, etc. Do not use the same article that you used for homework #1 or #2.
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Unformatted text preview: If you turn in a newspaper article, it must have appeared in the print edition of the paper, and you must provide information about when and where it appeared in the print edition (date, page number). 3. Find the proper way to cite your news article according to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association , 6 th edition. Write or type the citation in proper format so you can turn it in. 4. Write about a paragraph summarizing your article, with particular attention to the economic cost associated with either mitigating climate change or adapting to climate change. Also discuss how the article relates to what you read in the assigned reading for week 9. Staple together your article, your citation, and your paragraph so that you can turn all of it in together. 5. Be prepared to discuss your article and summarize its most important points in class....
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