276- Sustain Our National Parks
What is NR Recreation?
Voluntary activity done in an environment predominated by NR
where the NR are critical to your enjoyment.
o Forces of nature
o Natural settings
o Without NR its not NR recreation
Journal of Sustainable Development; Vol. 7, No. 1; 2014
Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education
Water Scarcity in Communities, Coping Strategies and Mitigation
Measures: The Case of Bulawayo
Treda Mukuhlani1 &
Problem Solving Card Games
A. Persuasive Messages Work When:
1. Credibility is established
2. The audience understands the message
3. Able and willing to comply.
B. Persuasion Can Cause Conflict
1. Persuasive card games ask people
Connecting to Innovate
A. Definition of Innovation
A proposed change from status quo
That is perceived as new.
The adoption of the innovation
Using both interpersonal and mass/
Three questions, and youll answer one.
Large (8x11) blue book (green is fine, too!),
3-4 pages, single-spaced.
Open book, open note. Our four books are
permitted, plus a dictionary. All e-readers
Your question will ask: compare and cont
Lecture 4: Identity
Connecting to Develop an Identity
I. Personal Identity
A. Basic Interpersonal Needs
Each person, from birth on,
strives to meet three basic
interpersonal needs that are not
to be accepted
Playing Cards to Fit In
I. The Need to Connect:
A. Definition of Socialization
1. Acquisition of the skills,
knowledge, values, motives, and
2. Appropriate to the individuals
position in a group or society,
Lecture 11: Power and
Developing your Leadership Talk Card
I. What is Power?
A. Do You Have Power?
1. Control vs. influence.
2. Who has the most power over you?
B. Power is:
1. The perceived ability and willingness
to control outcomes.
New Media are Changing the World!
Old Media: Media 1.0
New Media PLUS Old Media: Media 2.0
The convergence of Old and New Media form
the current media landscape
Social, Business, Political Uses of Media
In this week's blog you need to indicate your current progress with your behavior by first
describing it and then with your data collected from Week 3 (include any data you might have
collected in Week 2)
In this week's blog you should report on two things. The first thing you need to describe how you
are measuring your project (how you are going to determine much water you save each day,
etc.). This might require a base
Reflection Paper 8:
A. The Dakota Access Pipeline is an underground pipeline used to transport crude oil
from North Dakota to Illinois. It is being built by the Energy Transfer Partners. Being an
Environmental Science major, I heavily disagree with the co
I live in Waterford, Michigan. To get to Waterford from East Lansing, trains are the
easiest public transportation to use. I would go on the Blue Water train going from East Lansing,
Michigan going to Pontiac, Michigan. It would cost about $43. I would ha
1a. One free press ranking site is called Reporters Without Borders. The United States
free press in 2016 was ranked number 41 out of all the countries in the world.
b. The Unites States ranking makes sense to me. There are many improvements that could be
1) Don Blankenship was the CEO of the company called Massey Energy Company.
According to The New York Times, Don Blankenship was sentenced to a year in prison for
conspiring to violate federal mine safely standards. Seven years ago, a minin
Reflection Paper 10:
Junior year of high school, I got really into eating healthy foods. I watched a variety of
food documentaries that educated me about the food system. This made me stop eating so
many refined and processed foods. It also made me switch
Reflection Paper 7:
1. I have learned many things about the Flint Water Crisis. I knew that the Flint Water
Crisis began in 2014 when Flints water supply switched from the Detroit river to the Flint river.
This poisoned its residents due to the high level
1.In my opinion, Line 5 is not safe enough for me. I dont think Line 5 is safe enough for
anyone. I dont think this pipeline should be continued to use. 23 millions of gallons of oil a day
run underneath the great lakes. It is a danger to t
To put it simply, bees are very important for the survival of humans because they
pollinate our foods. There are ecological and economical significances of our dependence on
bees for our food. According to the NYT story about Bees and Almond
2. Karen Silkwood worked in a nuclear facility at Kerr-McGee in Crescent, Oklahoma,
United States. She believed that the facilities at the plant were not safe and broke many
violations of health regulations. This is very dangerous because the unsafe facil
I am a vegetarian, so instead of choosing a food item like beef or chicken, I chose corn.
Before I watched the film called Food, Inc or read the chapters from the book called The
Omnivores Dilemma, I thought corn was a great product that was
Whistleblowers are people who expose information on an activity that is illegal or
unethical. They are very important because they vocalize problems that other people dont.
However, most whistleblowers are not widely known. A recent whistleblower case hap
2. According to Oreskes, bad science is science that is fake. It is data that is twisted,
manipulated, or invented to try to convey a false message. It is also when some data is left out
so the reader cannot understand a clear way that the data was found.
The movie called, A Fierce Green Fire, is divided into three different sections to convey
the message of the environmental movement. These three segments are: conservation, pollution,
and the alternatives. Conservation is the act of using the environment
2. Since people cant scientifically prove that something like global warming is fake or
that smoking cigarettes dont have negative health effects, they use a strategy called doubtmongering. Doubt-mongering is the act of spreading the idea of doubt that so
1.The main source of conflict between the Native Americans and the European
colonizers was the fight over land. According to the text, At stake is nothing less that the
ecological integrity of the land base and the physical and social health o
1. Friedman named chapter 11, The Stone Age Didnt End because we Ran Out of Stones,
because it compares the stone age to the energy crisis that is happening around the world right now. We
are in an energy crisis. This quote means that the sto
1) Sustainability: the prospect that an organization will be able to keep a program going (sustain it)
after the end of a particular grant. Increasingly a concern of grantmakers at all levels. Applicants
should be able t