Bao Tran Duong
1) The first scientific evidence of climate change is sea level rise. It rose about 17 cm in the last
century while in the last decade the rate was almost double. The second evidence is global
temperature rise. Although the earth has warmed
-Environmental Politics Part 2
Watch: The Story of Citizens United v FEC
What do you think about giant corporations getting bailouts and subsidies?
It is not fair and they have too much power. They are making
ES 001 (DL)
Instructor: Jana Clark
Congratulations you have arrived at the final assignment for Environmental Studies 1!
The concept of Ecosystem Services (or ecological integrity) was discussed throughout this
Outline the main points and write your responses to the questions asked in the following lectures:
Origins of Urban Sprawl
many changes after WWII including poor housing, bad sewer systems, pollution,
Video Clips from the Human Footprint - watch at least 4 episodes (parts) of this incredible
List the the segments (and the amount of time) that you watched. Break this down and
report on each segment individually. This way we will make s
Environmental Economics Part 1
compare concepts of economic growth
explain aspects of environmental and ecological economics
how businesses can move our economic situation
China is a factory for the entire world but they have 7 of the wo
Environmental hazards & human Health
YouTube: -Love Canal an Environmental Disaster
Hooker chemical company dumped a bunch of chemicals into the Love Canal. They sealed the
site and eventually sold it to a school district. It took 20
City of Dreams - Brazil (15:12 minutes)
Discuss what you learn in this video. (3 points)
Discuss WASSEEM and what you learned in this video. (3 points)
What did you find interesting and why was it interesting to you? (4 points)
Curitiba has a population o
Week 1 1/9/15
Lecture 1 Intro 1
Lecture 1 Humans & Earth
are you a 1st year college student, if not what year? I am a 3rd year at De Anza and hope to transfer by fall
I have been to th
Highlight the main points and write your responses to the questions that are asked by the
instructor during the lectures:
-Path to Sustainability Part 1
Ethics of sustainability (virtuous vs. vulgar), benefits of being vegan and what it does for
ES 1 Extra Credit Each video is worth 5 points (maximum extra credit = 30 points).
1. watch the video
2. summarize what the video was about
3. and then tell me what your opinion is
You may choose what you want to watch, up to the maxi
Journal 4: Write your responses to the questions that are asked, and summarize the
main points in the lectures:
-3 Types of Federal Lands &
1. What are the three types of federal lands? Multiple Use Lands, Moderately
1. Watch the TED Talk video: Ray Anderson, The Business Logic of Sustainability
1. Discuss what you learned from this talk? What kinds of things did Ray Ande
Six Degrees Could Change the World
Part 1: Watch the first 24 minutes of the video:
1. What could happen to the global climate change by the end of this century?
The amazon rainforest can burn down and change into a savannah.
2. What are some current sign
Lecture 1 Intro 1waseem
Lecture 1 Humans & Earth
humans the Earth/History, Environmental Issues, Causes
Personal Resource Inventory
What is environmental Studies?
What is Environmental Studies?
interdisciplinary academic field which systema
1. How do you view your Ecological integrity? What is your current view of nature?,
Our environment? Your mission statement
a. My mission statement is decrease my large contribution as a consumer by
lessening my resource consumption in order to lessen the
1. Environmental Method: How would you solve the environmental problem?
a. I would first gather my neighbors to draw a consensus on the problem. I would
then hire a specialist to test the water for contaminants. If there are contaminants
-Env. Hazards & Human Health
Watch on YouTube:
-Love Canal an Environmental Disaster
Summarize this video, your thoughts, analysis and critiques.
Hooker chemical company dumped a bunch of chemicals into the Love Canal. They sealed
Write your responses to the questions that are asked by the instructor during the lectures in
week #9 & outline main points!
-US Energy Policy
What is the current Energy Policy in the US? We dont have one.
How much do we use: In 2005, the US cons
Please write your responses to the questions on the Kirsch Center Treasure Hunt here. There
are many signs throughout the building and the student mentors at the Stewardship Resource
Center are able to help you if you have questions on this activity. Be s
Student Action Plan
Nature is the most important part of the world, every aspect of our lives involves
nature. Without the nature around us, we will barely survive. As the foundation of all human
lives, nature p
Oil drilling on ice has always been on top of controversies throughout the world, as it
relates to human development and energy uses. ANWR propose a big question in the field of
natural resource development
Is Global Warming real?
Climate change is real. Average global temperatures have been rising right
along with increases in climate pollution. Atmospheric carbon dioxide
concentrations.are higher today than at any time in at least the
Solar bottle lights in a Ugandan kitchen | "Plastic bottle light"
Helen from Uganda. This video show me that how to using 1.5 litre plastic water bottles as a way of
lighting her dark kitchen in the daytime. She uses the three big bottles, filled with wat
should the primary goal of our current economic system be to maximize
economic growth by producing and consuming more and more economic
Growth is a terrible measure of how well people are doing. It does not
measure how well off anyone is. It does n
Anti-environmentalism prefer to develop high effective energy sauce
such as nuclear power. Environmental movement would like to produce
the energy by natural way. For example, wind farm and hydropower.
Real estate developers:
1. Current State of our Planet or how do we measure up?
Ans. Global warming, ozone hole, ENSO, rise in temperature.
2. Compare and contrast the Environmental Movement & the AntiEnvironmental (Wise Use) Movement. List 3 objectives of each group.
List 3 dif
June 1 2016
The UCSD Microgrid- Showing Future of Electricity .Today
Electrity system is transforming
Microgrid is a single point connection into a utility grid
In that is the campus
Provides with low cost and benefits
Environmental Law Assignment
The Food Quality Protection Ace, abbreviated as FQPA, is a law that standardized how EPA manage and
control the use of pesticide that requires a health-based standard for pesticide us
WINTER 2017 Class Survey ES 1 Roeder - Worth 50 points toward your course grade- DUE THURSDAY JANUARY 12
@ 5:00 PM- Late submissions will not be accepted.
1) What is your instructors name?
2) Does your instructor have office
Assignment #4 Difference in World View
Native Americans are people who is descended from pre-Columbian population settled
on American land, they are composed of tribes, ethnic groups and bands. They lived in the
Carbon Footprint (extra credit)
As it turns out, my carbon footprint is 17% worse than average, because of the extravagant amount of
gas and heat I spend every year, the 3 things I can do to fix this is: