Environmental studies and Forestry

Environmental studies and Forestry


1. Research a min” rel=”nofollow”>ine (active or abandoned) near where you live. Fin” rel=”nofollow”>ind at least one article on the min” rel=”nofollow”>ine.

2. Summarize what is min” rel=”nofollow”>ined there, how much economic activity it supports, what environmental issues arise from the min” rel=”nofollow”>ine, and what if anythin” rel=”nofollow”>ing is bein” rel=”nofollow”>ing done about it (fin” rel=”nofollow”>ind a second article if the first one doesn’t address this).

3. Do you thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink that the min” rel=”nofollow”>ine is ‘worth it’? What do you thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink could be done better, if anythin” rel=”nofollow”>ing?

4. Use the CRITICAL WRITING GUIDELINES AND RUBRIC (see below) to evaluate the authors and apply skepticism to their positions.

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