Negative impact of wildlife tourism in Okavango Delta

This essay will describe a negative impact of wildlife tourism in Okavango Delta, focusing on the invasive species interference which is slowly destroying the original ecosystem. It will then evaluate the current approach to which lacks effectiveness and will suggest improved ways to eradicate the introduced species.

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Impacts of Climate Change on Pinyon Pine Cone Production

For this discussion we will examine a case study about the the impact of climate change on plant reproduction. The plant we will talk about is the Pinyon Pine. Pinon pine plants are a mast producing species and their reproduction can be impacted by temperature. In this discussion we will discuss the impact of increasing temperatures on Pinyon Pine Production.

Watch these videos on climate change:

Plants and Climate Change

Read this background information Pinyon Pine:

Eastern Region State and Private Forestry

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Production reports are used in process costing environments

Production reports are used in process costing environments to track and accumulate information on total units, equivalent units, and costs by departments rather than by individual products.
How could the production reports in process costing also be used for controlling or improving operations?

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Environmental Influences

A person’s environment living plays a significant role in one’s daily life. In today’s challenging social climate, it
is imperative for social work practitioners to understand the impact of a person’s environment in relation to their
overall well-being. Practitioners are instrumental in helping their clients address complex issues that are a
result of economic policies, as well as other policies, that may have a negative impact on them. When assisting
clients, social workers must be knowledgeable of the multifaceted nature of the problems clients may
experience. These problems can be complex environmental factors including politics, economics, and biology.
For this discussion, you will provide an analysis of your community and the environmental influences by
answering the questions below.
What are the environmental influences within your community?
Please provide a brief description and upload a minimum of three pictures of your community to include
demographics of the population and community resources. Are there resources needed?
What are the factors that may hinder obtaining needed resources?
Include in your responses thoughtful suggestions and/or questions of community resources to assist in
possible improvement. Your responses should be well-developed, with clear answers and evidence of critical

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Environmental policy

Choose one specific environmental policy and trace its origins, changes, and possible shifts using the framework of one of the three policy theories: Multiple Streams, Punctuated Equilibrium, Advocacy Coalition Framework. See full instructions in the attached document.

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Environmental impacts of deforestation.

Write a short descriptive essay that defines and explains the selected environmental impacts of deforestation. As you write, imagine you are talking to a friend who has no knowledge of this topic. In short, write the way you speak, using a conversational tone. Also, try to alternate short sentences and longer sentences to make your writing more readable.

Be sure to create a title and cite yourself as the author. For example:

Environmental Impacts of Deforestation
Jennifer Croft

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External and Internal Environments

Examine Amazon and the industry in which the entity operates.

Write a 4–6 page paper in which you do the following:

Choose the two segments of the general environment that would rank highest in their influence on the corporation you chose.
Assess how these segments affect the corporation you chose and the industry in which it operates.
Considering the five forces of competition, choose the two that you estimate are the most significant for the corporation you chose.
Evaluate how well the company has addressed these two forces in the recent past.
With the same two forces in mind, predict what the company might do to improve its ability to address these forces in the near future.
Assess the external threats affecting this corporation and the opportunities available to the corporation.
Give your opinions on how the corporation should deal with the most serious threat and the greatest opportunity. Justify your answer.
Give your opinion on the corporation’s greatest strengths and most significant weaknesses.
Choose the strategy or tactic the corporation should select to take maximum advantage of its strengths, and the strategy or tactic the corporation should select to fix its most significant weakness. Justify your choices.
Determine the company’s resources, capabilities, and core competencies.
Analyze the effects of the general environment, competition, threats, opportunities, strengths, and weaknesses relative to a corporation.

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China: Trade and Monetary Environment

  1. How important is trade to your country?
  2. What is its international trade-to-GDP ratio?
  3. What products does your country export and import?
  4. With whom does your country trade?
  5. Is there a concerted effort from the government to promote exports to stimulate the economy? If so, are there any trading policies for American investors?
  6. Does your country have a city that is an important financial center? Does it have its own stock market(s)? How did the stock market(s) perform last year?
  7. What is the exchange rate of your country’s currency compared to the USD? What was it
    a year ago? Is the currency gaining or losing value relative to the USD?
  8. Are there any restrictions on the exchange of the nation’s currency?

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Climate change

A hot topic in the news and in popular culture is climate change. Some countries have taken steps towards mitigating climate change, while others have not. In at least 500 words and using 3 (or more) credible sources, reflect on this idea of climate change by answering the following questions:

  1. What is climate change? What evidence is there that earth’s climate is changing?
  2. How would climate change affect life on earth (humans and wildlife)?
  3. Why do some people disagree that climate change is occurring or think that climate change is not a major issue?
  4. What policies have been put in place to mitigate climate change? In your opinion, are these policies effective? Why or why not?

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The Earth’s resources

Many have a worldview that the Earth’s resources can support unlimited continued economic growth. If you believe that this is true then how would it work given that many of our resources are non-renewable? If you do not believe that this is true, do you think that unlimited economic growth is impossible, or are there enough ways to keep having economic value with out consuming non-renewable resources?

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