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S​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‌‌‍​cenario: You work for DOWSE, the Division of Water Sourcing and Education. DOWSE focuses on the ethical treatment of its employees, the environment, and the countries it serves. Your department collects information about people who are affected by water crises. DOWSE is using social media to bring attention to the ethical concerns related to these crises. Your supervisor, Dr. Phil Wehls, has asked you to create an infographic and write a blog post about one of the topics described below: Flint, Michigan Flint, Michigan, experienced water problems after the local government switched its water source from Lake Huron to the local Flint River. This change was an attempt to help the struggling city save money. Investigate the decisions that the local and national government made. How did these decisions affect Flint’s water system and the health of Flint’s residents? ———————————– Directions: Dr. Wehls has asked you to research one of the topics listed in the scenario. He would like you to create an infographic or slide that gives an overview of the topic and examines what went wrong or what could go wrong. He also asked you to write a blog post on the ethical implications of the scientific or technical to​‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‌‌‍​pic you examined. Infographic Create an infographic using imaging software like PowerPoint or an infographic tool like Piktochart. Your infographic should present an overview of facts about your chosen topic. This could include the history of the topic, interesting statistics, or any pros and cons related to the topic. Note: As you complete your research, you will discover ethical issues related to the topic. These do not need to be covered in your infographic. You will discuss ethical issues in your blog post.

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bandwagon. The former (climate scientists) need there to be a problem in order to get funding. The latter require more and more hysterical stories for news media to publish. Now tens of thousands of jobs depend on global warming. A large portion of Government funds went into building computer models to forecast future climate. However, all such forecasts depend on the assumptions put into them, and ‘all models assume man-made CO2 is the main cause of climate change rather than the sun or the clouds’. Prof. Richard Lindzen (Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Meteorology at MIT) was quoted saying, ‘Every textbook on meteorology is telling you the main source of weather disturbances is the temperature difference between the tropics and the Pole. And we are told in a warmer world this difference will get less—less storminess, less variability. But for some reason that isn’t considered catastrophic, so you’re told the opposite.’ In the 1990s the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)3 issued a report from which (it was claimed by Prof. Frederick Seitz, former President of America’s National Academy of Sciences in a letter to the Wall Street Journal), the IPCC had deleted at least 15 of the key sections of the science chapter,4 so that ‘this report is not the version that was approved by the contributing scientists listed on the title page’. The IPCC then included the names of these dissenting scientists in its list of 2,500 consenting scientists. Seitz is quoted as saying, ‘I have never witnessed a more disturbing corruption of the peer-review process than the event that led to this IPCC report.’ An Inconvenient Truth: An Inconvenient Truth by Al Gore complements the documentary of the same title by providing biographical anecdotes interspersed with information about global climate change. In the introduction, Gore lays the groundwork for the presentation that is the basis for the film, by summarizing his own involvement with environmental issues and describing how he came to create An Inconvenient Truth. He also sets out his goals, which include trying to improve the health of the environment; he hopes that in pursuit of this common goal, people can set aside their differences and come together. Gore begins with an explanation of the effects of greenhouse emissions on the temperature of the planet, which takes place over about twenty-five pages. Then, Gore writes about Roger Revelle, a professor at Harvard with whom Gore studied. The next topic Gore discusses is the danger of receding glaciers, and global locations where this is occurring, including Mount Kilimanjaro and Glacier National Park. Al Gore turns to personal stories as he relates how his son’s accident changed his focus
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