Savannah River Contamination
You are writing a paper concerning water contamination in the Savannah River. Here is what has to be covered in the paper: Why do you care about this issue? (20%) Describe the issue, the reason(s) why it is important to address it. (-10% if you don’t use proper sources) Assess whether this issue has been solved or not. If yes, provide a detailed assessment of the policy. (15%) What institution did it solve it (e.g. EPA, United Nation, City of Atlanta)? (25%) How did they solve it? Describe the instrument(s), the timeline, the results of the policy. (-20% if you don’t use proper sources) (30%) Provide the estimated costs and benefits of the policy. (-20% if you don’t use proper sources) (10%) What’s next? Proposal for future policies. (-10% if you don’t use proper sources) If no, propose your own policy. (20%) What institution should be in charge? (30%) What instrument(s) should be implemented (market-based, command-and-control etc.), the timeline, expected results. (-25% if you don’t use proper sources to support your choice) (35%) Provide the estimated costs and benefits of your policy. (-30% if you don’t use proper sources to estimate costs and benefits) List of Sources The paper should be between 1500 and 2000 words and no more or no less. Additionally, there should be at least one peer-reviewed article used as a source. Other sources should consist of reports from well-recognized agencies (e.g. EPA, World Bank, UNDP, IPCC, UNEP, IMF, OECD, IEA) and articles from accredited sources.
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