Introduction/Statement of the problem- Why is this topic a problem? What aspects

Introduction/Statement of the problem-
Why is this topic a problem? What aspects of the topic make it an environmental problem? (Include a Thesis Statement)
Background history/Origin of environmental issue-
How/When did the problem start? Where? What happened to make the topic an environmental problem? What was the event that made this a nationally/globally known problem?
Current solutions implemented-
What is being done? Is it enough? What more needs to be done? What are your solutions to the problem? What is being done by individuals, groups, and societies? What more needs to be done by individuals, groups, and societies? Compare and contrast idealistic versus realistic solutions to the problem.
Advantages to current solutions-
Why correct the problem? Why do what you say to do in your solutions? What are the immediate consequences and long-term consequences if no correction is made? What are the benefits to the individual and societies to correction?
Disadvantages of current solutions-
Why not leave the problem a problem? What are the consequences to other parts of the environment if the correction is made? (By correction, are we trading one problem for another?) What possible negative effects does correcting the problem have?
Future Solutions moving forward-
From what you have learned, what do you think can be done to solve this problem moving forward? Provide examples of is this is being done somewhere outside of the United States, or under a different country or city.

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