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population growth

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Department
School of Environment
Course Code
ENV222H1
Professor
Mairi Mac Donald

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Prof. MacDonald
ENV222H1
POPULATION GROWTH
Assignment
pay attention to analysis to get a good mark. 300 words does not include references (course
readers and maybe others). We are asking you to develop an argument on one side or the other.
they are interconnected - note those connections but take a side.
written in formal academic language: adopt a tone of neutrality. Avoid rhetorical, colloquial
wow its so amazing”. Make your argument by way of evidence not emotion
references in any style
subscription of space: a skill we need to learn - how to write concisely. Forces us to really think
through what the most important part of it is
let the paper run its course, let it sync in for 24hrs and then come back to edit
footnotes, etc. any style
Population growth: why is this happening?
We are expanding the impact formula
we are talking about causes of the ecological crisis as a whole
if we were to take out any 1 impact we would reach consensus much easily
global warming/climate change: we are doing this overarching picture so topics explored in this
course are not the most important
people agree that whatever list you have is an interconnected mix: a # of factors and
interconnections between them
focus of the course is what those interconnections are
even to list some of these causes gets difficult b/c these variables function as both causes and
solutions
where is the tipping point between one being a cause vs being a solution
J-curve: systems havent had time to adjust to this change
2nd major implication: pop. growth is expected to occur in the developing part of the world vs
the developed: the OACD natures have stabilization or decline
pop growth is a significant path all by itself
even if no growth in economies was constant we would have a doubling of ecological
impact w/ doubling of population growth
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Tuesday, January 25, 2011 Prof. MacDonald ENV222H1 POPULATION GROWTH Assignment pay attention to analysis to get a good mark. 300 words does not include references (course readers and maybe others). We are asking you to develop an argument on one side or the other. they are interconnected - note those connections but take a side. written in formal academic language: adopt a tone of neutrality. Avoid rhetorical, colloquial wow its so amazing. Make your argument by way of evidence not emotion references in any style subscription of space: a skill we need to learn - how to write concisely. Forces us to really think through what the most important part of it is let the paper run its course, let it sync in for 24hrs and then come back to edit footnotes, etc. any style Population growth: why is this happening? We are expanding the i
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