Newspapers, News Websites, and Magazines are a Rich Source of Information about Current Environmental: Geography Assignment, UoA, NZ
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DETAIL OF ASSIGNMENT:
Newspapers, news websites, and magazines are a rich source of information about current environmental issues. They frequently provide valuable insights into how such issues are being understood and addressed in wider social and political contexts.
Choose an environmental issue from the list below. You then need to search current and recent news sources (newspapers, news websites, magazines, and webzines, etc.) to analyze how that issue is reported in the media.
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Analyze the coverage that your environmental issue has received in the news. DO NOT simply summarize the articles. You should introduce the issue at hand, explain its history, the broader context to the issue and its wider significance. Indicate the key matters that are under debate in relation to that issue and who is involved, their environmental perspectives, and give an assessment of their role. Develop your own opinion as to how the environmental issue has developed over time, why it is of concern, and what could/should be done in future. Back up your opinions and arguments with evidence drawn from wider literature (i.e. academic articles and sources beyond media articles).
To present an assessment of a current environmental issue within its social and political context. To reveal an insightful understanding of the key actors involved and their environmental standpoints To offer a critical review of the particular environmental issue, how it has developed over time, and develop suggestions for future action.
Please choose ONE from the following list of environmental issues
1) Off-shore oil and gas exploration
2) Agriculture / Freshwater pollution
3) Urban growth/housing supply/planning
4) Biodiversity / invasive species
5) Waste management/recycling
6) Climate change impacts and adaptation
8) Natural hazards
7) Carbon Zero NZ
8) Plastic pollution
9) Environmental impacts of meat consumption