Human Impact on the Environment

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1) How are Space and Place Defined and what is the Value in having a Sense of Place?

2) How has Glendale Community College(any college) become a “Place” in your personal experience (What kind of response or feelings does it evoke for you)?

3) The painters of the Hudson River School and the Transcendentalist Writers give life to the ideal of “Pristine Nature” in the U.S., But Nature has not always been revered in American history or across the world in different time periods. How do you think the view of Nature might differ for people of other culture groups (if you are an immigrant or child of immigrants does your family revere the outdoors and natural surroundings)?

4) What are the different levels of study/involvement when it comes to the environment?

5) Who should take an interest in the Environment and Our Impact with respect to it?

6) Which form of scientific experimentation is most valuable/useful in Environmental Studies?

7) Which Level of Involvement Interests You the Most when it comes to the Environment & Why?
(you can choose any combination of these or even all of these-don’t forget to explain why)

8) Why are each of these important Elements that make up the Impact Equation:  I= P x A x T (What impact do each of them carry)

9) After watching the Video, How do you think We Can Reduce Our Human Impact?

10) How are the maps included here meaningful in relation to the I-P*A*T equation?

11) What is the value in each of the different types of involvement in protecting the environment?

12) Please list & define the Three Important Types of Diversity discussed in the two Biodiversity Videos.

13) Please Describe why Biodiversity, Climate Change and Urbanization are considered to be Grand Challenges of Sustainability

14) Please Describe what you see in each of the 3 maps attached as files.

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For #1-#3 questions helpful links are:

Sense of Place: Technical
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2HzkA462YU
Sense of Place: Human
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gadT3BO4GJc
The Sense of Place Created by the Hudson River School
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=id6CbCjfD-4
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More questions:

15) What is the meaning of the term Anthropocene and what does it refer to?
16) Why is there argument among scientists about recognizing this as an epoch?
17) What is the Tragedy of the Commons and how does it relate to our use of resources?
18) When you were watching these short videos what connections could you make to real life situations you have encountered in a Work Setting, School Setting or in Your Family Life
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For #4-#7 questions helpful info and links are:

What is the Role of the Physical Sciences and the Social Sciences in the Environment

There is a wide array of people who take an interest in studying the Environment and how humans interact with our Earth System. They range from Concerned Citizens & Activists to Academics and Scientists. Even our littlest humans see and comment on our interactions with the Natural World (Think of Movies & Books Like Charlotte’s Web and The Lorax).

The Reality is that We Need All of these if we are to succeed in addressing these issues.

So, What is the difference between these different people and their approaches?

For Concerned Citizens-they look to be educated in ways that help them make the best choices as a consumer in a very complex marketplace.

For Activists-they learn about what needs to be done on an individual level, share what they have learned with others and get involved to make sure public policy aligns with these needs

For Academics (Environmental Studies Majors)-they utilize research and data from both the Social and the Physical Sciences to actively search for ways to move human behavior/activity forward with respect to what the Physical Scientists (Environmental Science Majors) know is happening and how those issues need to be addressed.

Our Course Falls in the Environmental Studies Arena of the Academic Track

There are two main ways that experiments may be designed in Environmental Studies:

Experimental/Theory Driven Science
Observational/Field Based Science

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nh3ByyM2rzE

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