I need information for brief notes for Slides that I have already completed on an environment problem i.e. smoking. I included the assingment below which has the topics I need information.
Select an environmental problem: SMOKING
Prepare 10- to 12-Microsoft® PowerPoint® slides in which you assess the economic, political, and legal implications of your selected environmental problem.
o Explain the relationship between psychology and the preservation of the environment.
o Create a solution for your selected problem.
o Discuss at least one economic, political, and legal barrier that exists for your solution and how these barriers can be overcome.
Include the proposed outcome and justify why you believe your solution to the identified problem will be successful, based upon scholarly research
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My understanding is that you need more information to add to your notes for the three areas. Let's take a closer look. I attached two resources for convenience, from which this is drawn.
1. Explain the relationship between psychology and the preservation of the environment.
See http://www.users.muohio.edu/shermarc/p412/values97.shtml, also attached for convenience.
2. Create a solution for your selected problem.
The above link and attached resource has many examples of applying solutions to real life examples, for you to consider, discusses below as a smoking campaign in #3, one solution to consider.
Are you including only smoking cigarettes or green house admission as well. This soltuion suggests a campaign for smoking cigarettes, but the resource Smoking.docx includes green house emissions as well.
3. Discuss at least one economic, political, and legal barrier that exists for your solution and how these barriers can be overcome.
This depends on you chosen solution. For example, you might argue from a homocentric ethics using a legal ...
Assists in locating information for notes for Slides related to the topic of an environment problem i.e. smoking, some of which is attached. References is provided.