some important economic and environmental problems facing China’s agricultural sector?

Whatever research orientation you adopt for your report, you must outline the issue under examination by providing its geopolitical context, causes, extent, and examples. You must use geographic concepts and techniques in your analysis of the issue. You will discuss how the issue is being addressed by the people/organizations in the region, and critically assess their reasonableness and effectiveness. You will state and support with argument your group consensus on how the issue ought to be dealt with.
Please describe the environmental and economical effects on the agriculture in the south of China or the southwest of China. Please pick up a city as an example, and please don’t forget the bibliography.

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some important economic and environmental problems facing China’s agricultural sector?

Whatever research orientation you adopt for your report, you must outline the issue under examination by providing its geopolitical context, causes, extent, and examples. You must use geographic concepts and techniques in your analysis of the issue. You will discuss how the issue is being addressed by the people/organizations in the region, and critically assess their reasonableness and effectiveness. You will state and support with argument your group consensus on how the issue ought to be dealt with.
(Please describe the environment and economical effects in the north of China or the northwest of China. And you can choose a city in the north of China to be an example).
Don’t forget the bibliography, please!

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Managing Urban Natures POLITICAL ECOLOGY FRAMEWORK (4 pages 1.5 spacing) examine Toronto Dorset Park’s proximity and connection to the Meadoway. To balance this, explore the need for assurance that the community can make use of the space but also without any interference with its role as a natural region and corridor within the urban environment. When a location is both a human meeting point and a natural one, needs must be balanced between various local forces, and the extent to which non-local people may interact and visit must be considered and weighed.

POLITICAL ECOLOGY FRAMEWORK For this section you should draw on the frameworks we explored in class to assist your analysis. You can refer directly to relevant scholarly sources in your discussion. For instance, are there (or have there been) development pressures on the site or limits to access? Who are the major actors in the conflict? Is it negatively affected by surrounding processes of urbanization, such as impacts on water quality, pollution from major transit routes, condo development urban detritus, over use or unsanctioned uses (such as sites for the homeless)? Does it contribute to or detract from issues of environmental justice – either by promoting environmental gentrification, or limiting access of underrepresented groups? Do conflicts arise in the management of competing uses and how are they resolved or do they remain unresolved? (e.g. Leslie Street Spit functions simultaneously as a dump site, recreational area and wildlife sanctuary). With the political ecology framework, you will be able to identify and discuss some of the competing uses of the site (and possibly how they are being managed or might be managed). The conclusions you arrive at in this section may or may not converge with those arrived at through an ecosystem services framework or an Indigenous framework.

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Labour Geographies Work Experience Essay 8 pages double space. Times. 12 point font. (Approximately 2,500 words). APA style referencing.

Essay guidelines This is a research essay. Your paper should incorporate at least 6-7 academic sources Paper may include subtitles if helpful to organize topic but should be in essay style. Bibliography should include only sources cited in text Essay should begin with statement of problem and outline of how the argument will be organized. Your introduction should include an explicit statement of your argument. Paper must focus on the relationship between labour and space Be sure to focus your analysis on one or two of the concepts that best fit with your work situation. The aim is to describe your experiences (in the first person) and the extent to which they correspond (or not!) to the concepts and theories we have been discussing. Your essay can be framed as a narrative, but be sure to make an argument about how academic concepts and theories help us to understand the nature of employment. You may also want to identify gaps or weaknesses in the ability of these theories to conceptualize aspects of your job. If you have not had a paid job, you could talk about an unpaid job you have done (i.e. housework or volunteer work). You should reference lecture material and course readings, as well as additional relevant readings. Be sure to mention spatial aspects of your employment experience, such as the location of work or the design or layout of your work station/office/factory. (You can also include a map of your workplace if you want).

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impacts of permafrost thaw for northern communities in Canada- estimates and challenges

This is a fourth year undergrad term paper OUTLINE. There is no strict word limit, but the more the better. There are two papers required to analysed in this final term paper.
first required paper: Reducing Individual Costs of Permafrost Thaw Damage in Canada’s Arctic
Second required paper:Reducing Individual Costs of Permafrost Thaw Damage in Canada’s Arctic.
Please let me know if you don’t have the access to these two papers, I can always copy them into a word documment and upload them to here. You also need to use at least two more other outside sources as reference. But mainly focus on these two.

In the attached documents, there are requirements for this term paper. The RED words are written by myself, these are the materials that I wish to cover in the intro part. For example, the first paper, illustrate the costs by protection stage, accomodation stage, etc. And the second paper, illustrate the costs by the category of the infrastructre and the country. In the disscussion part, you can also talk about the equity of first nation people as well as the adaptation. Please write them in the heading of intro. method. result. disscussion, conclusion. reference. For each paragraph, write into bullet points. Please note that I am an ESL student, so don’t use too complicated sentences. Thanks a lot.

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Managing Urban Natures *To address two hypothetical challenges to the Rail Deck Park project in a near future scenario. The Rail Deck Park was first proposed in 2016 and while plans were put on hold during the pandemic, there is now talk of reviving this plan. While the challenges described in this take home exam are hypothetical, they are based on real life pressures to other greenspaces in Toronto through its recent history. * Not expected to do additional research on the essays *Provide two essay responses (Q1, Q2) , each four pages in length, double spaced

Question 1: It is 2026, exactly 10 years after the initial City of Toronto 2016 proposal for creation of Rail Deck Park. It has been transformed into a vibrant ecological habitat, enhancing opportunities for a wide range of diverse communities, including active and passive recreation, sites of active cultivation to enhance food sovereignty and terrain vague exemplifying diverse protected natural habitat. Contra international examples such as the Highline in New York City, the Rail Deck Park has become a true urban and decolonial commons merging principles of ecological and social justice and Indigenous relationships to the land. As a city planner who has been involved in the project over the past decade you have drawn on several lessons learned from examples of other communities involved in planning green spaces and developing strong governance structures to prevent green gentrification, and disaster capital type projects, and to enhance community participation and control. Drawing explicitly on examples from your readings from the course as well as course lectures and video material — what were the underlying principles that you promoted to contributed to this success? What measures did you take to ensure this is a park for “all of Toronto.” What did you avoid? Question 2: It is 2036. As it emerges from the second pandemic of 2033-35, the City of Toronto is facing budgetary constraints because of lost revenues due to declines in property tax. The now hugely successful BMO field which hosts world renowned football (soccer) matches is proposing to offer the city much needed revenue with the purchase and privatization of part of the Rail Deck Park because in it’s current location BMO can no longer keep up with demands from fans. It plans to triple the size of its bleachers around a relocated field. The proposal new field will take over 5 acres of the Rail Deck Park and the tax revenues for the city (both from the venue itself and the heightened tourist related commercial activity in the surrounding neighbourhoods) will be substantial. As a community planner you have been hired by a coalition of residents to develop an argument to oppose this purchase. The coalition includes several condo associations whose buildings immediately surround the park and a local community organization representing St. Lawrence Neighbourhood, which is only 7 minutes away by bicycle. You are being asked to develop a counter argument based on the existing ecosystem services that the Rail Deck provides in its current state (2035) — to show the range of services provided and the hidden costs of the planned privatization of the park that would incur with the loss of these services (as well as possible negative implications of the proposed purchase). For this exercise you are not expected to provide a dollar value of costs but rather the range of ways you would monetize ecosystem services provided by the Rail Deck Park. Be as specific and expansive as possible.

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work experience (course name: labour geographies) This is a research essay. Your paper should incorporate at least 6-7 academic sources 8 pages double space. Times. 12 point font. (Approximately 2,500 words). APA style referencing. You may also include internet and non-academic sources (i.e. newspaper, union, labour or company websites). Paper may include subtitles if helpful to organize topic but should be in essay style. Bibliography should include only sources cited in text Essay should begin with statement of problem and outline of how the argument will be organized. Your introduction should include an explicit statement of your argument. Paper must focus on the relationship between labour and space

For this paper, you are to write a short essay about a job that you have done in the past. You are to interpret your experience in light of concepts we have been discussing in the course such as Taylorism and scientific management, soldiering, time-motion studies, digital Taylorism, Fordism, lean production, immaterial labour, aesthetic labour, emotional labour, affective labour, workplace organizing, the rise of a flexible labour force (and functional, numerical and financial flexibility), workfare or unemployment, workplace performances, precarious work, free labour, the feminization of work, the order of service, forms of workplace resistance or alternative workplaces. Be sure to focus your analysis on one or two of the concepts that best fit with your work situation. The aim is to describe your experiences (in the first person) and the extent to which they correspond (or not!) to the concepts and theories we have been discussing. Your essay can be framed as a narrative, but be sure to make an argument about how academic concepts and theories help us to understand the nature of employment. You may also want to identify gaps or weaknesses in the ability of these theories to conceptualize aspects of your job. If you have not had a paid job, you could talk about an unpaid job you have done (i.e. housework or volunteer work). You should reference lecture material and course readings, as well as additional relevant readings. Be sure to mention spatial aspects of your employment experience, such as the location of work or the design or layout of your work station/office/factory. (You can also include a map of your workplace if you want). Service job -themes include performance, interactive service work, emotional /aesthetic/ affective labour -Taylorism and the order of service, standardizing your appearance to conform with image of store/restaurant -employee involvement -gendering of the job -alienation from emotions -bodily performances -part-time and flexible labour, risk and precarity -organizing/unionizing service work -resistance: small tactics such as hiding out, subverting managerial prescriptions -surveillance and control -temp work -interpellation: how were called to this job based on social characteristics of gender/race/ethnicity/class- dual interpellation. Could also relate to theories of the labour market and labour market segmentation Space -no matter what sector you choose, be sure to explore spatial themes, can include a map to help explain this -architecture and interior design and link to work, control, resistance, pace of work, freedom, creativity -theme of body and space: how placed your body/ control over comportment and motility, body size and shape, movement -macro-location: how does this work site relate to others in firm? Where does control lie? Geography of head office? Monitoring? -travel and mobility? -geography of control: invisible? electronic? visible? andons? secret shoppers? -time-space patterns in the labour market: how far was your job from home- how was that linked to pay, hours etc -gendering of space: what do men do? Women? Where do they work in the plant/office/store? -homeworking- blurring lines home and work lives -temp work: what is it like to work in someone else’s workplace? moving to a different workplace every day? Is there a distinct workplace or it more diffuse and what are implications? -geography of organizing: workplace vs. other models- importance organizing globally vs locally, at level of community

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the following question(s) on specie distribution through mountains as barriers

Referring to barriers as mountains and specie distribution in the US Rocky Mountains, answer the following.

Review our discussion of barriers, islands, and corridors as paradigms for understanding how mountains affect the distribution of species.
Refer to barriers as mountains and describe and explain it in your own words, based on actual species.
What species might the concept apply to?
What species does it not apply to?
What processes might underlie [in other words, either constrain or allow for] the distribution of species or their ‘mobility’ (i.e., movement, dispersal, etc.)?

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There are a number of ways to approach these open-ended posts: consider the reading in relation to its historical Essay

There are a number of ways to approach these open-ended posts: consider the reading in relation to its historical or theoretical context; write about an aspect of the day’s reading that you don’t understand, or something that jars you; formulate an insightful question or two about the reading and then attempt to answer your own question. In addition, you will be asked to respond to another student’s post, building upon it, disagreeing with it, or re-thinking it.

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personal fitness unit 3 Critical Thinking Questions

Based on what you have learned in this unit, what type of muscle contraction do you think you experience most frequently throughout your day? How about when you work out? Define the type of muscle contraction that you experience most throughout your day and the one that you experience most when working out. Give examples to support your answer.

In the unit, we learned that testosterone and endorphins are hormones that are activated through working out. Based on the ways that these hormones can impact your mood and emotions, describe how a person who works out regularly may differ from a person who never works out. Focus on non-physical attributes. What type of person might produce too much of these hormones and what could result from that? Be sure to explain the benefits each hormone provides.

Some might argue that cardiovascular exercise is more important than strength or muscle training. Do you agree or disagree with this line of thinking? Please explain your answer. Based on what you learned in the unit, why is muscle fitness important?

The unit informed us that exercise can have a variety of positive short-term and long-term effects on your body. What are some other things that may have positive short-term and long-term effects on your body and health? Negative ones? Please describe some of these effects that certain lifestyle choices or activities may have.

People with certain conditions such as diabetes, asthma, arthritis, or high-blood pressure need to take extra precautions when exercising. Please describe some specific ways that people with each of these conditions may need to alter their exercise routine in order to remain healthy and safe.

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