Documentation:Open Case Studies/EOAS/Template
Title of Case Study
Framing the Problem
- Describe a (hypothetical or actual) problem or dilemma related to sustainability or environmental ethics, describe why it is a problem and why it is difficult to solve
- How the problem developed, similar or related historical problems
- Describe governmental jurisdiction over this issue and dilemmas for lawmakers, current laws/precedents related to the problem
- Describe economic issues related to the problem
- Describe social groups this problem impacts and who needs to be taken into account in its solution
- Case study references
- Additional resources
What would an Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Scientist do?
- Respond to these questions: How would a Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Scientist, approach the problem outlined in this case study?
- What elements of the case would they be most likely to focus on and why?
- What kinds of questions would they ask?
- What disciplinary approaches or methodologies might they use?
- In answering these questions, draw from existing literature from this discipline where possible, considering especially how similar problems have been approached.
- How might an instructor in Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Scientist incorporate this case study into their course readings, discussions, and assignments?
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Wikipedia. Environmental Ethics. Retrieved on April 16, 2016 from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_ethics
- ↑ Kastenholz B, Garfin DE, Horst J, Nagel KA. Plant Metal Chaperones: A Novel Perspective in Dementia Therapy. Amyloid. 2009;16(2):81–3. doi:10.1080/13506120902879392. PMID 20536399.