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Chapter 3: Money and Machines Article: "The Environmental Injustice of 'Clean Coal': Expanding the National Conversation on Carbon Capture and Storage Technology

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Chapter 3: Money and Machines Article: "The Environmental Injustice of 'Clean Coal': Expanding the National Conversation on Carbon Capture and Storage Technology to Include an Analysis of Potential Environmental Justice Impacts by Tyree and Greenleaf (available in Doc Sharing) Homework Please review the announcement (posted on the course home page) about the Week 3 assignments for the grading rubrics that will be used to evaluate your submissions. Article Summary: After reading the article "The Environmental Injustice of 'Clean Coal': Expanding the National Conversation on Carbon Capture and Storage Technology to Include an Analysis of Potential Environmental Justice Impacts," located in Doc Sharing, write a paper summarizing, agreeing, disagreeing, responding to, or reflecting your personal thoughts and observations about the article. The paper must be double spaced, minimum two-pages in length, and in APA format. Do not cite outside sources for article summaries, as your paper should focus on evaluating the article. Activity - Applying Theories: Apply the theory of the interlocking treadmills of production and consumption to schoolwork and the pressure to get a degree, and then an advanced degree, and so on. For example, consider the rising levels of qualifications required to gain a good-paying job and the rising levels of consumption expectations that define what a "good-paying job" is and submit a paper. The paper must be double spaced, minimum two-pages in length, and in APA format, with citation of the course reading in the body of your essay and in the reference list. Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver ta

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Chapter 3: Money and Machines Article: "The Environmental Injustice of 'Clean Coal': Expanding the National Conversation on Carbon Capture and Storage Technology to Include an Analysis of Potential Environmental Justice Impacts by Tyree and Greenleaf (available in Doc Sharing) Homework Please review the announcement (posted on the course home page) about the Week 3 assignments for the grading rubrics that will be used to evaluate your submissions. Article Summary: After reading the article "The Environmental Injustice of 'Clean Coal': Expanding the National Conversation on Carbon Capture and Storage Technology to Include an Analysis of Potential Environmental Justice Impacts," located in Doc Sharing, write a paper summarizing, agreeing, disagreeing, responding to, or reflecting your personal thoughts and observations about the article. The paper must be double spaced, minimum two-pages in length, and in APA format. Do not cite outside sources for article summaries, as your paper should focus on evaluating the article. Activity - Applying Theories: Apply the theory of the interlocking treadmills of production and consumption to schoolwork and the pressure to get a degree, and then an advanced degree, and so on. For example, consider the rising levels of qualifications required to gain a good-paying job and the rising levels of consumption expectations that define what a "good-paying job" is and submit a paper. The paper must be double spaced, minimum two-pages in length, and in APA format, with citation of the course reading in the body of your essay and in the reference list. Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver tab at the top of this page. Submit your assignment to the Dropbox located on the silver ta

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