Why would it review your policy response?

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Government Actor Assignment
Look at the list of Departments, Agencies, and Committees in the attached file. Find one Congressional Committee AND one Department or Agency that might review/implement a policy response to your environmental problem. Give the following information about each one you identify.
Congressional Committee:
Give the name of the Committee
What is its subject jurisdiction (what things does it consider)?
List its members and where each represents.
Department or Agency:
Give name of the Agency or Department
What is the mission of the Department or Agency?
Why would it review your policy response?

Follow the instructions on the lab manual and answer the questions and the extra credit.

Starting on lab manual page 49-54, Lab #6. Follow the instructions on the lab manual and answer the questions and the extra credit. Please do include a introduction that states the “purpose, goal, and objective” of the lab. and a conclusion at the end of the lab report that summarys the lab. Greatly appreciated!

Please ignore the part that says “in groups 3-4” this is a single person assignment.

Instructions are on Lab Manual pdf file starting from page 43-48, Lab #5 Ecology. Please ignore the part that says “in groups 3-4” this is a single person assignment. Instead of the campus, we are changing to make the observations using the area around your home. You will need to take pictures of the plants, animals and insects around your living space and fill out the table (Please avoid showing location in the photos). Please answer the questions and extra credit, greatly appreciated. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Thank you

Please ignore the part that says “in groups 3-4” this is a single person assignment.

Instructions are on Lab Manual pdf file starting from page 43-48, Lab #5 Ecology. Please ignore the part that says “in groups 3-4” this is a single person assignment. Instead of the campus, we are changing to make the observations using the area around your home. You will need to take pictures of the plants, animals and insects around your living space and fill out the table (Please avoid showing location in the photos). Please answer the questions and extra credit, greatly appreciated. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Thank you

Do not use the space bar to indent the first line of a paragraph.

talk about specifically downstream of the oil & gas industry
use this as the main sources:
https://www.bp.com/en/global/corporate/news-and-insights/reimagining-energy/bp-downstream-business-refining-retail-in-ten-pictures.html
please include figures from the sources and discuss them
FORMATTING PAPERS The Chicago Manual of Style http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/home.html is mostly used as style and spelling guides. It is important that you format your paper as follows: • Use 12-point Times or Times Roman for all text (including subheadings, quotes, notes, and bibliography). Pages should be double-spaced with one-inch margins (including the notes and bibliography). Use endnotes and footnotes. Endnotes should be embedded, using Microsoft Word’s Notes feature. Quotes of five or more lines should be extracted and indented one-half inch from the left margin. Do not use the space bar to indent the first line of a paragraph. Use a tab, preferably, or Word’s indent feature. Do not insert a blank line between paragraphs. Do not use hyphens to break words at the ends of lines. Turn off the hyphenation feature of your software. Use italics for emphasis. Do not use underlining or bold. Text should be fully justified. Do not change font sizes or styles throughout the manuscript. Stick to a Times Roman font, even for subheadings. Prepare a table of contents: list all parts/sections; chapter numbers, titles, and subtitles; bibliography/references; and authors (if an edited collection). • Leave no comments, tracked changes, highlighting, or hidden text in the final version of the manuscript. CHAPTER TITLES AND SUBHEADINGS Chapter titles, subtitles, and subheadings should be brief but meaningful. Subheads should not be numbers only. Set each subheading on its own line. Do not start a chapter with a subhead, especially “introduction.” Subheadings are used to make your organization clear to readers; there should be no need for more than three levels of subheads, and you may not have that many, or any at all. Type subheadings as follows: First- or A-level subheads: center the text and type in upper- and lowercase: This Is How an A-level Subhead Should Appear in Your Manuscript Second- or B-level subheads: set the text flush left and type in upper- and lowercase: This Is How a B-level Subhead Should Appear in Your Manuscript Third- or C-level subheads: set the text flush left, italicized, and type in upper- and lowercase: This Is How a C-level Subhead Should Appear in Your Manuscript ARTWORK/IMAGES (very similar to tables) All artwork prints in black and white at 300 dpi (dots per inch). Your file must be of high enough quality to print at a legible size at 300 dpi. The maximum we can print an image is 4×7 inches. Where applicable (see separate permissions guide), you must have written consent to use the artwork. Do not incorporate artwork into your chapter files. Gather all of your figure numbers and captions and all source/credit lines in one file named “captions.doc.” They should not appear on the artwork. Double-number your artwork so the first number is the chapter number and the second number indicates the sequence (e.g., figure 5.1 is the first figure in chapter 5). Direct your readers to your artwork by referring to it in the text by number (e.g., “figure 5.1 shows . . .” or “see figure 5.1”). Place a callout for each piece of art near where you would like it to appear (e.g., INSERT FIGURE 5.1 HERE.). Artwork will be placed as near its callout as the text allows, but that is not determined until typesetting, so do not refer to artwork as being “above,” “below,” or on a specific page. If you would like your book to have a list of illustrations in the front matter, you must provide one in the manuscript.
Comments from Customer
Discipline: oil & gas industry
– What is Downstream Oil and Gas?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_e0US_VV2AI&t=5s 7’
Overview of refining process :

the second page talks about how covid 19 and the Russian and Ukrainian war affected the downstream

Compose an analytical essay about the environment, focused specifically on an analysis of some of its meanings and contexts.

Compose an analytical essay about the environment, focused specifically on an analysis of some of its meanings and contexts. This essay is expected to state as the thesis a central idea about the diversity and nuances of some meanings and contexts of the environment, followed by plausible reasons and interesting examples strengthened by the successful implementation of several Form techniques (Encircling, Quote Sandwiching), all supporting the central idea in a series of well-developed supporting paragraphs. The essay must be 1,000 words minimum in length, paragraphed, and MLA-formatted.
A title announcing the topic in some way is required. Your ideas for this essay may be inspired by the Week 8-9 anthology readings (Emerging), but those readings must not be used or cited as sources. Instead, in one (only one) of the supporting paragraphs, include a brief quote (no more than three (3) lines), found on brainyquote.com, that must contain the word environment. One quote is required; only one quote is permitted. (Use an ellipsis … or brackets [ ] in the quote as needed if you omit words from the original quote for economy and conciseness or add words of your own for clarity and context.) For this assignment, a Works Cited page listing the source is not permitted. Submitted documents that contain less than the required minimum of 1,000 words receive an instant and automatic 0pts. (Double-check your document’s word count before uploading the file to this online platform. When one checks the word count of a .doc or .docx document to be uploaded to Canvas, one opens that document and looks at the number of words listed on the lower left of the screen. The same number is also listed in the Review menu at the top after clicking on Word Count in that drop-down menu. Your submitted document must have a word count listed as “1000 words” or higher on the lower left of the screen, and in the Review menu under Word Count, the same number of words must be stated there as “Words 1000” or higher.) E
Four (4) points maximum are assigned based on successful implementation of thesis, support, MLA, and SWE, as defined in the Syllabus.
Additional information about more detailed expectations and requirements, necessary for the assignment’s completion, including the successful implementation of several Form techniques (Encircling, Quote Sandwiching) for support, must be reviewed in the weekly Canvas Announcements. A simplified checklist of the essay’s requirements will be included in the weekly Announcements.