Ama stands for active management area.

AMA stands for Active Management Area.
Please work on the attached “Santa Cruz AMA” PPT, fill in the 5 slides (2-6) based on the subject line for each slide. Please do not add any additional slides. The PPT “Example for Santa Cruz Facts and Technology” shows you the example on how you should complete the “Santa Cruz Facts” and “Santa Cruz Infrastructure/ Technology” slides in the “Santa Cruz AMA” PPT. The 2 PDF attachments give you all the information that you need to complete those 2 slides, you can focus agriculture, industry, and municipal in the table of content.
Please make speaker notes for all 5 files. This link can help you understand what is Santa Cruz AMA, https://new.azwater.gov/ama/santa-cruz.

Then you must find 5 sources representing a pro, anti, and neutral stance on the topic.

This assignment asks the writer to find a topic relating to food controversy from a list of approved topics. Then you must find 5 sources representing a pro, anti, and neutral stance on the topic. Then cite sources, and conduct a MAPS analysis. I have attached documents outlining the assignment in its entirety. The document entitled MAPS Project 2020.pptx is where the assignment will be filled in using the prompt.

Describe why should pay attention to the essential ideas of william vogt.

Answer the following questions, based on the article, “Can Planet Earth feed 10 million People?”Links to an external site. by Charles C. Mann.
you may write the answer to each question under each separate question
1. Describe why we should be so grateful for Norman Borlaug.
2. Describe why should pay attention to the essential ideas of William Vogt.
3. How did Norman Borlaug and William Vogt have a different view on the impact of “affluence”?
4. How did the two men and their groups of followers view the impact of the Green Revolution on fighting world hunger?
5. Human population will increase by 25% by 2050 and yet farm output must increase by 50 to 100% by 2050. Why?
6. Why does the author state that the Haber-Bosch has been arguably the most consequential technology innovation of the 20th century? What is an unintended consequence of the application of this innovation?
7. Why are scientists trying to modify rice to make it a C4 plant?
8. What are some benefits of genetic engineering?
9. What are some things that will make it very hard for Vogtians to win against Borlaugian?

Write equal amount of paragraphs for each 3 questions.

I need to answer three questions as a part of a group project analysis. The parts I got vary from each reading to reading. There are THREE KEY READINGS assigned for my presentation. These are my main readings, where you should get all the critical anyalisis from. please see attachements. read instructions carefully. Let me know if you have questions. Write equal amount of paragraphs for each 3 questions.
MAIN KEY READINGS:
Sbicca, Joshua. 2012. “Growing food justice by planting an anti-oppression foundation: Opportunities and
obstacles for a budding social movement” Agriculture and Human Values 29: 455-466
Shillington, Laura J. 2013. “Right to food, right to the city: Household urban agriculture, and socionatural
metabolism in Managua, Nicaragua” Geoforum 44: 103-111.
Pettygrove, Margaret and Rina Ghose. 2017. “From “Rust Belt” to “Fresh Coast”: Remaking the city through
food justice and urban agriculture” Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108(2): 591-603.
Reading 1 – Sbicca, Joshua. 2012. “Growing food justice by planting an anti-oppression foundation: Opportunities and obstacles for a budding social movement” Agriculture and Human Values 29: 455-466
QUESTION: – identify key extracts and quotations from the readings. Write points about each quote. Give about at least 4 quotes and critical thinking explanation relating to the main themes of the reading.
Reading 2 – Shillington, Laura J. 2013. “Right to food, right to the city: Household urban agriculture, and socionatural metabolism in Managua, Nicaragua” Geoforum 44: 103-111.
QUESTION 2 : RELATE TO PREVIOUS COURSE READINGS
PREVIOUS COURSE READINGS:
1. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-ravines-are-a-toronto-treasure-but-everyone-needs-an-equal-chance-to/?fbclid=IwAR2pjxzr112r616hBc5Vpl5j9-7jtvNNeCxFasbHrgoIpwFIk8xdeJBxCfM
2. Anguelovski, Isabelle. 2013. “New directions in urban environmental justice: Rebuilding community,
addressing trauma, and remaking place”. Journal of Planning Education and Research 33(2): 160-175 (SEE ATTACHED FILES FOR THIS READING).
WRITE good key ciritical points about these readings and how they relate to the KEY readings assigned for my presentation.
Reading 3 – Pettygrove, Margaret and Rina Ghose. 2017. “From “Rust Belt” to “Fresh Coast”: Remaking the city through food justice and urban agriculture” Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108(2): 591-603.
QUESTION 3: provide a critical overview of the strengths and weaknesses of the reading

How are they similar and different in their tactical approaches, and how they are treated by the colonial powers they are fighting against?

Documentary and Biographical analysis–10%:
Students will watch the documentary Awake! A Dream from Standing Rock and put insights from that documentary into dialogue with similar insights from the book Crude: A Memoir, and analyze both via a decolonial context. The due date is . Note this assignment will require about 8 hours of work (watching documentary and taking notes, engaging readings, writing and editing).
For this assignment, you are to:
1) Read the graphic novel Crude: A Memoir, and watch the documentary Awake: A Dream from Standing Rock;
a) Please see the syllabus under required materials for links to both of these;
b) I am pasting that information here, too:
i) Pablo Fajardo, et al., Crude: A Memoir, Graphic Mundi, University Park, Pennsylvania, ISBN 978-0-271-08806-8
*note a hard copy and paperback copy are available for $19 at https://www.graphicmundi.org/books/978-0-271-08806-8.html
ii) Students will watch the documentary, “Awake! A Dream from Standing Rock” for the documentary assignment. Currently this is available for free via Vimeo membership at https://vimeo.com/213791250. It is also available to be requested from other libraries in the Cal State Uni system.
2) I strongly suggest taking good notes on both, but especially the documentary: summarize key scenes; key interlocutors from the film; various tension points between different actors; transcribe key dialogue; and pay attention to the narration of the movie, transcribing key parts of it, too. This will help you with the below, so you do not need to rewatch parts; it will also help you prepare key parts as you watch, for writing about in the assignment. Note to successfully answer the prompts, you will have to watch the whole movie, and read the whole memoir.
3) Students are to respond to the below prompts in separate sections, writing in Times New Roman 12 Font double spaced, to save and upload as a .docx (please note that other file types have a hard time opening on my computer). Note, too, that sources utilized should be noted as (name of source, page #) for a book; (name of documentary) for documentary source; (name of lecture) for name of lecture. Each answer should be between 1 and 2 pages long–please do not go over 2 pages for an answer. Note that each required source is 5 points, so you *must* use the required sources to earn full points.
a) Prompt 1: What differing worldviews about the natural world are present in both source materials (i.e. Crude, and Awake). Who holds these views, and why? Here you must use insights from at least two different course lectures (note: different lectures, so different subparts of one lecture, counts as just one lecture) to help analyze these views.
b) Prompt 2: How does colonialism manifest in each source (Crude, and Awake)? How does colonialism therefore shape how the dominant colonial power/s interact with the natural world in both sources? Here you must use at least 3 separate insights from the lecture on colonialism/globalization, and explain which type/s of colonialism you think are present in the source materials (note: if you feel multiple types are present, that is fine, just be clear on which ones):
i) https://www.historians.org/publications-and-directories/perspectives-on-history/october-2015/a-typology-of-colonialism
c) Prompt 3: How do the indigenous peoples, respectively from each source, and their allies, respond to the colonial powers? What tactics do they use? How are they similar and different in their tactical approaches, and how they are treated by the colonial powers they are fighting against? No readings or lectures are required for this answer, but you can use them as needed–most of your answer will come from the source materials (Crude, and Awake) themselves. Lastly, how did you feel, as you watched the movie and as you read the whole book, about how these peoples and their lands were treated, and why? Please write in the first person to answer the last part of this prompt.
http://awakethefilm.org/watch.php

Briefly describe the structure of a eukaryotic plasma membrane, identifying at least two component macromolecules and describing what their basic function is within the membrane.

Please complete # 1 or #5 and one of the other questions listed.
Your assignment should be submitted in a Word document (or similar program) and should be at least 3 pages in length, double-spaced with 1-inch margins, and written in Times New Roman size 12 font. You should provide a word count at the end of your written assignment. Cite any reference(s) you use in the preparation of your essay using proper APA format. Be sure to compose your work with your own words. Do not copy and paste from any source.
Use in-text citation and provide source references for at least 3 sources. Check all content for grammar, spelling and be sure that you have properly cited all resources (in APA format) used.

1. An adaptation or adaptive trait is a trait/characteristic that has evolved in a population of organisms which provides a functional advantage. Adaptations increase the biological fitness of a population. Fitness is defined as the ability to survive and pass genes on to subsequent generations.
For the purposes of this assignment, you are to choose an adaptive trait common to more than one species. For example, birds and bats both have wings, you may not use birds and bats wing.
Please include the following.
? Describe what makes this trait an adaptation.
? Briefly describe how the trait evolved, e.g., mutation, genetic drift, migration and/or natural selection. Be sure to support your answer with evidence.
? What is the difference between homologous and analogous traits? How does your trait of choice fit either of these descriptions?

2. The pH of a solution describes its acidity or alkalinity: Describe how pH and H3O+ concentration is related and explain why diluting an acid raises the pH, but diluting a base lowers the pH.

3. Briefly summarize the processes of mitosis and meiosis indicating where the similarities lie and in which aspects they differ. Don’t forget to mention the primary reason for each type of cell division by indicating the roles that mitosis and meiosis play in human reproduction and development.

4. Identify the different types of chromosomal abnormalities that can lead to disease (e.g., insertions) and describe a disorder associated with one of these aberrations.

5. Membranes are essential components of all cells.

Briefly describe the structure of a eukaryotic plasma membrane, identifying at least two component macromolecules and describing what their basic function is within the membrane. The plasma membrane protects the integrity of the interior of the cell by allowing certain substances in, while keeping other substances out. Summarize the manner in which small molecules are permitted to pass through the membrane ensuring you explain the difference between passive, facilitated, active, and coupled transport by comparing and contrasting them.
Finally, explain the difference between endocytosis and exocytosis and provide an example of a molecule (remembering to state its function) that is transferred using this method.

Your task is to review them, find related sources and study them, and finally to write a summary of the similarities and differences between the different taxonomies.

The next step will be to review the following document which contains an overview of the most important ESG / SDG taxonomies in the world currently. Your task is to review them, find related sources and study them, and finally to write a summary of the similarities and differences between the different taxonomies. Please ignore the NLP and technical parts of this document since we agreed to focus more on the non-technical parts.
-SDG Target 12.6.1
-UNCTAD-ISAR Global Core SDG Indicators
-UN Global Compact 10 Principles CoP
-European Union’s Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR)
-EU taxonomy (EUT)
-Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD)
-IFRS’s ISSB prototype sustainability disclosures
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Background and context of the project analyzed in the case study.

*Content:
This case study should enable you and your readers to get an in-depth understanding of how this environmental project was initiated, how it was carried out, the difficulties it met, and the results it delivered. Your case study will address at least the following aspects:1. The project’s initiation and funding source
2. The project’s organization and development phases
3. The project’s achievements so far and challenges
4. Based on your knowledge from the course, provide some ideas and recommendations to the ENGO to address its challenges and/or develop this project further.
Organization: Your case study should include the following sections and contents:- Header: Title of the case study, sub-title, date of submission.1. Executive summary: a one-paragraph summary of the key takeaway message from the case analysis, including your key recommendation.2. Background and context of the project analyzed in the case study. 3.Analysis of the case study. Organized in clear sub-sections.4. Conclusion: summarizes the main learnings from the case study and offers recommendations to the ENGO.
I choose the case project from IUCN, the URL: https://open.iucn.org/projects/P03025. Plastic Waste Free Islands. Please use all the information from online websites or academic papers about the Plastic Waste Free Islands.