(solution) Working with your textbook, find one distinct argument that the

(solution) Working with your textbook, find one distinct argument that the

  • Working with your textbook, find one distinct argument that the author makes with which you agree and one distinct argument that the author makes with which you disagree, question, or want to know more about.
  • Your goal in this project is to write a point/counterpoint paper by researching beyond the information that the author provides in the text to further support or refute claims and to provide additional insights about ecology, sustainability science, related problems, or solutions.
  • Make sure to research and use the textbook and at least 3-5 verifiable, academic sources to support all of your claims in this 2-3-page
  • At the end of the paper, you must come to an argumentative conclusion based on your findings. In other words, based on what you?ve found across different research sources, what should your reader believe regarding the two arguments you explored? What should s/he do next?