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Write a weekly memo (‘Example Weekly Memo’ file is attached. It includes directions and a sample)

The sources needed will either be attached to this order or the link will be included below the name. If those links don’t work, they are also available as hyperlinks in the syllabus (attached)

There is no length requirement, but you should make it clear that you have read and thought about the texts

To count as a weekly memo, your writing must:

  • Reference all assigned readings/films for both Monday and Wednesday lectures
  • Summarize important concepts from the readings/films
  • Use evidence from the readings/films and includes specific citations (ex. page numbers)
  • Include original analysis and personal reflection

Optional: you may include questions about the readings/films, content from lectures,
content from materials outside of class (ex. news articles), or criticisms of the readings/films

Nov 8: Climate Policies – What Works, What Doesn’t?

  • Read: Elizabeth Kolbert, “Can Carbon Dioxide Removal Save the World?”: https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/11/20/can-carbon-dioxide-removal-save-the-world
  • Read: Kevin Anderson and Glen Peters, “The Trouble with Negative Emissions”: http://smartstones.nl/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/Kevin-Anderson-2016.10.13-the-Trouble-with-Negative-Emissions-Science-2016.pdf

Nov 10: “Climigration” and Conflict

  • Read: John Podesta and Peter Ogden, “The Security Implications of Climate Change”: (attached)
  • Read: Jonathan Blitzer, “How Climate Change is Fueling the U.S. Border Crisis”: https://www.newyorker.com/news/dispatch/how-climate-change-is-fuelling-the-us-border-crisis
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