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Topic: Environmental Injustice and Globalization: Development of Biofuels
Environmental Injustice and Globalization
This activity will enable you to:
Analyze significant economic questions according to the standards of the discipline in at least three broad subfields of economics, such as applied microeconomics, global and macroeconomics, econometrics and finance. (Economics Major Outcome #3)
Analyze international and global issues and problems and articulate how politics, cultural differences, economics, and religions may shape various perspectives and proposed solutions to these problems. (General Education Outcome # 5.3)
Identify social arrangements interpreted as unjust and articulate the implications for social policy and action. (Sociology Major Outcome #4)
Understand the process of globalization and its consequences for societies, cultures, groups, and individuals
Provide a variety of perspectives on the different dimensions and complexity of globalization
Read the following from Lechner and Boli (Eds.), (2015). The Globalization Reader (5th ed.):
Introduction to Part XII: Alternative Globalization and the Global Justice Movement
Chapter 76: A Better World is Possible!
View the following video:
Moyers and Company: The Problem with Genetically Modified Seeds. [Video file][26 min 00 sec] Films Media Group, 2012. Films on Demand
Answer the following question:
What is the price that developing countries pay for the development of biofuels? Who benefits from this?
ENVIRONMENTAL INJUSTICE AND GLOBALIZATION Name: Institutional Affiliation: Environmental Injustice and Globalization ThePrice That Developing Countries Pay For the Development of Biofuels Several governments are supporting biofuels for a variety of reasons that include the reduction of greenhouse gasses (GHG) emissions and the secur