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***DO NOT WORRY ABOUT REFERENCING DISCUSSIONS OR THE CR I WILL ADD TO YOUR ANSWERS. ** THE AMOUNT OF WRITING IS UP TO YOU, ITS NOT A FIXED AMOUNT. BUT PLEASE BE DETAILED AS INSTRUCTED. PICK WHICH EVER 4 YOU FEEL YOU CAN WRITE THE MOST ABOUT. DIRECTIONS: Write on four of the following five topics. Each topic is worth 25 points. The emphasis is on clear, descriptive writing that allows a reader to understand the topic. Get right to the point; define important terms and concepts, explain them, and use examples from course materials (CRs and Canvas discussions). Exams assess how well you have learned course materials—so focus on information from course materials since Test Two. The expectation is that you will spend around three hours on the exam. Do your own work; you must work independently. The exam is due via Canvas Sunday, December 6th at 6:00p.m. 1. This topic is from the CR on Energy Policy. First, describe why energy was put on the federal government’s agenda. Second, briefly explain the natural resource/energy curse. Third, explain the politics of the war on coal. Fourth, briefly explain how American political culture promotes consumption of gasoline/energy. 2. This topic is from the CR on Food Policy. First, describe major environmental and public health issues related to the industrial food system. Second, describe the stealth strategies the environmental countermovement uses to limit regulation. Third, describe changes in the food policy issue network. Fourth, briefly describe examples of “food fights.” 3. This topic is from the CR on Food Policy. Describe issues related to the use of pesticides and herbicides, including a) the ways regulators determine whether they are safe; and b) the role of political litigation in supporting and opposing regulation. 4. This topic is from the CR on Urban Design. Describe the different public policy options for coastal cities to deal with climate change flooding/rising seas. 5. This topic is from the CR on Urban Design. First, describe American political culture in terms of thinking about the natural environment and built/urban environments. Second, describe how American government structure (e.g., federalism) affects making and implementing environmental policy. Third, describe problems related to a) heat islands; and b) the wildland-urban interface.