This has question has a discussion and two questions please refer textbook while answering it.
Chapter 17 introduced some challenges to policy making in developing countries. If you were an analyst working for the St. Petersburg Informational and Analytical Center, explain how you would use data available to you to prepare a report for the Governor for the State Program Combating Proliferation of Drugs. Briefly explain what you would include in your report to detail the problem, and what the forecast results would be for each of several responses to the problem. (You do not have to use actual data from a real model for this discussion.) The idea is to focus on how models can use real data to create forecasts.
To complete this assignment, you must do the following:
A) Create a new thread. As indicated above, assume you are an analyst working for the St. Petersburg Informational and Analytical Center. Explain how you would use data available to you to prepare a report for the Governor for the State Program Combating Proliferation of Drugs. Briefly explain what you would include in your report to detail the problem, and what the forecast results would be for each of several responses to the problem. (You do not have to use actual data from a real model for this discussion.) The idea is to focus on how models can use real data to create forecasts.
B) Select AT LEAST 3 other students’ threads and post substantive comments on those threads, evaluating the pros and cons of that students recommendations. Your comments should extend the conversation started with the thread.
ALL original posts and comments must be substantive. (I’m looking for about a paragraph – not just “I agree.”)
NOTE: These discussions should be informal discussions, NOT research papers. If you MUST directly quote a resource, then cite it properly. However, I would much rather simply read your words.
Chapter 18 covers European technology designed to make urban areas more energy-efficient. Summarize what the authors believe make these projects successful.
While chapter 18 focuses on projects, the authors also talk about policy struggles for the EU. Two examples are page 396, the paragraph beginning with Nevertheless, the eeMeasure methodology remains confined to a handful of projects , and the discussion at the top of pg. 400, including According to climate tracker all of the EU 27 countries have failed on their developments in climate and energy policies on the way to achieving their goals towards 2050.
Consider both the successes and limitations of these projects and the EU policies.
Choose one of the questions below and answer with your opinion. Create an argument to support your opinion with reasoning and evidence.
1) In your opinion, are the kinds of projects described in chapter 18 likely to help the European Union attain its energy policy goals?
2) Chapter 18 focuses on the European Union. Would the kinds of energy projects described in chapter 18 be successful where you live (or another part of the world you are familiar with)?
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