Please use the previous material you used for this paper. I have attached it for to help remind you.The paper is based on an environmental case American Lake Gardens/Mcchord Afb 555 BARNES BLVD. It is a closed case. The site involved was a dumping ground for the military. Describe the problem. Tell your reader why you have decided to address problem-solving at the local, state, regional, national or international level. Introduce the political institutions, organizations, and movements you will discuss. In the body of the paper, discuss the following: Who is affected by the environmental problem? How? What are the economic concerns considered in the process of deciding how to address the environmental problem? What kinds of conflicts are involved in interpreting and trying to solve the problem? What approaches have been proposed to solve the problem, if any? What approaches have been tried to solve the problem, if any? What has been accomplished by specific political institutions, organizations, and movements trying to solve the problem? Whose interests have been protected during the process of trying to solve the problem? Whose interests have not? If policies have been made to address the problem, your evaluation and explanation should be based in part on the policy process model. (See Kraft’s chapter 3.) Consider: Who has been involved in assessing risks associated with the environmental problem? Who is left out of the process? What are the economic concerns taken into consideration in deciding the risks, benefits, or efficiency of regulatory policies that might be used to solve the environmental problem? What are the economic concerns taken into consideration in deciding the risks, benefits or efficiency of distributive or re-distributive policies that might be used to solve the environmental problem? What kinds of conflicts have been involved in setting agendas? Regarding the process of agenda setting: Who is in favor of what? Who is opposed to what? What reasons are given to justify their positions? Which actors have had enough power to direct agenda setting? How do the parties influence public opinion during the process of agenda setting? What kinds of conflicts have been involved in formulating policies? Throughout the process of policy formulation: Who is in favor of what? Who opposes what? What reasons are given to justify their positions? Which actors have had enough power to direct policy formulation? How do the parties influence public opinion during the process of policy formulation? Who are the actors involved in implementing policy? How do the parties influence public opinion during policy implementation? Who are the actors involved in evaluating policy? How do the parties influence public opinion during policy evaluation? How have policies changed throughout the course of problem-solving? When policies have not helped to solve the problem, what has happened next? In your conclusion: Provide a brief summary of how the problem has been addressed. Tell your reader to what extent the problem has been solved and what more you believe must be done to solve it. Summarize how relations of power are influencing problem-solving in your case. Your reference list is a correctly-formatted list of the sources you cite in your paper

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Please use the previous material you used for this paper. I have attached it for to help remind you.The paper is based on an environmental case American Lake Gardens/Mcchord Afb 555 BARNES BLVD. It is a closed case. The site involved was a dumping ground for the military. Describe the problem. Tell your reader why you have decided to address problem-solving at the local, state, regional, national or international level. Introduce the political institutions, organizations, and movements you will discuss. In the body of the paper, discuss the following: Who is affected by the environmental problem? How? What are the economic concerns considered in the process of deciding how to address the environmental problem? What kinds of conflicts are involved in interpreting and trying to solve the problem? What approaches have been proposed to solve the problem, if any? What approaches have been tried to solve the problem, if any? What has been accomplished by specific political institutions, organizations, and movements trying to solve the problem? Whose interests have been protected during the process of trying to solve the problem? Whose interests have not? If policies have been made to address the problem, your evaluation and explanation should be based in part on the policy process model. (See Kraft’s chapter 3.) Consider: Who has been involved in assessing risks associated with the environmental problem? Who is left out of the process? What are the economic concerns taken into consideration in deciding the risks, benefits, or efficiency of regulatory policies that might be used to solve the environmental problem? What are the economic concerns taken into consideration in deciding the risks, benefits or efficiency of distributive or re-distributive policies that might be used to solve the environmental problem? What kinds of conflicts have been involved in setting agendas? Regarding the process of agenda setting: Who is in favor of what? Who is opposed to what? What reasons are given to justify their positions? Which actors have had enough power to direct agenda setting? How do the parties influence public opinion during the process of agenda setting? What kinds of conflicts have been involved in formulating policies? Throughout the process of policy formulation: Who is in favor of what? Who opposes what? What reasons are given to justify their positions? Which actors have had enough power to direct policy formulation? How do the parties influence public opinion during the process of policy formulation? Who are the actors involved in implementing policy? How do the parties influence public opinion during policy implementation? Who are the actors involved in evaluating policy? How do the parties influence public opinion during policy evaluation? How have policies changed throughout the course of problem-solving? When policies have not helped to solve the problem, what has happened next? In your conclusion: Provide a brief summary of how the problem has been addressed. Tell your reader to what extent the problem has been solved and what more you believe must be done to solve it. Summarize how relations of power are influencing problem-solving in your case. Your reference list is a correctly-formatted list of the sources you cite in your paper

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