7 Enforcement see attached files Assignment Title (make it descriptive so the reader knows what they are reading)
EVSP411 Environmental Policy, Regulation, and law
University Plagiarism Policy: The University System supports and promotes academic honesty and personal integrity. Any form of academic dishonesty has no place in higher education. The University System does not tolerate dishonest efforts by its students. Students who are guilty of academic dishonesty can expect to be penalized. Any student who knowingly assists another student in dishonest behavior is equally responsible. An additional violation of the standards of academic honesty within a course may result in dismissal from the University System.
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Begin text under the title and go right into the paper. Indent paragraphs. Use section titles or numbers to differentiate between multiple questions; especially on the mid-term and final assessment. Review APA style on formatting first level headings (e.g., center bold, title case capitalization – this does not mean all caps), second level headings (e.g., flush left, bold, title case capitalization), etc.
There is no minimum or maximum writing requirement. Directions usually state “thoroughly explain or discuss”. This equates to roughly 1.5 – 2 pages per assignment. There is no penalty for writing more than 2 pages. However, assignments less than 1.5 pages tend to have points deducted for not being sufficiently detailed, though in part this depends on student writing style. Also, remember to cite in APA format within the text as well as the reference page that follows.
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Do not change this font. It is to be Times Roman Numeral 12 throughout the paper and including references. .
Start the reference list here on a separate page… use APA style
Devine, J. (2014, June 30). Testing the waters 2014: A guide to water quality at vacation beaches. New York, NY: Natural Resources Defense Council. Retrieved from https://www.nrdc.org/resources/testing-waters-2014-guide-water-quality-vacation-beaches
Fiorino, D. J. (2006). The new environmental regulation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Knotts, J. (1999, Winter). A brief history of drinking water regulations. On Tap: Drinking Water News For America’s Small Communities, 8(4), 1. Retrieved from http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/ndwc/pdf/OT/OTw99.pdf
National Pollution Prevention Roundtable. (2003, January). An ounce of pollution prevention is worth over 167 billion* pounds of cure: A decade of pollution prevention results 1990 – 2000. Washington, D.C.: Author.
Natural Resources Defense Council [NRDC]. (2016). Water: Water pollution. Retrieved from https://www.nrdc.org/issues/water-pollution#priority-what-you-do
Sullivan, T. F. P (Ed). (1995). Environmental law handbook. Rockville, MD: Government Institutions, Inc.
Surfrider Foundation. (n.d.). Blue Water Task Force. Retrieved from http://www.surfrider.org/blue-water-task-force%20
U.S. Department of Commerce. (1988, March). Year of the ocean: Discussion papers. Retrieved from https://www.epa.gov/nscep
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency [EPA]. (n.d.). Pollution prevention (P2). Retrieved from https://www.epa.gov/p2