Dear Zariad, Just sending a message to verify that you had the opportunity to read the entire response to question number (7) and that you saw the final response was (d) Both 1 and 3.
Hi Dr. Steve:
It's me again. I would like to know if you could help me out with the questions listed below. I would need them back by December 11, 2010. If so, let me know how much you would want.
1a. What is the basic definition of an EIS
1b. Define and describe the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and the EPA's role in the EPA process.
1c. Describe the steps taken to develop a final EIS
2a. Using the EPS's website or an internet search, find an EIS study that has been conducted in your city or state. List the EIS study here, including the title of the EIS and geographic location. (Dr. Steve, you would use New York City)
2b. Why was the EIS conducted?
2c. Summary of Issues (describe what the project described in the EIS was to accomplish and the specific environmental and/or human health concerns caused by this issue).
3a. Define Environmental Justice.
3b. Describe the steps built into the EIS process that helps to address issues of environmental justice, and include real-life examples from the EIS you researched in question 2 above.
4a. What are the pros of the EIS process?
4b. What are the cons of the EIS process?
5. Do you agree with this type of regulation? Why or why not?
Are you saying a total of 800 to 1200 words?