Will MalsonGW Kritikal 1ACPage 1 of 6
One of the most unfortunate catastrophes of the late 20th and of the 21st century so far has been theremarkable rejection of scientific fact. The most notorious of these is the great fallacy of human-causedclimate change. It is to escape from this logical entrapment that we stand
Resolved: That the USFGshould significantly reform its environmental policy.
Observation 1: Resolution Analysis
The resolution regarding environmental policy must first be defined before we delve into the aspects of climate change. To define it, we present Observation 1: Resolution Analysis.First off, what is an environmental policy?
is defined as “The official rules or regulations concerning the environmentadopted, implemented, and enforced by some governmental agency.” This definition is from membersfrom the University of Minnesota, Vassar College, and St. Cloud State University in the Book “Environmental Science: A Global Concern.”
[William P. Cunningham (University of Minnesota), Mary Ann Cunningham (Vassar College), Barbara Woodworth Saigo (St. Cloud State University), The Text Book “Environmental Science: A Global Concern”, McRawHill (Online Learning Center) Glossary Page, Copyright 2003, http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0070294267/student_view0/glossary_e-l.html]
Secondly, why does the definition matter?To answer that, let’s substitute the word into the resolution.By substitution, we get:
Resolved: That the USFG should significantly reform its official rules orregulations concerning the environment (etc).