Water Pollution and Preservation - Implications for the Future Term Paper by Spirittalk

The paper examines water contamination and shortages resulting from human actions and suggests a solution for the environmental problems caused.
# 146959 | 2,318 words | 11 sources | APA | 2011 | US


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Description:

The paper discusses the need for environmental action following water pollution and shortages caused by overconsumption and contamination. In this context, the writer also discusses the relationship between human psychology and the need for preservation. The paper proposes a solution and attempts to explain how society can overcome political, economic, and legal barriers to the proposed solution. The paper then discusses why the proposed solution would be acceptable to society and postulates the expected results following the implementation of the solution.

Table of Contents:
Relationship between Psychology and Preservation
Solution for Water Pollution
The Economic, Political and Legal Barriers that Present Implications for the Future of Clean Drinking Water
Proposed Outcome for Solution and Its Success
Conclusion
References

From the Paper:

"Humans become a factor in the water pollution problem by overconsumption and the improper disposal of waste. Of primary interest to environmental psychologists is the comprehension of the importance of the correlation between human behavior and the spatial and physical dimensions of the environment. The concept of spatial behavior relates to how individuals regulate and use their spatial environment at different personal, interpersonal, and group levels. Since its infancy, environmental psychology has focused upon the relationship between cognition and physical space. A core concept of environmental psychology is cognitive mapping."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Clayton, S. & Myers, G. (2009). Conservation psychology: Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. Environmental Law (1999) Great American Court Cases, Gale.
  • Environmental Psychology, (2004). In Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology. Retrieved from http://www.credoreference.com/entry/estappliedpsyc/
  • Harris, E. (2008). Disorder with Law: A Preliminary Study of Violence in Response to Water Rights Violation in Colonial New South Wales. Economic Papers, 27(2), 135-145. Retrieved From Ebscohost.
  • Liebe, U., Preisendorfer, P., & Meyerhoff J. (2011). To Pay or Not to Pay: Competing theories to explain individuals' willingness to pay for public environmental goods. Environment and Behavior, 43(1), 106-130. doi: 10.1177/0013916509346229
  • Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. (2010). The Multiple Barrier Approach to Public Health Protection: A Best Practices Guide. Retrieved from http://www.mass.gov/dep/about/index.htm

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APA Format

Water Pollution and Preservation - Implications for the Future (2011, January 31) Retrieved March 28, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/water-pollution-and-preservation-implications-for-the-future-146959/

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