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Post a ~400 word case analysis that includes the following sections: Case Summary (75-100 words), Issues, Alternatives, and Actions (200-250 words), and Personal Takeaways (75-100 words). The issues and actions should come from your analysis and understanding of the facts in the case: What is the problem faced by the manager? What are the possible solutions? Which solution is the best – what should be done – and why? The personal takeaways section could include your reactions to the industry analysis, personal insights, etc. These blogposts are due before the case is discussed in class. These blogposts will be graded based on the following criteria: 30% for writing and grammar, 60% for learning demonstrated and potency of the solutions offered, and 10% for originality of thinking


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After the former U.S. Vice President Al Gore received the Nobel Prize for his work and efforts to raise awareness about global warming, he was asked to prepare a white paper on the subject. To enhance his credibility, he plans to present points and counterpoints to the subject.
For the subject of Global Warming: Fact or Fiction listed below, do the following:
Step I
Create an outline that has at least 3 levels to it.
For example, this is part of an outline for a paper whose subject is “Is the Economic Stimulus passed in January 2009, working?”
I.Background of the economic stimulus
A.Impetus for the bill
1.Arguments for the bill
2.Argument against the bill
Step II
Write a 750–1000-word paper that must follow and only follow the outline created in step I.
•The topic for this outline and paper is Global Warming: Fact or Fiction.
•The audience or readership of this paper is members of the U.S. Congress. 98% of the 535 representatives and senators are degreed lawyers.
•The purpose of the report is to convince members of Congress that there are 2 opposing viewpoints about the impacts of global warming and to explain these viewpoints.