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Presentation on Threats to the Global Environment
Overview
Congratulations! The members of the United Nations found great value in the two analyses you provided. They are now asking you to develop a PowerPoint presentation that addresses four of the most critical threats to the global environment. Critical threats include:
Energy sources.
Globalization.
Lack of educational opportunities.
Inappropriate use of technology.
Civil war.
Poor health of entire population.
Cultural taboos.
Climate change.
Instructions
Step I. Narrow the List from Eight to the Four Most Critical Threats
To complete this step, complete the following tasks in order:
Review research on each of the eight threats.
Determine what you believe to be the current and potential future impacts of each threat on the global environment.
Choose the four threats that you see as the most critical by considering which pose the greatest or most immediate risk.
Step II. Create the PowerPoint Presentation
The completed version of this presentation will include a minimum of 16 slides. Your audience consists of the United Nations General Assembly.
PPT Content and Structure
Title Slide: Include your name, course title, current date, and the name of your instructor.
Introduction Slide: List the four threats you chose, and in the Notes section offer a brief narrative justifying these choices
Body Slides: The slide content is listed in the outline below. For each body slide you develop, please include a paragraph in the Notes section explaining how the details you have provided in the slide are pertinent to the United Nations’ discussion on selecting and prioritizing goals.
For your first threat (this is the threat you consider to be the greatest risk/highest priority):
One slide on a brief history and assessment of the threat.
One slide on the countries most affected by the threat, and how those countries are affected (please give examples).
One slide on the effects of this threat on the world population as a whole.
One slide including a chart, graph, or compelling visual that relates to the content you present in body slides a–c.
For your second threat (this is the threat you consider to be the second greatest risk/second highest priority):
One slide on a brief history and assessment of the threat.
One slide on the countries most affected by the threat, and how those countries are affected (please give examples).
One slide on the effects of this threat on the world population as a whole.
One slide including a chart, graph, or compelling visual that relates to the content you present in body slides a–c.
For your third threat (this is the threat you consider to be the third greatest threat/highest priority):
One slide on a brief history and assessment of the threat.
One slide on the countries most affected by the threat, and how those countries are affected (please give examples).
One slide on the effects of this threat on the world population as a whole.
One slide including a chart, graph, or compelling visual that relates to the content you present in body slides a–c.
For your fourth threat (this is the threat you consider to be the fourth greatest threat/highest priority):
One slide on a brief history and assessment of the threat.
One slide on the countries most affected by the threat, and how those countries are affected (please give examples).
One slide on the effects of this threat on the world population as a whole.
One slide including a chart, graph, or compelling visual that relates to the content you present in body slides a–c.
Conclusion Slide: Summarize your findings for the Assembly.
(Optional) Reference Slide: You can include full-text citations in the Notes section of each slide or provide a reference slide at the end of the presentation with the full citations of your sources.
Note:
Please discuss the threats in order of priority as described above, so the threat you consider the greatest should be discussed first in the presentation and so on.
Please use at least five credible sources to back up your discussion.
The body slides should summarize your key takeaways, whereas the notes section of each body slide should discuss the evidence and the details that support your takeaways. The content in both the notes and body sections requires citations and sources.
This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
Success Tip
For more information and help in creating a PowerPoint, review the content found in the LinkedIn Learning course, PowerPoint 2019 Essential Training: The Basics. 
The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is as follows:
Assess the current threats to the global environment.

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