Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science multi-part question and ne

Learning Goal: I’m working on a environmental science multi-part question and need an explanation to help me learn.1.) Identify a common practice (personal, municipal, occupational, academic, etc) that is environmentally unfriendly. Discuss 3 ways to make it more friendly. Be sure to use logical, scientific approaches.2.) Helicopters got to Wilmington, North Carolina, after a day of isolation; Hurricane Florence made landfall there, and the city, with one foot in the Atlantic and the other in the Cape Fear River, soon became an island. Its main roads underwater, Wilmington went without help until boats and choppers reached it with medical supplies, water, and food. But it only took a day. According to the federal government, that’s actually pretty fast.Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001—or at least since Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005—the government has urged all of us, every individual, to be ready to go without help for at least three days in the wake of a disaster. You’re supposed to have kits in your cars and at home. And now with Florence a waning threat but with fires and storms an apparently permanent part of Earth’s changed climate (and earthquakes, volcanoes, and terror always possible), the rules seem to be shifting a bit again.The new message: Be ready for 14 days on your own. Two weeks.Using the new recommendations as your guideline, build a bug out bag or disaster kit. And answer some basic questions:What is essential (not just for you, essential for everyone)?What is the difference between a bug out bag and a disaster kit? What role does social vulnerability play? Government? NGOs?Do different crises demand different bags/kits?
Requirements: At least 300 words for each answer   |   .doc file

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