The writer of this critical essay should be written preferably by an expert with experience in Environmental Issues, Forestry, Agricultural and Agroforestry-related career. The writer is expected to critically review relevant source materials including those provided by the essay owner and supplemented through your own literature searches so as to make the work output comprehensive and rich in content. Picking from one of the four (4) essay titles below, a comprehensive and critically evaluated essay of maximum of 3000 words should be written 1. Compare and contrast the roles that trees play in providing ecosystem services for human well-being in temperate and tropical regions. Use relevant case studies to illustrate your points. 2. Critically evaluate the contribution that home gardens make to food security in rural households using the available evidence in the scientific literature. 3. Should farmers be subsidised (or offered similar incentives) to adopt agroforestry practices on their farms? Critically discuss whether people should be incentivised to practice agroforestry, using examples to back up your points. 4. Critically evaluate the role of trees in mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from silvopastoral systems. Use examples to back up your points. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Before submitting your bid, please carefully read through the attached file to understand what exactly is required for this Project. Within your bid, state which of the 4 topics are you interested in writing about, and how you are going to approach it.
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I am requiring someone to write a report on a topic involving environmental management, the report is to be 3000 words +/- 10%, the subject of the report is flexible as long as it meets certain criteria. Below i have outlined some of the things to be taken into consideration with the report What is the problem (i.e. interaction between habitat and users)? What specific issues can I identify (e.g. invasive species, water quality)? Who are affected by the problem (stakeholders)? Who are (or appear to be) seeking solutions to the problem (governance)? What environmental values are in play (drivers of stakeholder behaviour)? What is the ecological context (biophysical environment)? What is the socio-economic context (lifestyle and livelihood)? What are the current management responses (instruments) in place? How are they being implemented (governance framework)? Who is responsible for its implementation (governance framework)? What management methods (‘working with nature?’) are being used? Has the implementation been effective (‘doing the right thing?’)? What indicators have been or can be used to measure effectiveness? What are the current and potential sources of management failure? Was there a case of either policy or implementation failure? What lessons can I learn from any similar case examples elsewhere? Can some of these lessons be applied to my management problem? How can I improve the current management (‘leverage points’)? How will I make the management more integrative and adaptive (‘systemic thinking’)? What will my proposed management cycle look like? What are the consequences of not following up my management prescriptions with effective communication and stakeholder engagement strategies? What will be the communication and stakeholder engagement strategy for my management prescriptions? Who will be my management partners? How would I raise support and funding (including in-kind contributions)?
Using data gathered from the field, ecological relationships — such as the relation of sunlight and water availability to photosynthetic rate, or that between predator and prey populations — I can build ecosystem models in order to make predictions about the dynamics of the real system. Also, with ecological model we can simulate large-scale experiments that would be too costly or unethical to perform on a real [url removed, login to view] simulate large-scale experiments that would be too costly or unethical to perform on a real ecosystem.