Hum Ecology & Environment week7 Environmental Migration Project
Purpose: The assignment will help assess learners’ understanding of environmental migration.
Guidelines: Select an event that occurred due to environment-triggered human migration in the past decade. Environmental triggers include natural disasters such as tsunamis, floods, famines, and pandemics or human-created emergencies such as wars, genocides, and religious persecutions. Research literature on it and answer the following prompts using the template. Must use at least 2-3 scholarly resources on the incident.
· Summarize the information in the reading. (One paragraph of 5-6 sentences)
· Identify whether the environmental migration is due to a natural disaster or human-made emergency, and if it is intranational or international. (1-2 sentences)
· In the example, which social factors intersected and impacted the environmental migration? (Two paragraphs, each 5-6 sentences)
· Discuss 2-3 physical and mental health impacts of environmental migration on people. Next, how do you view your role as a healthcare professional in advocating for people displaced by an environmental migration? (Two paragraphs of 5-6 sentences each)
Title your submission (template) as – Environmental Migration Assignment with your name; save it as a Word file and submit it in Canvas.
Format: Use the template provided. (You can also download it from the Faculty Added Content section of Unit 7)
***This assignment utilizes Turnitin. When you submit this assignment to the assignment drop box, it will automatically be submitted to Turnitin. You will receive an Originality Score along with an Originality Report that should be carefully reviewed. If revisions need to be made to your assignment, you will be able to submit your assignment up to five (5) times before the due date, and you will quickly receive updated Originality feedback. It is important to plan ahead so that you have enough time to review your Originality feedback and make any revisions to your assignment before the final