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Individual Group Projects
Individual Project Presentation of Research
Guidelines and Requirements
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General Information
The PowerPoint must follow the guidelines of designing a printed message based upon from section 6 of the text.
You must 1 multimedia slide related to your goal, problem, or solution (short movie clip) in your presentation in addition to the following slides. The clip may be inserted where appropriate in your presentation.
The PowerPoint must have your script in the notes section of the slides; i.e., the complete text of what you would say if presenting the PowerPoint live.
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Grading and submission
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Upload your presentation along with your research paper and completed research paper ru
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And here is the grading criteria.
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Title Slide
Your name
STEM 110T
Date submitted
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UN Sustainable Development Goal
The development goal you are addressing
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Summary of Importance
Summarizes key target areas of the goal a statement of importance as it relates to your country
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Country and Characteristics
Summarizes geographic and population characteristics
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Country and Characteristics (Slide 2)
Summarizes remaining characteristics of your country
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The Problem
Your problem statement
Possible Technological Solutions
Presents your two technological solutions that may contribute in reaching the target objective you selected for your country.
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Technological Solution Design Modification
Discusses your solution modifications
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Implementation
Presents your two technological challenges and 1 social challenge associated with your solution
Evaluation
Presents your evaluation criteria
Conclusion
Presents your conclusion
Multimedia Slide
You must have one multimedia movie clip slide that relates to your topic area somewhere in your presentation prior to the reference slides.
References
List all your references in proper APA format. You may need more than 1 slide to fit all your references on.
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Angola Environmental Hazard

Amanuel Haileselassie
2/1/2022
Angola Environmental Hazard
Overview
Angola is a southern African nation that borders the South Atlantic Ocean. There are two groups that Angola is a part of The Southern African Development Community and the Economic Community of Central African States (Central Intelligence Agency, XXXXXXXXXXAngola became a critical Portuguese slave trade region, sending slave labour to Brazil and the Americas. Fifty thousand people were killed in anti-Portuguese protests in coffee estates. Forced labour is eliminated, and the rebels feel more confident. The key issues include soil degradation, desertification, forest loss, and contaminated water. As a result of the water pollution caused by soil erosion and drought, land production is constantly being jeopardized.
Population Characteristics
According to estimates from the country's official statistics office, approximately 28.4 million people are expected to live in Angola in 2017. Around 70% of people are literate, dropping to around 60% for women (Central Intelligence Agency, 2016).About half of the population is under the age of 15, which means that the people will continue to expand fast as long as women have more than five children and utilize contraception at a low rate. Even though it's rich, Angola is one of the world's most inequitable places. However, 75% of the population survives on less than $2 a day; Luanda has been crowned the world's priciest metropolis for the second year running in 2017 (Gonçalves et al., XXXXXXXXXXFollowing the cease clause, some of those remaining in exile went home willingly via UN repatriation programs, while others were assimilated into the host nations they had been living in.
Economy
There are vast oil and gas resources in Angola and diamonds, hydropower potential, and rich agricultural regions. Still, the oil industry dominates Angola's economy to the detriment of other resources such as cassava and rice. However, other agricultural exports, like coffee, remained virtually halted until after World War II. Only the petroleum business employs few local people and invests almost nothing in the Angolan economy, with most royalties going to the state. Although numerous big multinational oil corporations have remained in Angola, the country's economic prospects have been dimmed by low oil prices, the kwanza's devaluation, and a slower-than-expected rise in non-oil GDP. In the long run, co
uption, particularly in the extractive industries, is a serious problem that puts the economy at risk.
Technology
Angola's transportation network comprises airports, pipelines, trains, highways, canals, and a river port. Nevertheless, the CIA Factbook does not specify how many individuals are entitled to transport networks or the primary method of transportation used by those with lower. Socioeconomic background, nor does it determine how far they must go for supportive services such as health care, water acquisition, employment, and so on. The telecom business in Angola has recovered steadily since political stability encouraged international investment.
Moreover, the authorities opened the telecom market to new competitors; sluggish progress has been made in the construction of LTE networks; A minor fraction of the nation is serviced by 3G technology; There is still a lack of smartphones and internet penetration due to high pricing and insufficient infrastructure, particularly in rural regions (Central Intelligence Agency, XXXXXXXXXXE-commerce and remote access to healthcare and education will benefit from improved telecommunications; the government planned to link an additional 160,000 people with free Wi-Fi through the AngoSat-2 satellite in 2021; China is a significant importer of
oadcasting equipment for Angola-2.
The Problem 
In response to the global demand for tropical wood and home use of the fuel it produces, the tropical forest is being destroyed, resulting in the loss of biodiversity as a result of the overuse and degradation of pasturelands, as well as soil erosion
ought on by population pressures. Toxic water contamination and siltation of rivers and dams are caused by soil erosion. One of the UN's respect for sustainable development is to address environmental issues (United Nations, XXXXXXXXXXAlternatives to Angola's ecological problems and health dangers may be found in cleaners in other nations.
Possible Solution
On the other hand, some of the strategies to tackle Angola's water challenges include reducing supply system vulnerabilities and improving disaster intervention capabilities. The Ministry of Energy and Waters made this statement in honour of World Environment Day. Among the options available in the "Water and Catastrophe - Being Aware and Prepared" program of the World Organization of Meteorology. Others include educating the public about the dangers and making good use of readily accessible information in order to avert potentially disastrous situations (Gonçalves et al., XXXXXXXXXXThere are several ways that trees assist control the climate, including filtering water via their roots, capturing dust particles from the air, and stabilizing soil against erosion. They provide these essential services to everyone on an equal basis, regardless of where they are located.
According to the United Nations, Angola is plagued by natural catastrophes such as rainfall, floods, landslides, droughts, and human-caused disasters every year. Technical, multisector and interdisciplinary aspects of disaster management must be taken into account in order to effectively deal with catastrophes. Disaster management planning should thus be integrated into the country's overall economic, social, and cultural growth.
Selected Solution Modification 
Through the application of weather, climate, and water information, meteorology and hydrology could provide even greater support to sustainable development by reducing and mitigating natural disasters, improving and sustaining human health; enabling human adaptation to climate change; improving the monitoring of energy and environmental resources. Angola's meteorological and hydrologic systems assist in managing the climate, which will allow the country's society to adapt to the environment. The United Nations implemented this system to aid in the eradication of poverty in the country.
Implementation 
Angola's renewable natural resources have the ability to contribute significantly to both the national and local economies. For this purpose, this report explains the existing national policy and legislative framework for assessing and helping minimize social or environmental threats or impacts caused by infrastructure investments and proposes opportunities to strengthen the national capacity to facilitate such projects. As a second possibility, it might evaluate Angola's present climate change policy and institutional structure and suggest ways to assist it. Improving environmental management capabilities and increasing climate change resilience are the last two goals to be reached.
Evaluation
The efficacy of the remedy, assuming that fundamental distribution hurdles can be overcome, may be quantified in terms of the number of diseases treated each year as a result of chemically polluted or hazardous water, as measured by humanitarian groups. A feasible aim for small-scale implementation may be to decrease these diseases by 10% per year in specified regions where the improved solution is adopted, which would be a reasonable target for small-scale development.
Conclusion 
Soil erosion is a factor in environmental problems such as river and dam siltation and pollution. Angola's cu
ent climate change policy and institutional framework and how it might be improved upon. The last two aims are to improve environmental management capacities and to increase climate change resistance. It will be possible to leverage the knowledge gained by altering and testing these technologies in Angola to research further, develop, and apply the technology more
oadly. Even with the difficulties of execution, supporting the United Nations sustainable development goals by addressing clean, treated water is essential.
Reference
Central Intelligence Agency XXXXXXXXXXThe World FactBook. Retrieved from https:
www.cia.gov/li
ary/publications/the-world-factbook
Gonçalves, F. M., Revermann, R., Cachissapa, M. J., Gomes, A. L., & Aidar, M. P XXXXXXXXXXSpecies diversity, population structure and regeneration of woody species in fallows and mature stands of tropical woodlands of southeast Angola. Journal of forestry research, 29(6), XXXXXXXXXX.
United Nations XXXXXXXXXXSustainable development goals: 17 goals to transform our world. Retrieved from http:
www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainable-development-goals

Diapositiva 1
Addressing Water Quality in Zambia
Jorge Valenzuela
STEM 110T
(Date submitted)
One of the 17 united nations sustainable development goals is to “Ensure access to clean water and sanitation to all”. According to the UN, “Clean, accessible water for all is an essential part of the world we want to live in. There is sufficient fresh water on the planet to achieve this. But due to bad economics or poor infrastructure, every year millions of people, most of them children, die from diseases associated with inadequate water supply, sanitation and hygiene.”
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UN Sustainable Development
Goal 6
“Water scarcity, poor water quality and inadequate sanitation negatively impact food security, livelihood choices and educational opportunities for poor families across the world. Drought afflicts some of the world’s poorest countries, worsening hunger and malnutrition. By 2050, at least one in four people is likely to live in a country affected by chronic or recu
ing shortages of fresh water.”
The UN observes goes on to observe
Water scarcity, poor water quality and inadequate sanitation negatively impact food security, livelihood choices and educational opportunities for poor families across the world. Drought afflicts some of the world’s poorest countries, worsening hunger and malnutrition. By 2050,
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Angola Environmental Hazard
Amanuel Haileselassie
2/1/2022
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Goal
The purpose of this presentation is to concentrate on the issue of environmental hazard in Angola.
Soil deterioration, desertification, forest loss, and polluted water are among the major challenges. Land productivity is continually imperiled as a result of water contamination induced by soil erosion and drought.
Angola is a member of two organizations: the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS).
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Summary of the importance
Angola is a country in southern Africa that borders the Atlantic Ocean.
Angola is a member of two organizations: the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS).
Soil deterioration, desertification, forest loss, and polluted water are among the major challenges. Land productivity is continually imperiled as a result of water contamination induced by soil erosion and drought.
Angola became a vital port for the Portuguese slave trade, transporting slaves to Brazil and the Americas. Anti-Portuguese uprisings in coffee farms resulted in the deaths of 50,000 people. Forced labor is abolished, and the insurgents gain confidence.
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Country and characteristics
Angola is predicted to have a population of roughly 28.4 million people in 2017, according to predictions from the country's official statistics office.
Around 70% of individuals are literate, with women accounting for around 60%. (Central Intelligence Agency, 2016).
Angola is one of the world's most inequitable countries, despite its wealth. However, 75% of the population lives on less than $2 a day, making Luanda the world's most expensive metropolis for the second year in a row in 2017
Airports, pipelines, railroads, motorways, canals, and a river port make up Angola's transportation network.
Because nearly half of the population is under the age of 15, the population will continue to grow rapidly as long as women have more than five children and use contraception seldom. Nonetheless, the CIA Factbook does not define how many people have access to transportation networks or what their major mode of transportation is. The distance people must travel for supportive services such as health care, water acquisition, employment, and so on is not determined by their socioeconomic status. Angola's telecommunications industry has been progressively improving since political stability attracted international investment.
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Country and characteristics
Angola has vast oil and gas reserves, as well as diamonds, hydroelectric potential, and...
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