Nature and Human Health.
Analyze issues on local and/or global scales. Examine the local and global interrelationship of one or more
issues. Evaluate the consequences of decision-making on local and/or global scales.
To achieve these objectives: Compare and contrast how different communities and countries are addressing
your issue. To what extent do, or could, these different communities and/or countries influence each other?
How do public policy decisions relating to your issue impact communities near and/or far? You will build your
case by citing research on your issue that supports its connection to human health, quality of life, parks,
recreation, and the natural environment. Your conclusion should demonstrate how you have developed and
advanced your thesis statement.