What are the pros and cons of this technology over conventional internal combustion engine technology?

Policies that address or Efficiency and Lead to New Technologies or New Actions: CAFE standards have been implemented to reduce transportation energy use and CO2 emissions. Find and describe at least one other public policy approach to reduce transportation energy use and emissions (conservation or efficiency practices) that have been proposed or are being implemented. Make sure you discuss the pros and cons of this other option. Car manufacturer actions that address fuel efficiency and/or alternative vehicles: Research the efforts of one of the big car manufacturers to meet the CAFE standards. Describe the company’s past efforts as well as their future plans both in the next couple of years and the longer term. Alternative vehicles or fuels: A number of alternative vehicle and fuel types are already on the road (EV, compressed natural gas, propane, etc). But, for fun, what about other unique ways to move people or goods around? Find and research an innovative idea in vehicle transportation, then tell us the following: What fuel source does it use? Do policies/incentives exist for this technology in the US? What are the pros and cons of this technology over conventional internal combustion engine technology? The following content is partner provided

Explain how/why this concept or idea is important to the principles of selling.

Example: Explain how/why this concept or idea is important to the principles of selling. Example – this will be indicated in the question (illustrates the ability to connect the concept to a new situation) Example: provide an example from your experience or the business world that connects the concept or idea with a real-world situation.

Create an instructor’s presentation to teach students about qualitative research designs.

Create an instructor’s presentation to teach students about qualitative research designs. This week, you were presented with three different qualitative research designs. Determine the value of each of the five designs explored over the last two weeks, and then critique the utility of each one relative to your research problem.

Write a solid paragraph summarizing what the Cold War was and why we should know about it

This assignment requires you to interview at least three people to investigate how people understand the Cold War. If you cannot interview in person, you may interview through email or social media. The following questions are suggested: What words or phrases come to mind when you think of the term Cold War? Did you ever study the Cold War in school? If so, what are some aspects of the Cold War that you remember? Who were the parties involved in the Cold War? Can you name any key events that we mainly associate with the Cold War? Take notes during your interviews so you can provide quotes in your write-up. If the people you are interviewing are not knowledgeable about the Cold War, do not worry! In this case no data is still data! Make sure you keep the notes from the interviews because you will need them later. Outline for Write-up: Section One: Introduction Lead off your write-up with 3–4 sentences introducing the topic to your reader. State that this is an interview project with the goal of discovering how people understand the Cold War. Section Two: Define the Cold War for Context Write a solid paragraph summarizing what the Cold War was and why we should know about it. You must include the start and end of the Cold War, the key figures and events of the Cold War, and how the Cold War impacted culture and policy of the time. You must cite sources and use APA formatting. Section Three: What Did your Interviewees Know? Compare what the people you interviewed know about the Cold War (using quotes) with what you wrote about the Cold War in the above paragraph. How close are they? This is the main section of the paper and may be more than one paragraph. To cite interviews within an assignment you use the form (Last name, date) just as though you were citing any other source. You must cite your interviews because you are using each person’s words. Section Four: Explain the differences How different were the definitions? What do you think might be some reasons for that difference? In this section you will use your own ideas (which you do not have to cite) but you may also bring in information about the Cold War from other sources or more quotes from interviews (which you will need to cite). What if all the definitions of the Cold War were the same? Why might that be? Or if all the definitions were different? Why might that be?

Describe the social welfare policy issue and the problem the policy seeks to address.

Write a paper based on a current policy issue. The newspaper article should be published no more than one week in advance of the date due. Describe 1) the social welfare policy issue 2) the problem the policy seeks to address and 3) Present your paper in class (BONUS). The instructions and rubric for this assignment will be provided by instructor.

Define and explain the three characteristics of a democratic regime.

Summary of the Chapter. Why is an informed citizenry considered to be important to a functioning democracy? Define and explain the three characteristics of a democratic regime.Why must democratic politics be conducted in the public arena or public sphere?Read pp.17-18 and using examples, outline your understanding of the “public sphere” as conceptualised by scholars like Habermas, Gripsund and Ernst. How does the media function as a public sphere? What are the functions of the media in an “ideal type democracy” ?Read the author’s critique of democracy and the media, and then briefly comment on ways in which the media in Canada function (or fail to function) as an ideal public sphere.