The Case of ‘Made in The U.S.A.- Dumped in Brazil, Africa, Iraq…’ brings up the controversial issues of dumping, a term that refers to the practice of exporting to other countries products that have been banded or declared hazardous in the United States.1 Is it moral to dump U.S. banned products overseas? Both the manufactures and the consumers have valid arguments. As a consumer of these dangerous products being dumped on overseas markets one could argue the manufacturers lack of respect for life. It should be in the company’s best interest to take in consideration the health and safety of people and animals. These manufactures are knowingly making dangerous and even deadly products available to communities in third world countries. DowElanco sold its weed killer Galant in Costa Rica, although the Environmental Protection Agency forbade its sale to U.S. farmers because Galant may cause cancer.2 These companies need to take in consideration the burden/ benefit factor; the safety of others should be more important than the profit losses. It is clear that these manufacturers are not interested in the sustainability of our own bioregion. While dangerous pesticides are banned from the U.S. for containing deadly poison dioxin, the active ingredient in Agent Orange, these pesticides are routinely used in agriculture overseas.3 These toxic products are making their way back into the U.S. market trough the exporting of produce from Mexico to the United States. Most of the time the countries accepting U.S. banned products are unaware of their harmfulness. Manufacturers that dump products abroad are motivated by profit, and the hope of avoiding financial losses resulting from having to withdraw a product from the U.S. market.4 Some companies see dumping as a last resort in order to ensure sustainability and avoid millions of dollars in losses. Dumping is an issue of equity/ justice; individual governments are free to establish their own standards of public health and safety. In some cases, having risky products is still better than nothing at all. It is not our government’s responsibility to weigh out the burdens and benefits for other countries. Foreign countries…
MKT 3353/W205/Hybrid Assignment 2 – Develop The Creative Brief
Feb 5 2015/Casson
Assignment 2 – Develop a Creative Brief – 15% Assessment
This is a grouped assignment that is linked to, and cascades out of Assignment 1 – Communications
& Marketing Objectives. Students must read Chapter 7 Creative Strategy Decisions and Chapter 4
Communication Response Models, to complete this assignment successfully.
What is a creative brief and what components must I include?
Creative briefs are used to keep marketing…
Modules 1 & 2
Module 1: Driving is Your Responsibility:
Please answer the following questions in complete sentences using proper spelling and grammar:
Complete the K-W-L information below.
K- What you Know
List two things you know about driving.
1. Come to a complete stop at a stop sign
2. Only yield when the intersection is clear
W—What you Want to know
List two things you want to know about driving.
1. What the signs of the roads mean
2. How to act appropriately when…
I am giving you an example of a budget. It is for a couple, if you are not part of a couple you will work a budget for your income only.
1. (20 pts) You need to create your budget in an Excel document, the formulas should be similar to the ones shown in the following pages. Your formulas will be similar but probably not exactly like the ones shown.
2. (15 pts) Create a column chart for you Total Income and Expenses per Month, it should show the amounts per each month. Make sure you format…
an individual, and Anne Anderson as executor of the estate of James Anderson.
RESPONSE TO PRELIMINARY ALLEGATIONS
1. Defendant W.R. Grace & Co. lacks sufficient information or belief to the truth of the allegations contained in the plaintiffs’ complaint. Based on this lack of information or belief, defendant denies all allegations in the complaint.
2. With respect to paragraphs 1 through 14 of the complaint, defendant denies that it disposed of any toxic chemicals which could have or did contaminate…
Case Study #1
Split My Brain: A Case Study of Seizure Disorder and Brain Function
Jerrod Hamilton 7 year old boy. Child of Karen and Jeff. Usually a fairly normally active child. Was playing with his father when he started experiencing twitching in his right arm and was disoriented for a few seconds. After, Jerrod was less talkative than normal. Later on he experienced a couple more episodes and had the same symptoms (arm twitching and weakness). Symptoms include arm twitching and…
Subject: Memo# 1
Course: PAM 5334
Professor: Rick Gedds
Student: Maoling Yuan
1. Suppose you want to start a steel mill. Provide a rough estimate of how much capital (money) you would need to start your steel mill. Assuming that you have access to debt (define) and equity (define) markets, how would you use those two financial instruments to raise the
financial instruments, which one are you likely to use more of and why?
When I plan to start a steel mill, the minimum capital which I need is 10…
space below each question. Upload your paper in the Week 7 Learning Module section at the end of Unit 7.
Based on Material from Chapter 1:
1. Residents have asked for there to be more display cooking done in the dining room. How would each component of the foodservice systems model be impacted by such a decision?
Based on Material from Chapter 2:
1. Residents have voiced concerns about the quality of the bakery products served in the coffee shop. Develop a fishbone diagram of possible causes…
Section 2 – Weimer
Homework Assignment – Chapter 1 & 2
Due Date: Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 11:59pm
Instructions: Pick the best answer from the choices for each question. Mark your answer on page 3 and either email the document back or turn in a paper copy in class prior to the due date.
1. The opportunity cost of studying for an economics test is
a. Negative because it may improve your grade.
b. Zero because you knew when you registered for the class that studying would…
Life begins when a sperm fertilizes an egg
Cell division occurs- 2, 4, 8, 16...
In these early stages of cell division and embryonic
development, large amounts of undifferentiated tissue is
formed- all other tissues stem from these
These cells begin to differentiate as the
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Cell Biology 2B Intro to Cells Continued, Ultrastructure of Cells.notebook
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