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The problem I write about: new energy sources (solar and wind for example) are temporarily difficult to be widely used to obtain environmental benefits, and the new energy sources themselves have many disadvantages, such as instability and difficulty in storing the electricity generated. Although people will choose to use new energy sources to protect the environment, people do not know enough about them. The construction process is not clean enough, for example, the construction process of solar panels is actually very polluting to the environment. It still takes time after construction to dispose of fossil energy sources such as coal-burning facilities to achieve environmental benefits.
Main task: Locate two potential solutions/improvements to the problem you wrote about and answer the following questions about these solutions…
What does the policy/law/call to action aim to solve or improve?
How does it aim to solve/improve? How will the solution or improvement be achieved?
Who will solve the solution/improvement?
Who will the solution/improvement impact? How?
Are there any risks or potential drawbacks?
Who supports the solution/improvement? Who is against it? For what reasons?
Who do you need to persuade? In other words, who is the focus/target of your advocacy?
Use at least 4 sources to support each solution and the claims you make about each solution. For claims that you can’t yet support with evidence, note where you’re making an assumption by using the mark (A) and where you need to do more research with (R).
It is pre-writing. Word count requirement: 500 words
My previous research article is attached below, and this pre-writing focuses on finding solutions to the problems raised by the research article.