Topic is Ghana (Agriculture) Your project submission will have 5 sections and i

Topic is Ghana (Agriculture)
Your project submission will have 5 sections and it is to be written/presented in essay format. Please structure the essay using headings, starting with Section 1, Section 2, etc., all the way to Section 5. Further instructions and guidelines for each section, including required word lengths, follow below. Sections 1 through 4 should be within 30 words +/- of the word-length guideline given.
Section 1 – Introduce your project topic, overview key demographic, political-economic and historic information on your country, and provide background on the sector and its contributions to the country’s people and economy. This section should be 500 words and include 1 map of your choice.
A few important notes about the map: it should be placed neatly within this section and discussed somewhere in the section text; it should be labelled with a short but relevant title and a citation should be used to indicate source reference.
Section 2 – Summarize recent climate science/model projections (2014 or later) for your country with respect to surface temperature PLUS one of sea level rise or extreme weather. Describe what source and/or model these projections came from and what they say with respect to timing and magnitude of change as well as levels of scientific certainty. This section should be 500 words.
An important note about finding the most relevant and recent climate science/model projections for your project: the IPCC Assessment Reportsopens in new window are a good place to start, though not the only source of reliable climate modeling and projections.
Section 3 – Based on what the model projections say with respect to temperature and sea level rise or extreme weather, identify and discuss one potential impact for the sector in question. Moreover, what might the timing be of that impact, will/how will that impact intensify over time, and what might some of the most noticeable social and/or economic implications be? This section should be 500 words.
Section 4 – Conclude the essay with an answer that reflections on one out of these two questions:Given the projections and impact discussed in the previous sections of your essay, describe one adaptation measure you would recommend for your country/sector and discuss how the concept of double exposure influences your recommendation. This response should be 750 words.
ORGiven the projections and impact discussed in the previous sections of your essay, describe one adaptation measure you would recommend for your country/sector and discuss how the concept of climate justice influences your recommendation. This response should be 750 words.
Section 5 – A full list of all references cited in the document. Please use APA in text citations. In-text citations should be used (footnotes/endnotes should not be used for citations).
You may wish to make use of supports available to you through the Univerity of Guelph Library, such as Writing Resources & Workshopsopens in new window, Research Assistanceopens in new window, and Citation, Bibliography Resources, and Style Guidesopens in new window. Also recall the following advice from the project proposal assignment:
An important note about finding relevant and sufficiently recent climate science/model projections for your project: the IPCC Assessment Reportsopens in new window are a good place to start, though not the only source of reliable climate modeling and projections.
An important note about finding relevant country-level demographic, economic and social data for your project: ‘Our World in Dataopens in new window’ is a good place to start, though additional background information and history will need to come from other sources such as peer reviewed journal articles and reports by reputable organizations such as the UN and World Bank.
All course and university guidelines with respect to academic integrity apply to this project. The essays and reference lists will be read and crosschecked by the instructor according to all guidelines laid out in the University of Guelph’s Undergraduate Calendar and its statement document on artificial intelligence systems, chatGPT, and academic integrity. Review the University library’s resources for guidance on how to avoid plagiarismopens in new window.
CriteriaExcellent (4 points)Section 1Met length guidelines; included and accurately described a relevant map; writing described required information in detail and such that connections to the country’s people and economy were foregrounded and clear.Section 2Met length guidelines; accurately summarized recent projections for country as instructed; described what source or model the projections came from; commented meaningfully on both what they say with respect to timing and magnitude of change as well as scientific certainty.Section 3Met length guidelines; potential impact for the sector in question is identified, relevant, and discussed accurately; clearly overviews timing of the impact, whether/how it will intensify over time, and indicates at least one noticeable social or economic implication.
Section 4Met length guidelines; student’s choice of conclusion question is clear; adaptation measure selected is relevant given projections/impact discussed; choice is well-rationalized given information in previous sections; discussion of how concept influences recommendation is fully-developed, well-informed and compelling.
Section 5
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Style/structure and in-text citationsReference list was full, accurate, and consistently formatted; essay followed all style and structure guidelines (including map placement and title); in-text citations were used and formatted consistently and correctly.
The major paper proporsal document has been attached below take help from that also .
As it has been approved by mam. the proporsal has been checked.
Prepare final major paper.
section-1 500 words
section 2 -500 words
section 3 500 words
section-4 750 words
section -5
Section 5 – A full list of all references cited in the document. Please use APA in text citations. In-text citations should be used (footnotes/endnotes should not be used for citations).

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