environmental impact of chemicals.
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Compare the organizations American Chemical Society (Links to an external site.) and American Chemistry Council (Links to an external site.).
Who are the members? (Companies? Governments? Scientists? Citizens?)
In your own words, describe the purpose/mission of each organization.
Use Nonprofit Explorer to do the items below: ACS (Links to an external site.) and ACC (Links to an external site.)
Compare the compensation for the key employees
What is the source of funding for the organizations?
Also compare the “nonprofit tax code designation” on this page.
Go back to the web page for each organization (links above) to compare their interests.
Look at the menu options on the main page for each.
What issues are important to each organization? Read the headlines on ACC News Releases (Links to an external site.) ; ACS News Releases (Links to an external site.)
Compare the positions of the two companies on Climate Change: ACS (Links to an external site.) and ACC (Links to an external site.)
After looking at each of theses, describe the interests of each organization in one or two sentences each. Explain why one organization or another might be more trustworthy regarding the environmental impact of chemicals. Provide evidence from what you have seen on this and other pages.
Read one of the following articles on learning (Links to an external site.) or athletics (Links to an external site.) or find a scientific study (it does not need to be chemistry, but does need to be an experiment).
Describe the context of the study (what is the problem being studied, who benefits?)
Describe the qualifications of the researchers. (You may want to scroll to the bottom to see the journal reference)
Describe the methodology of the experiment, including the independent and dependent variables.
Provide evidence from the study to support the claims made by the scientists.
Evaluate the quality of the experiment and suggest either improvements for the study or next steps.