Overview: You work for Agua Sin Fronteras (ASF, or “Water without Borders”), an international nonprofit committed to providing access to clean drinking water, improving sanitation facilities, and delivering health education programs around the globe. You have been asked to create part of the presentation for the United Nations
Deliverable (1):
Presentation: 8-12 slides and speaker notes.
This presentation is not about your chosen topic. For example, if you choose climate change it is not about the science of climate change, the cause and effects of climate change, nor the effect on our planet.  You can assume your audience has a working knowledge of your issue. You want to focus on conveying what historians and other groups have thought about the issue and how this understanding has changed over time. 
Helpful Resources: 
Supporting Materials:
Primary and Secondary Sources for United Nations Briefing
Make sure to look at Project ANNOUNCEMENT
Powerpoint Template (Make a copy) 
Coaches Tips: 
***Strongly recommend that you choose climate change as your topic **
Key Terms:
Primary Source – materials that are eyewitness accounts or as close to the original source as possible.
Secondary Source – interpretations and analyses based on primary sources.
No need to find your own sources since all the info necessary is provided to you in the link under “Research your issue.”
Before you read any particular resource review  the titles and dates of the source to get as much info as you can about the time frame and perspective. Note who the  author is and the date. 
On slide 5 you need to discuss how different groups of people reacted to climate change. Focus on 3 groups
Politicians
Economists 
Historians
Sift through the Climate Change resources. Look for examples of this perspective in the titles and authors.
For example, George Bush in 1989–before you have even begun reading, you know you are getting a political perspective from the past. You could then compare this to another political figure on the list–Bill (William) Clinton
The Forbes article is from a business magazine–therefore it is economic. It’s in 1997. One other article mentions world trade–that is also economic, this time from 2017
2 articles mention historian–u

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