Azaan Dr. Someone ENC 1101 01/18/2019 Project 1.1 Deliverable: A citation, reverse outline, and summary of a public writing source APA Citation Preserving Our Natural Resources for the Future. (2012, April 18). Retrieved from https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/blog/2012/04/13/preserving-our-natural-resourcesfuture Reverse Outline I. Introduction A. The Forest County Potawatomi Community (FCPC or Tribe) is a US Tribe with about 1500 members. It is located in Wisconsin. B. The community has puts its proven efforts to ensure clean air, water and land for future generations. II. Fundamental beliefs A. Topic sentence: They believe in protecting Mother Earth by preserving natural resources for generations to come Evidence: This philosophy has led FCPC to become an environmentally proactive tribe and take a pragmatic approach to ecological stewardship. III. Initiatives A. Topic sentence: Over the past years, The Tribe has implemented many energy efficiency initiatives to significantly reduce carbon emissions and ensured efficient energy consumption Evidence: 1. Since 2007, they have reduced its energy usage per gross square foot by 12% 2. They reduced their corresponding carbon emissions by 20% and more. IV. Investment in renewable energy projects A. Topic sentence: In addition to saving energy, they invested in renewable energy projects. Evidence: It is estimated that the clean energy produced by these panels will reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 41 tons per year. B. Topic sentence: Tribe is developing a biogas cogeneration facility that will use food waste to produce clean, renewable energy. Evidence: This will produce approximately 2.0 MW (MegaWatts) of electrical power per annum V. Procurements made by Tribe for renewable energy A. Topic sentence: The Tribe buy enough green energy to offset total of the electricity usage at all its facilities Evidence: They buy nearly 55 million kwh of renewable energy per annum from certified wind-energy facilities in US. VI. Planned Development Projects A. Topic sentence: The tribe in introducing projects that has reached national level success and is producing hundreds of jobs for people. Evidence: The redevelopment of Tribe’s historic Concordia Trust Property located in Milwaukee’s central city, as well as construction of new hotel project are creating hundreds of jobs. Rhetorical Summary The article “Preserving Our Natural Resources for the Future” posted on “Obama white house archives” website and written by author Harold Gus Frank, describes the initiatives and success of The Forest County Potawatomi Community for ensuring a clean and sustainable Earth. Harold supported his claim by citing examples of many energy efficiency initiatives and programs that Tribe has taken to reduce carbon emissions and protect earth. The author’s purpose is to prove that corporate environmental leadership makes sense, both for business and for American communities. He is being recognized as the Champion of Change for his community’s successful efforts to ensure clean and sustainable environment for future generations. The author’s intended audience are the internal and external stakeholders that are working practically with Tribe to produce and make efficient use of energy and reduce carbon emissions.