Question 1 (3 points): What is the difference between civil enforcement and criminal enforcement as applied to violations of environmental regulations and laws? Be specific and use examples to illustrate your answer. Question 2 (2 points): If you were to found your own society, describe the detailed environmental enforcement system you would put into place. State the goals and philosophy of your enforcement system. Justify each component and explain why your enforcement system would be effective. Would anybody be able or willing to live or work there? Back up your choices with real-world data and/or examples to help justify your proposal. In both essays, cite all sources used both within and at the end of your answer. A fully developed response should go beyond your textbook and required readings (although may include them), have multiple citations from valid sources (no wiki-anything; use .gov, .edu. or .org websites) and should avoid direct quotes from others; rather relying on your own synthesis. You must submit your essays as an attachment. Your report should be 2-3 pages and supported by at least 2 scholarly references. This course uses automatic plagiarism checking software (Turnitin). You may submit your work up to 3 times prior to the deadline to check your similarity scores (aim for a green or yellow flag). It takes roughly 15 minutes for the system to process your submission and show the score. Written Assignments should be set up to accept ONLY Attachments and to accept up to 3 submissions.