3 policy options available to solve the issue or problem

This paper is on 3 policy options available to solve the issue or problem. Generate policy options. For this exercise, you will use the journal articles that you gathered, the resource material from previous analysis exercises, or new journal articles.

3 policy options available to solve the issue or problem

Generate policy options. For this exercise, you will use the journal articles that you gathered, the resource material from previous analysis exercises, or new journal articles.

Write a 400-500 words summary describing at least 3 policy options available to solve the issue or problem.

These may be from the literature or your own original ideas. 

In your summary, you should describe the strengths and weaknesses of each option.

Your summary should build upon your previous writing. The Policy Analysis Exercise must be in Microsoft Word, APA style, typed double-spaced, standard 1” margins, and 12 point font size in times new roman.

Be sure to name your Policy Analysis Exercise file as Lawson_Quishonne_PAE_WEEK6. Must use APA format, including the cover page, in-text citations, and the reference list.

More details;

Policies that affect sustainability are of five types (FAO n.d., 48-9):

General economic and social policies intended to influence overall economic growth, trade, price levels, employment, investment and population, attained chiefly by utilizing monetary and fiscal instruments.

Policies relating to agricultural and rural development. Policies of this type are usually intended to influence such factors as the agricultural resource base, agricultural production, consumption of agricultural products, agricultural price levels and variability, rural incomes and the quality of food. They are usually implement via instruments such as taxes and subsidies. Also, direct government production and provision of services, and direct control through regulation.

Policies relating to markets, including the establishment of market institutions and rules, and circumscription of property rights.

Policies aimed at establishing a democratic and participatory process designed to involve all interested groups in decision making and also implementing SARD.

They designed specifically to influence natural resource use and protect the environment. These policies utilize: (i) command and control (effected, for example, by prohibiting or limiting certain resource uses or establishing limits on emissions, with penalties for non-compliance); (ii) economic incentives such as taxes and subsidies; and (iii) persuasive measures such as education and advertising.