For this project, you will explore the 17 Global Goals to find a goal that you are interested in. Read as much as you can about the goal of your choice. In your exploration, you will see that there are problems that need to be solved in order to meet the goal that has been set for 2030. Discover solutions for the problem that will lead to meeting the goal for 2030. You will choose your problem from the Global Goals website. The Argument Essay process is like this: 1. Choose a global goal to investigate through the Global Goals website. 2. Click on the global goal of your choice to begin reading and discovering and researching about the problems and the solutions. 3. Follow the links provided on the Global Goals website to gather information 4. Find answers for these questions: ➔ What are the UN 17 Global Goals? (define them and explain them for your readers) ➔ What is the particular goal that you are exploring? (define and explain) ➔ Why is this goal important? ➔ What are some facts and figures that are interesting about your goal? ➔ What are the targets for your goal? ➔ Why does it matter? (There is a pdf for each goal) ➔ What are some specific solutions that people and organizations are working on to meet this goal? ➔ What are some obstacles to meeting the goals? ➔ How can those obstacles be overcome? 5. Use good academic research methods to further explore and find more sources: 1st Paragraph: Introduction of your issue in the context of the significance of the problem, ending with your claim (thesis statement). 2nd Paragraph: Background (provide evidence for argument from your research) 3rd Paragraph: Solution 1 (provide evidence for solution from your research) 4th Paragraph: Solution 2 (provide evidence for solution from your research) 5th Paragraph: Solution 3 (provide evidence for solution from your research ) (add more paragraphs as needed for further solutions) 6th Paragraph: Strongest Opposing View (from your research) and a rebuttal 7th Paragraph: Other Opposing Views (and rebuttals) – if needed 8th Paragraph: Conclusion (This should be strong because readers remember what they read last the best) Restate your thesis, summarize your solutions, and make a final appeal to readers with what can be done in day to day life to help solve the problem or meet the goal. A more complete template will be provided.