Resume

Maxwell B Cook 1770 Glendola Rd, Wall, New Jersey, 07719  Phone: 732.403.1140 E-Mail: mbcook@plymouth.edu LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/maxwell-cook-195548131/  Academic Twitter- @MaxxwellCook Profile Interdisciplinary student with a passion for environmental science. Experience in sales, marketing, and customer service. Experience with social media, Pictogram, WordPress, R and, R studio.                                            Education Bachelor of Science Degree, Marketing for Sustainable […]

Summary Synthesis

When I started my research article some of the “driving questions” that6 first came to mind were “Why do they use a plastic coating for the bottom layers of Green-Roofs?”, “What was the public opinion on Green Infrastructure or Residential Renewable Energy?” and lastly, what was a quantifiable way of analyzing the therapy of plants […]

Senior IDS Précis

Adamowicz et al in the Journal of Environment and Management  1994, states that the major drawback of Dynamic stochastic general equilibrium modeling methods is that they can measure the use values of environmental goods, but non-use values cannot be captured when analyzing environmental services.  Adamowicz et al supports his claim by unaccurate valuations of nature […]

Maxxwell Cook’s Applied Project for Senior Capstone IDS

Survey to get a better understanding of the D’Acres guest and help the owners of D’Acres understand a persona for their customers To create a journey map and a persona of the average customer for any business or organization, data must be collected. One of the most accurate ways to collect data about customers is […]

A Brief Overview On Permaculture

Theme: Permaculture Permaculture is a holistic systematic approach to agriculture which usually includes integration of systems and plants as well as closing loops of processes we often find in a healthy ecosystem. Fortunately my school (Plymouth State University) has a program for students who want to take get certified in permaculture which requires the permaculture […]

Research Article Draft

How and why does green infrastructure add value to real-estate?   Introduction: “Green Infrastructure can be defined as strategically planned and managed networks of natural lands, landscapes and other open spaces that conserve ecosystem values and functions and provide associated benefits to human populations. Additional elements and functions of green infrastructure are working lands, trails […]