EV1000 - Solving Wicked Environmental Problems
|Student Contribution Band:
||College of Science and Engineering
The subject is a basic introduction to those solutions and strategies that we can
apply to complex and intractable environmental problems. The subject presents six
groups of wicked problems and the strategies that are applied towards their solution:
population control, climate change adaptation, protection of biodiversity, freshwater
management, sustainable cities for social justice, and sustainable energy provision.
- develop an enthusiasm for the challenges of diverse and complex environmental problems;
- be able to argue the case for solutions to environmental problems;
- be able to interpret and summarise a range of scholarly papers and reports;
- develop communication skills applied to complex environmental issues.
- essays (10%)
- fortnightly modules (90%).
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