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EV3010 - Planning for Sustainable Communities in a Changing Environment
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||Sch of Earth & Environmental Sciences
The subject seeks to provide students with advanced capacities to understand the challenges
that face planning for sustainable regions and settlements. It explores a number of
key problems for settlements: sustainable management of marine and terrestrial resources,
water use and allocation, regional sustainability, resilient communities, implications
of climate change, carbon economy, food miles and the food supply, nature conservation
and development. Case studies deal with a range of examples from land and sea environments
of north Queensland.
There are additional charges for this subject; please contact the School for details.
- appreciation of the challenges that face planning for sustainable regions and settlements,
and solutions to those challenges;
- understanding of the principles and processes underpinning sustainable management
of marine and terrestrial resources;
- understanding of the implications of climate change for regional development, and
the role of the carbon economy in greenhouse gas mitigation;
- development of observational and analytical skills applicable to planning for sustainable
- The ability to think critically, to analyse and evaluate claims, evidence and arguments,
and to reason and deploy evidence clearly and logically;
- The ability to deploy critically evaluated information to practical ends;
- The ability to find and access information using appropriate media and technologies;
- The ability to evaluate that information;
- The ability to select and organise information and to communicate it accurately, cogently,
coherently, creatively and ethically;
- The acquisition of coherent and disciplined sets of skills, knowledge, values and
professional ethics from at least one discipline area;
- The ability to manage future career and personal development;
- The ability to read complex and demanding texts accurately, critically and insightfully;
- The ability to speak and write clearly, coherently and creatively;
- The ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences;
- The ability to work with people of different gender, age, ethnicity, culture, religion
and political persuasion;
- The ability to work individually and independently;
- The ability to use online technologies effectively and ethically.
||AT LEAST 12 CREDIT POINTS OF LEVEL 2 SUBJECTS INCLUDING 6 CREDIT POINTS OF LEVEL 2
EV OR EA
Study Period 7,
|Census Date 05-Jul-2012
|Face to face teaching
18-Jun-2012 to 27-Jun-2012
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- 18 hours lectures
- 18 hours practicals - Workshop/Seminars
- 8 hours workshops/Seminars - Two four-hour workshops on development issues
- 24 hours - Three days of supervised study and GIS lab work for completion of practical reports,
workshop and fieldwork reports and reflective diary.
- 24 hours fieldwork
||group work: seminar presentation (20%); essays (20%); case study (30%); exam (30%).
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