Set out to understand how you can improve sustainable practices.Distinguish various cultural, economic and ecological dimensions of sustainability. Take apart policy and critique it. Look to science fiction literature for visions of possible futures.
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28 Nov 2022
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This subject was previously known as Pathways to Sustainability.
This subject presents a new set of processes that underpin the movement toward a climate resilient society. Ontologies and epistemologies likely to generate sustainability praxis are examined. Pathways are explored that enable the development and implementation of sustainability, such as: transition management, reflexive governance, cultural value analysis, sustainability policy, sustainability mapping and sustainability planning. Students will develop both specific skills and understanding of the theories behind these skills.
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