Community and stakeholder engagement and capacity building are essential for sound management of environments/ natural resources. To be sustainable, a decision, project or operation needs to be economically viable, environmentally responsible and socially acceptable. The subject examines how social values, attitudes, and behaviours are related to how we maintain, protect, enhance, and use our environment/natural resources and then considers how to incorporate these attitudes and values into governance and decision making. The subject has no residential school. On completion of this subject, students possess a range of skills in community engagement and capacity building
School of Environmental Sciences
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