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1describe the relationships between environmental, social and economic systems, from local to global levelGlobal citizenship, Environmental stewardship, Social justice, ethics and wellbeing, Future-thinking06 Oct 2014 11:04
2identify the risk that system complexity can lead to unexpected and novel outcomesGlobal citizenship, Environmental stewardship, Social justice, ethics and wellbeing, Future-thinking06 Oct 2014 11:05
3identify the root causes of unsustainable development, including environmental, social and economic actions, and the links to cultural considerationsGlobal citizenship, Environmental stewardship, Social justice, ethics and wellbeing, Future-thinking06 Oct 2014 11:05
4evaluate the impacts and interconnections between the activities of different generations, demographic groups and cultures, recognising that there may be tensions and competing factors between themGlobal citizenship, Social justice, ethics and wellbeing, Future-thinking06 Oct 2014 11:06
5demonstrate that both unsustainable and sustainable practices take place in an evolving context, necessitating adaptability in policy and planning responsesGlobal citizenship, Environmental stewardship, Social justice, ethics and wellbeing, Future-thinking06 Oct 2014 11:06
6identify the causes and possible solutions to inequity at intra- and inter-generational global levelsGlobal citizenship, Social justice, ethics and wellbeing, Future-thinking06 Oct 2014 11:07
7identify the importance of drawing upon scientific evidence and scholarly research in seeking to understand the environment and the impact of human activity upon itEnvironmental stewardship, Future-thinking06 Oct 2014 11:08
8identify that natural systems have non-negotiable limits and may become unstable or collapse if subjected to excessive pressures or changesEnvironmental stewardship, Future-thinking06 Oct 2014 11:08
9demonstrate that the collective effect of actions is not necessarily just a simple sum of their individual effects but is likely to be more complexGlobal citizenship, Social justice, ethics and wellbeing06 Oct 2014 11:09
10identify the rationale for encouraging behavioural change where existing practices are shown to have a negative impact on the human and natural environmentGlobal citizenship06 Oct 2014 11:10
11identify that positive or negative environmental change may arise from economic growthGlobal citizenship, Environmental stewardship, Social justice, ethics and wellbeing, Future-thinking06 Oct 2014 11:10
12identify risks and uncertainties associated with the transformation of the natural environmentEnvironmental stewardship06 Oct 2014 11:11
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