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Unit name Climate Change: Economics, Politics and Planning
Unit code KGA705
Credit points 25
Faculty/School College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Geography, Planning, and Spatial Sciences
Discipline Geography, Planning, and Spatial Sciences
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Learning Outcomes

1

Synthesise economic, political and social knowledge of climate change to support place-based planning approaches

2

Critique different forms of climate politics and governance to evaluate regional and urban decision-making

3

Devise planning strategies and solutions at a regional scale to address complex climate problems

4

Implement planning techniques to advance best adaptive practice in a changing climate

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Teaching

Teaching Pattern

TBC

Assessment

AT1 - weekly online assessment tasks, including short quizzes and mapping exercises (20%)

AT2 - 4.000 word report  (40%)

AT3 - 4,000 word essay (40%)

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