Society and Sustainability: About sustainability

Why ‘Society and Sustainability: About sustainability’?

Learn about sustainability challenges from political, cultural, historical and international development perspectives.

These modules explore governance structures, economic systems and political processes of the environmental, social and economic aspects of sustainability.

What are the economic and institutional routes and processes for developing consensus and policies across cultural, economic and political divides? How are sociological and cultural views incorporated into sustainability futures?

Learn from historical and agricultural examples of tackling sustainability issues. Gain knowledge of the development, poverty and power relations between countries and regions with differing economic and political stages. View sustainability from the view of consumers and urban settings.

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Society and Sustainability: About sustainability modules

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