|1.||Critically review the key issues rising from the green growth paradigm transformation in the tourism and destination sector at both local and global levels;|
|2.||Advocate the importance of the green growth approach to economy and the holistic approach to destination management with creativity and accountability;|
|3.||Interrogate policy and practical real-world problems by collaboratively applying theoretical and operational knowledge to assist destinations to achieve green growth transformation demonstrating leadership and ethical responsibility;|
|4.||Cross-examine and elucidate appropriate strategies for tourism destinations and industries in green growth including strategies to delink economic growth with greenhouse gas emissions, and other resource use and waste.|
|Essay||Reflective essay - week 4 (max 500 words)||10%|
|Essay||Reflective essay - week 10 (max 1,500 words)||30%|
|Presentation||Between weeks 2-11 each student will present on one topic about Destination Green Growth||20%|
|Report||Research report - develop a green growth strategy framework for a selected tourism destination(groups of 3-4) (max 4,000 words)||40%|
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