|1.||Identify key sources of data on climate change, ecological trends, and human health and development, nationally and globally|
|2.||Critically review and contextualise the discourses on climate science in Australia and globally;|
|3.||Formulate advocacy perspectives from research evidence;|
|4.||Understand key theoretical & methodological challenges and limitations of a planetary health lens;|
|5.||Extrapolate upon the intersections between inequality and climate change through the framework of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).|
|Exercise||Compose an Op Ed responding to a current issue in climate change utilising research evidence||30%|
|Essay||Critical paper reviewing and contextualising an aspect of the discourse on climate change||30%|
|Presentation||Choose one SDG to extrapolate upon the intersections between inequality, inequity and climate change for a class podcast||40%|
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