|1.||Articulate the scientific bases of climate change;|
|2.||Interrogate the cross-disciplinary nature of climate change and its inter-connectedness with all other human-related systems;|
|3.||Critically review local impacts of climate change and future climate;|
|4.||Advocate collaboratively in formulating perspectives from research evidence;|
|5.||Critically evaluate positioning of climate change within public discourse including consideration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander standpoints and perspectives.|
|Exercise||Compose an opinion editorial persuasive writing piece responding to a current issue in climate change||30%|
|Assignment||Present an argument to a commission hearing Part A: Written Statement Part B: Oral Presentation||40%|
|Presentation||Podcast advocating climate change action||30%|
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