|1.||Identify and evaluate transdisciplinary discourses and movements addressing complex issues and challenges to making a healthy planet for all;|
|2.||Critically assess theories on the conditions for social change and apply to a contemporary example of community capacity building and resilience;|
|3.||Articulate and advocate an evidence and value based explanation of transdisciplinary transformation;|
|4.||Utilising a planetary health approach, investigate and propose a policy change and action plan for implementation in students' professional area.|
|Exercise||Tell the story of a community who have initiated and followed through actions contributing to making a healthy planet.||25%|
|Case Study||Case study utilising a place-based planetary health approach, investigating and proposing a policy change and action plan.||45%|
|Project||Design a campaign plan to promote a planetary health matter.||30%|
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