Environmental Decision Making: A Systems Approach (T863) - 30 point Postgraduate Course
Distance Learning with Tutor Support
Type of course in situ
Course provider The Open University
Available dates for this course
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Many of the decisions we make and actions we take either individually or in groups affect our environment, yet economic and political considerations often dominate. Integrating ‘environment’ with other factors in decision making is vital for an effective outcome. In this course you will learn how to use techniques and develop skills in systems thinking, modelling, evaluating and negotiating for exploring environmental decision-making situations, formulating problems and opportunities, identifying feasible and desirable changes and taking action. The course features a case study on air travel and many other examples. You’ll also have opportunities to explore your own environmental decision-making situation.
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