This course provides you with an introduction to the wide range of "tools" used in environmental management and for environmental decision-making. These include: environmental impact assessment, public participation, risk management, environmental management systems, life cycle assessment, GIS, corporate sustainability, sustainability indexes, State of the Environment reporting, auditing, monitoring. Links will be drawn between the "tools" course and material covered in "Frameworks for environmental management" and the "fundamental knowledge" courses. This course will provide you with an introduction to a number of specialist courses that may be taken as electives (in for example environmental impact assessment).
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