| Learning Outcomes (LO)
Upon completion of this unit, students will be able to:
exhibit a broad, historically informed and coherently organised knowledge of the key concepts of environmental politics, and be able to relate these to contemporary conditions;
understand, and critically and comparatively analyse the ways environmental conditions and challenges - especially in the areas of food and energy requirements and climate conditions - have shaped and challenged different political formations;
acquire and deploy strategies for reflective and self-critical learning in creative problem-solving in an environment of diverse contexts, competing paradigms, and contested political projects; and
exercise critical thinking, well developed judgement and personal responsibility to value and respond sensitively in a knowledge-based co-operative manner to the thoughts and views of other people in face to face and/or online discussion environments.