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Environmental Change and Management  

How do environments function and how is human- induced environmental change challenging sustainability?
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Global Education

Global Education

  • promotes understanding of social justice and human rights and the contribution they make to peace building and conflict resolution.
  • promotes understanding of sustainable futures and the importance of developing skills of critical and creative thinking and ethical understanding.
  • promotes understanding of identity and cultural diversity and its importance in developing intercultural understanding and personal and social capability.
  • promotes understanding of social justice and human rights and the contribution they make to peace building and conflict resolution.

Natural Environments: Role and Importance

  Living Earth - Clock and Weather :  stunning live 3D simulation of our planet with weather, forecasts and world clock for cities around the world. Available through iTunes.

  • National Geographic Mapmaker
    An online atlas to locate places, country facts, historical, weather, and population maps - features physical maps of the world as well as detailed maps of most continents including Australia, Asia and Africa.
  • World Wildlife Fund Footprint Calculator
    An ecological footprint calculator which allows one to work out one’s ecological footprint (and influence global warming) by examining the food one eats, one’s transport, the things one buys and the energy one uses at home.
  • Sustainable Society Foundation
    This is a non-profit organization, established in 2006 with the objective of stimulating and assisting societies in their development towards sustainability.
  • Global Issues
    Information, case studies, activities and resources on the natural environment and the issues of sustainable development; climate change; land degradation, desertification and urbanisation; pollution; and marine and coastal degradation.

Environmental Worldview


Atlas of Ocean Wealth

The Atlas of Ocean Wealth is the largest collection to date of information about the economic, social and cultural values of coastal and marine habitats from all over the world.

Human Induced Environmental Changes

Case Studies


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