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‘Introduction to Sustainable Development for the Engineering and Built Environment Professions’ Unit 2: Learning the Language Final Developed by:
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© The Natural Edge Project (‘TNEP’), 2007 The material contained in this document is released under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. According to the License, this document may be copied, distributed, transmitted and adapted by others, providing the work is properly attributed as: ‘Smith, M., Hargroves, K., Desha, C. and Palousis, N. (2007) Engineering Sustainable Solutions Program: Critical Literacies Portfolio - Introduction to Sustainable Development for Engineering and Built Environment Professionals , The Natural Edge Project, Australia. (TNEP)’ Document is available electronically at . Disclaimer While reasonable efforts have been made to ensure that the contents of this publication are factually correct, the parties involved in the development of this document do not accept responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the contents. Information, recommendations and opinions expressed herein are not intended to address the specific circumstances of any particular individual or entity and should not be relied upon for personal, legal, financial or other decisions. The user must make its own assessment of the suitability for its use of the information or material contained herein. To the extent permitted by law, the parties involved in the development of this document exclude all liability to any other party for expenses, losses, damages and costs (whether losses were foreseen, foreseeable, known or otherwise) arising directly or indirectly from using this document. Text Book Hargroves, K. and Smith, M.H. (2006) The Natural Advantage of Nations: Business Opportunities, Innovation and Governance in the 21st Century , Earthscan, London. The Text Book along with each of the units has an online companion to provide additional supporting material. Optional reading material is provided after each lecture for those who wish to explore the content in more detail. Acknowledgements The development of the ‘Engineering Sustainable Solutions Program: Critical Literacies Portfolio - Introduction to Sustainable Development for Engineering and Built Environment Professionals’ has been supported by grants from UNESCO, Division of Basic and Engineering Sciences, Natural Sciences Sector (with particular support and mentoring from Tony Marjoram, Senior Programme Specialist - Engineering Sciences, and Françoise Lee); The Institution of Engineers Australia, College of Environmental Engineers (with particular support and mentoring from Martin Dwyer, Director Engineering Practice, and Peter Greenwood, Doug Jones, Andrew Downing, Tim Macoun, Julie Armstrong and Paul Varsanyi); and The Society for Sustainability and Environmental Engineering (particular support from Terrence Jeyaretnam). The development of the online companion to the course has been supported by the Australian
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