Sustainability: Bush Basics

  • Posted on: 22 January 2019
  • By: KateArmour
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What is sustainability? Why is it important?

This term we begin by understanding how a sustainable future considers and depends on four aspects: environmental, economic, social and cultural. Our focus then moves to the environmental aspect of sustainability, namely biophysical systems and we use two New Zealand case studies to do this: Craigieburn and Great Barrier Island. We will travel to Craigieburn to see the fantastic pest control work DOC has undertaken in the area. Bring your walking shoes.

Assessment opportunities AS 90951 Biology/science
(Investigate the biological impact of an event in a New Zealand ecosystem)
Credits: 4, Level 1 Internal
Level 1 Literacy: Yes Level 1 Numeracy: No

If you're interested in taking EfS as a class all year, please look at the following link for more information on what's coming up!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aRlAxOblxEAfWU1CIxQKrgR1RqijS7gSEU_c...