Sustainable development has often proved to be a difficult concept to define. At its simplest it is common sense – living our lives in ways which do not compromise the lives of others.....
COURSEWORK QUESTION NO.1 (30%) – for on Campus Students
Sustainable development has often proved to be a difficult concept to define. At its simplest it is common sense – living our lives in ways which do not compromise the lives of others, and wherever possible improving the world which we all share, and which the next generation will inherit.
In the landmark Brundtland Report of 1987 sustainable development (SD) is perceived as the balancing of economic development, environmental protection and social development. Yet more than thirty years after the publication of the Brundtland Report, SD still remains an elusive concept in international, regional and national environmental law, with its full meaning and implications yet to be conclusively pinned down.”
Submission is through the CW1 Drop box on Moodle.
Please Note: The coursework should follow the guidelines, i.e. adhere to the word limit, have a clear structure and should be professionally presented. The referencing (footnotes and bibliography) should be consistent and neatly presented.
Although the word limit is 2000 words, word counts within the range of +/- 10% of this amount are acceptable i.e. 1800 words minimum or 2,200 words maximum. The word count, exclusive of cover page, abstract, bibliography, and appendices must appear on the title page.
Note: Oscola referencing should be used for all courseworks
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