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Sustainable Production and Consumption (6 points)


Leader: Stephen Reardon

Clayton Second semester 2003 (Evening)
Clayton Second semester 2004 (Evening)

Synopsis: The application of sustainable development principles to systems of production and consumption. Key concepts and tools including lifecycle management, eco-efficiency, product stewardship, and industrial ecology and their application in a range of industry sectors. Synergies and linkages with advanced production methods such as lean manufacturing. Organisational changes necessary for achieving sustainable systems of production and consumption.

Assessment: Essay or (mock) report to senior management (2000 words): 45% + A case study (2000 words): 45% + Class presentation: 10%

Contact Hours: 2 hour lecture per week

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