Students are able to develop and explain a personal sustainability mission statement.
Students are able to demonstrate and model the socio-ecological determinants of complex systems.
Students are able to explain a holistic and integrated perspective on socio-ecological systems.
Students develop ethical transformative leadership practices, including creative solutions and strategies, in multiple contexts and at multiple scales.
Students can explain production and consumption of major material and energy resources, in multiple contexts and at multiple scales.
Students can explain the history and current usage(s) of the term “sustainability”, and demonstrate how it can be assessed in public, private, and not-for-profit contexts.
Students apply best practices for global, national, regional, interpersonal, and personal decision making, including accessing appropriate sources and types of knowledge, and strategically managing uncertainty.
Students explain the relationship between environmental and human wellbeing, and explain how they change over time.