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The world’s governments have agreed to 17 challenging sustainable development goals to address poverty, justice and prosperity, while ensuring a healthy planet. How we reconcile these issues, and work with people to make changes to our current practices globally, nationally and locally sits at the heart of sustainable development. It’s about meeting the needs of the present, while safeguarding the environment upon which the welfare of current and future generations depend.
This degree will develop your practical skills so that you’re equipped to effect changes towards sustainable development. You’ll have opportunities to develop your capabilities in a diverse range of areas, spanning the environment, society, business and law, according to your professional needs.