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    Assignment. Sustainable Tourism

    Marking Criteria 1. Relevance and appropriateness of title & Addressing posed assessment topic/task 2. Sound, logical, clearly developed and well supported argument 3. Clear essay structure (intro, physique, conclusion; paragraph structure) & Adherence to good academic writing apply (presentation, grammar, clarity of expression) four. Depth and breadth of analysis & Analysis, analysis and integration of […] More

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    Agricultural Revolution for Sustainable Agriculture

    Back in the early years, folks have their very personal way to survive in this world. They went for hunting edible animals in the juggle or gather in a village or place in order that they may acquire meals provides. Could we think about how tough it was for these folks merely to get meals […] More

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    A Sustainable Way of Gardening: Community Gardens

    Seattle, Portland, Long Beach, St. Paul, Honolulu, San Jose, Baltimore, Washington D. C. , Anchorage, and Louisville. These are the highest ten cities which have probably the most group gardens. A sustainable neighborhood backyard is when a bunch of people in a sure neighborhood or community come together and create a garden using tools that […] More

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    ANZ Sustainable Business Practices

    “Sustainable” business practices are being touted, or even required, more and more by western society. What is ANZ’s sustainability policy and how is this congruent (or not) with cutting edge sustainability thinking and theory. Does this thinking and practice change across borders? And if so, how does the ANZ’s Australian head office engage with it? […] More

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    A Sustainable Competitive Advantage

    Operations Management is a key component in the success of any firm. The textbook outlines ten critical areas to focus on for Operational Managers–many firms have developed these one or two of these areas into a competitive advantage. One firm, Anhueser-Busch/InBev has successfully incorporated all ten areas of focus and developed them into a legacy of […] More

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    Social Responsibility and Sustainable Business Practices

    Businesses, specifically larger corporations, play a major role in what occurs in society therefore, they are responsible to their stakeholders not only to pursue economic goals but the greater social good as well. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) means that a corporation should act in a way that enhances society and its inhabitants and be held […] More

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    Assignment. Sustainable Tourism

    Marking Criteria 1. Relevance and appropriateness of title & Addressing posed assessment topic/task 2. Sound, logical, clearly developed and well supported argument 3. Clear essay structure (intro, body, conclusion; paragraph structure) & Adherence to good academic writing practice (presentation, grammar, clarity of expression) 4. Depth and breadth of research & Analysis, evaluation and integration of […] More

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    Role Of Education in Sustainable Development

    Sustainable development is that development which will meet the present needs of the community without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Environmental education involves among other things the provision of information, recognizing values, clarifying concepts etc in order to develop skills and attitudes that enable the community to understand and […] More

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    Sustainable Development in Kazakhstan

    Abstract The Republic of Kazakhstan is continuing to develop its extensive petroleum reserves in the Tengiz region of the northeastern part of the Caspian Sea. Large quantities of by-product sulfur are being produced as a result of the removal of hydrogen sulfide from the oil and gas produced in the region. Lack of local markets […] More

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    Drivers of Sustainable Supply Chain Management

    Drivers of Sustainable Supply Chain Management Introduction             Sustainability in all operations of a business is a contemporary issue that ensures firms gain competitive advantage. Supply chain management is a discipline dealing with the reorganization of a firm’s extra-supply activities to achieve a competitive edge in the market and take […] More

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    Sustainable energy storage and distribution

    Sustainable energy storage and distribution Introduction             Sustainable energy refers to the provision of viable energy development which responds to the present energy demands without compromising the possibility of future generations to meet their energy demands (Robinson & Schut, 2014). Some of the technologies which support sustainable energy comprise of the renewable sources of energy […] More