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|Students' Perspective Feedback||0||22:12, 20 May 2016|
|Day 1 Feedback||1||22:46, 19 May 2016|
- Some sentences are very long and get confusing
- Under historical context: specific examples of how UBC has "embraced diversity as a value"
- Under historical context: examples of how "The impact of loss of biocultural diversity over the last 100 years continues to manifest in different forms”
- For the following quote, show where UBC has committed to this, and then show examples of how it has failed to live up to the commitment: "UBC has stated values of integrity, mutual respect equity and the public interest in its Vision Statements and strategic plans. However, the links to the importance of biocultural diversity to the are not taken in account in the integration of physical development, social responsibility, and strategic planning"
- Define "social sustainability" and explain the differences between different types of sustainability (social, environmental, economic) and where biodiversity fits into these distinctions
- Centre around a particular problem or story? For example unpack the different layers or implications of a plant or problem
- More focused
Connect attitudes of UBC administration or policy to micro-issues described in case study
- more definitions (e.g. biocultural diversity)
it will be helpful to define the idea of "biocultural diversity" first. it mentioned in the following paragraphs that the case study is intended to increase "cultural diversity and biological diversity", so is biocultural diversity just a combination of the two concepts, or they have interdependent associations etc?