Order DescriptionPlease note that, whatever your choice, your coursework must relate to specific business
practices/ industries and it has to clearly identify how that specific business industry impacts on
the natural environment and on society. Highlight what are the key issues (hazards, risks, impacts)
it triggers, when did these issues start to become a serious worry and why, and what measures
did the business come up with to minimize or avoid those issues once they were identified. You
should also consider reflecting briefly on what the specific business/industry might implement to
reduce their further impact on natural resources and contribute to generate societal well-being.
You are expected to use your time wisely and start independent secondary research, i.e. using
books, notes, RUL Discovery, Journals, and any other documents that may help you gather
enough information and illustrative case studies on the topic on which you may base your arguments.
It is to be presented in class in the form of a Wall Poster (printed or “glued patchwork” A1 size
The Poster should aim to support your investigation showing your own perception of
sustainability (environmental and social aspects) and its relevance to the business and economic
matrix; it will also give you the opportunity to explore a holistic approach of topics and use skills
such as qualitative and quantitative analysis that have described over the module.
Bibliography (i.e. the full list of sources analysed including the pictures) is to be included (it can be
attached to the back of the Poster) using the Harvard referencing style.
Consider checking on what the learning outcomes of the module are, as they will all be evaluated
during this Poster presentation.