Vulnerability of Human and Natural Systems

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Vulnerability of Human and Natural Systems
Assignment 2: Vulnerability of Human and Natural Systems
Section A: Short Critical Reflections (30 marks) Select one of the assigned readings in each topic in Module I and write a short critical reflection (about 250 words) for each (a total of three critical reflections; ten marks for each reflection). You may find it helpful to use one or more of the focus questions included in the activity as a guide. The critical reflection should present your own thoughts and responses to the reading. Thus, it is an interaction between the ideas in the reading and your own interpretation and response to what you have read. The critical reflection is a polished piece of writing that will be assessed using the...
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.....or for worse.
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