Module Identifier BSM6010  
Academic Year 2001/2002  
Co-ordinator Dr Andrew Walker  
Semester Available all semesters  
Assessment Assignment   2,000 words    

Aims and objectives

The main aims of this introductory module are to define environmental auditing and to consider the development of environmental auditing. It will also set the context within which environmental auditing can reduce the environmental impact of human activity, and can be used as a tool to help achieve sustainable development. The module provides an introduction to some aspects of the "environment" that are likely to be affected by the impact of industrial activity. By introducing the subjects of air pollution, water pollution and the contamination of land the module will, again, place the need for environmental auditing in context.

Module objectives / Learning outcomes

Enabling objectives

After studying this module you should be able to:

Terminal objective: