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Living Landscapes introduces students to the diversity of human and physical landscapes across the modern world. Landscapes are both ‘vast and past’, shaped by physical and human geographical processes, which are often interdependent. Living Landscapes will allow students to investigate world-forming processes by introduction to the platform geographical skills of analysis, description and communication via diverse assessments and a blend of traditional lecture and small group learning environments. The unit content will examine how humans across the world are part of, and also create, unique landscapes that have issues including rapid environmental change, hazards, poverty and resource depletion.