2007 Thesis Projects underway...


February 2007

The MSLS class of 2007 is now busy researching and writing their theses...

The Winter semester provides an opportunity for the class to deeply explore a topic and its relationship to shifting towards a sustainable society. The topics chosen this year are both bold and fascinating and include such diverse topics as conflict resolution, supply chain management, large-scale events, food and agriculture, learning in organizations, and many more. A list of working thesis titles is below. If you would like to speak with any of these thesis groups, please let us know and we will put you in contact with them.

  • Backcasting from sustainability principles as applied to energy planning in European communities
  • Synergistic Agriculture: Moving towards sustainable food security for communities
  • Cultural Impact versus Sustainable Tourism in developing regions
  • Land Use, Transport and Energy: Planning for Sustainability
  • Integrating environment in strategic planning towards social sustainability
  • Sustainable supply chain management: strategic alliances as a vehicle for disseminating sustainability
  • Equipping designers with a sustainable framework for interactive retail environments
  • Bringing strategic sustainable development to music festivals in Australia
  • Using the Natural Step Framework for the development of Forest Certification in China
  • Introducing Strategic Sustainable Development in a business incubator
  • Using Strategic Sustainable Development in Conflict Resolution
  • Integrating SSD and Knowledge Management: The Natural Step as a case study.
  • Sustainability in Higher Education: Achieving Success through Vision and Strategy
  • Towards a systems understanding of an individual's impact in strategic sustainable development

To see past thesis topics, click here.

We are also currently accepting ideas to collaborate on interesting thesis projects for the winter semester in 2008. For more information on our request for proposals from interested organisations and the benefits of partnering with us, click here.

 

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