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Course learning outcomes
By the end of this unit you should be able to:
know the impacts that climate change is having on the natural environment;
understand how climate change can lead to habitat destruction and how habitat destruction can interact with other aspects of climate change to threaten the survival of some animal species;
understand how climate change has the potential to exacerbate air pollution with potentially life threatening consequences;
understand how soil erosion may be made worse by climate change and could in turn lead to further climate change;
recognise how systems work by seeing the relationships between climate and other forms of environmental change.
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- Level 1: Introductory
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