1800 words maximum (+/- 10%)
10% penalty for each day late (calculated at exactly 11:59 each day).
40% of Final Mark
The aim of this task is to assess your ability to analyse a sustainable development project
using an analytical approaches discussed during the term. Sustainable Development Project in the Rural China.
1. Selecting a sustainable development project of your choice, evaluate its
implementation and propose two improvements that will allow the project to better
‘meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations
to meet their own needs’.
In addition to the any media sources you might like to use for context, include at least 8
academic references (the Reference List is not counted towards the word limit, but in-text
citations are counted). Each submission is allowed one relevant table or image that does not
count towards the word count. Sustainable Development Project in the Rural China.
Any clarifications or questions will hereafter be answered on the LMS FAQ.
For this task, it is expected that you produce an analysis rather than a description. Do not
merely summarise the literature or describe what others have said. Originality and creativity
are features of High Distinction, but always in the context of academic publications and
thinking (i.e., consult Bloom’s taxonomy). Do not cite lectures, but you are welcome to use
the literature cited in class to find arguments or points. Sustainable Development Project in the Rural China.
See the marking scheme on the LMS for a detailed description of the assessment criteria. This
is the document (i.e., rubric) that your lecturer and tutor(s) are using to grade this assessment.
It is critical that you read the question thoroughly. Make use of headings and sub-headings,
which do count for your word count, but which help your markers. Sustainable Development Project in the Rural China
Clarity is a key determinant of good marks: good ideas poorly communicated lead to poor
results. It is critical that you write clearly and present a logical case. If you have difficulties or
are unsure about your writing, please make an appointment with Academic Skills at
https://unimelb-insight.symplicity.com. Sustainable Development Project in the Rural China.
Sustainable Development Project in the Rural China
In 2010, the World Bank, in collaboration with the Global Environment Facility (GEF)
Trust Fund and the government of China, initiated a development project in Chongqing, Henan
and Shaanxi, rural regions of China most plagued by poverty. The project cost US$ 104.265,
with the World Bank and the GEF lending to China US$ 100 million and 4.265 million
respectively (The World Bank, 2017). The general objective of the project was to improve the
living standards and financial independence of the local population. This study critically analyse
this project. Sustainable Development Project in the Rural China………
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