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-Take the coursera course: Philosophy and Critical Thinking+**Take the coursera course: Philosophy and Critical Thinking 
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 Link: https://​www.edx.org/​course/​philosophy-critical-thinking-uqx-meta101x-0 Link: https://​www.edx.org/​course/​philosophy-critical-thinking-uqx-meta101x-0
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 **CARBON FOOTPRINT REPORT **CARBON FOOTPRINT REPORT
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 {{:​courses:​ct60a7000:​spring2016:​green:​greening:​carbon_footprint_reporting.pdf|}} {{:​courses:​ct60a7000:​spring2016:​green:​greening:​carbon_footprint_reporting.pdf|}}
  
 **3 ARTICLES ​ **3 ARTICLES ​
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 __Article 1__: Implementation of Green ICT for Sustainable Economic Development __Article 1__: Implementation of Green ICT for Sustainable Economic Development
  
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 **4 EXAM QUESTIONS ​ **4 EXAM QUESTIONS ​
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 1. //How do you define sustainability in your own word?// ​ 1. //How do you define sustainability in your own word?// ​
  
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 This is quite an opinion based question. However, it’s interesting to know how people from developing or developed countries think of the sustainability,​ how their countries should be responsible of the environmental issues or how much their countries have been doing for sustainability so far.  This is quite an opinion based question. However, it’s interesting to know how people from developing or developed countries think of the sustainability,​ how their countries should be responsible of the environmental issues or how much their countries have been doing for sustainability so far. 
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-====== **Groupwork** 
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-Chapter 7 : GreenIT and Personal Change