Assessment 1 requires students (working individually) to come up with a World Water Day project

Assessment 1 requires students (working individually) to come up with a World Water Day project idea to pitch to Griffith University. The project should align with Griffith University’s sustainability goals (see Griffith University Sustainability), as well as World Water Day’s objectives (see 22 March World Water Day) (i.e., an event/project that raises awareness about water and/or aimed at tackling the global water crisis and/or advocates the sustainable management of water resources).  Griffith University will provide $10,000 to develop, market, and run the project. Students will submit a ‘Project Pitch’ (maximum 1200 words) that: 1) thoroughly explains a World Water Day project idea that can be delivered within the $10,000 project budget, 2) explains how the project will meet Griffith University’s needs, as well as aligning with World Water Day’s objectives, 3) identifies any other relevant key stakeholders and how their needs/interests will be served through the project/event. Please include a short introduction and conclusion in your submission. Assessment 1 is due 4pm, 26th August, 2021. Students will submit their Project Pitch online via SafeAssign on the 2209THS Learning@Griffith course site. Presentation instructions • Submissions must be typed in 11pt Times New Roman font with 1.5

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