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Sustainable Engineering for Global Challenges

Module Name: Sustainable Engineering for Global Challenges
Module Code: UFMFBM-30-M
This module will be assessed in two ways:
• 15 minutes individual presentation (25% of total module marks). – Component A
• Group report (75% of total module marks) – Component B
Component A: Individual Presentation Brief
You are provided with the case study of “Sustainability at the Oman Environmental Service Holding Company (Be’ah)”.
Oman Environmental Service Holding Company S.A.O.C. (Arabic name: Be’ah) was established in 2007 as a fully owned government
company. In 2009, a Royal Decree No. 46/2009 granted be’ah the mandate and the legal status as the entity responsible for solid waste
management in Sultanate of Oman. Within this umbrella, be’ah works on moving towards sustainable waste management practices as per
international standards by establishing the required infrastructure, restructure the municipal waste collection services, and improve public
awareness of waste management.
In recent decades, more and more companies around the globe are working to reengineer their products, business models and core
processes in pursuit of “sustainability.” Even as governments, not-for profits and other institutions worked to improve environmental and
societal metrics. In Oman, many feel that it is the government sector that holds the most potential for radical improvement due to its sheer
size, its impact on everyday life and its propensity for wealth-creation via innovation. The United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development
Goals (SDGs) offer a set of priorities and targets for public and private sector players. Though sustainability was not originally a core goal
for Oman Environmental Service Holding Company at its earliest stages, it soon became an integral part of the company’s core strategy.
The company discovered that a massive amount of recyclable waste is dumped into landfills, and they started working to bring these
wastes back into the country’s circular economy.
By applying the theories presented by the teaching team and external guest lecturers, you are required to carry out a 15-minute
presentation and address the following points:
• The company’s journey and its business model.
• Be’ah’s sustainable development strategies and key plans.
• Successful and failed sustainable strategies of the company and link it with the UN SDGs.
• Analyze three components of the sustainable development plans of the company.
• What elements of Be’ah’s concept and business model can help improve environmental sustainability and other societal
development goals?
• Present your reflections on Be’ah’s overall strategy for sustainable development.
• Recommendations for Be’ah in terms of strategic focus and partnership for future sustainable growth.
You may arrange to meet with the module team to discuss issues relating to the presentations. It is important to note that meetings are
not opportunities to rehearse your presentations or to seek feedback on them; their purpose is to deal with concerns/questions only.
Further instructions:
Based on the task outlined above, each individual is required to carry out a 15 minutes Power Point presentation. The presentation will be
made to a panel, and all other students in class. There is no maximum or minimum number of slides, but the entire presentation should
not be more than 15 minutes’ duration after which you will be stopped. Being stopped may impact your mark negatively as information
may not be complete.
The panel may raise questions during the presentation if an issue is considered unclear. However, more substantial questions will be raised
at the end of the presentation. Panel’s members reserve the full right to ask questions as they consider appropriate. In addition, students
are particularly encouraged to ask questions, suggest issues after the presentation etc.
As a controlled assessment, students are encouraged to attend the presentation and failing to attend the presentation assessment session
will result in ZERO mark.
With no exception, an electronic copy of the presentation (PowerPoint) should be e-mailed to the module team at least 24 hours before
the presentation date.
Marking Criteria for the Presentation
The presentation assessment will be subject to both internal moderation and external validation by the external examiner. The presentation
will be assessed using the criteria on the markers’ assessment form as presented in this handbook.
Component B: Group Report (3000 words)
This task is a to prepare you for writing a strategic consultancy report that draws its knowledge, recommendation, and advice from both
academic and practitioner publications. The reports should help stakeholders, including governments at all levels (national, regional, and
local), to have deep understanding of your chosen SDG. The group must clearly determine their own chosen SDG from the UN SDGs.
One of the biggest challenges when it comes to understanding Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs) is determining where we are on
the journey towards accomplishing the UN SDGs.
Students will identify one of Sustainable Development Goal and analyze where a company of their choice is today in delivering the
sustainable development goal. The students will identify the key elements and factors that hinder or facilitate the achievement of the
identified sustainable goals and make recommendations on the way forward using engineering and innovative solutions.
The group must aim to offer a practical guide on how to achieve SDGs in line with the strategic vision or goal of the chosen company and
how to measure performance of the proposed solution within a given period, minimum of three years and maximum of five years.
Group Size: 2 in a team
Word limit: 3000 words maximum including any introduction and conclusion (but excluding Title page, abstract, table of contents, list
of figures, list of tables, references, and appendices) Plus or minus 10%.
Submission: To be submitted through email.
Spacing 1 ½ or double line spacing
Font size: 12 font sizes
Reference style: UWE Harvard Referencing style. See the link below:
Front page Each report should have a front page indicating the title of the report, the names of all team members, the group number,
the module name, and code.
Marking scheme Refer to the “Group Project Marking Scheme”.
Criteria for marking
Abstract – should summarize concisely in no more than 250 words the context of the report in terms of SDGs under consideration, the
proposed recommendations, measurement criteria and conclusions.
Introduction – should give a brief explanation of the SDGs under consideration and present the overall aim, objectives, and deliverables
of the report. The last section should provide an outline of the remaining section of the report.
Main body – this section should be dedicated to critical analysis focusing on key elements and factors that hinder or facilitate the
achievement of the identified the SDGs, proposed recommendations including performance measurements.
Conclusion – The section should summarize the entire reports and the reflection of the lesson learned working as a group.
Key Dates
Presentation Date: May 2 to 4, 2023
Report Hand-in date: May 11, 2023
Good Academic Practice and Assessment Offenses
GCET is fully committed to ensuring that students follow ‘good academic practice’ in the writing/producing and submission of all types of
assessments to ensure honesty and integrity in academic practice. Every student is expected to act with integrity in relation to the
production and representation of academic work and in acknowledging the contributions of others in their work. Engaging in any academic
breach constituting an assessment offense such as collusion, plagiarism, Fabrication or Misrepresentation, contractual cheating. will be
investigated and could lead to penalties under the UWE Assessment Offences Policy.

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