You are a volunteer in a public interest group that is focused on sustainability. You have been asked to write a short piece for the general public to communicate about the Aboriginal Carbon Foundation and how they are addressing sustainability issues. You can select environmental, social, or economic sustainability issues.
Write a short essay (750 words +/- 10%) about the importance of two (2) sustainability issues relating to the Aboriginal Carbon Foundation. This essay is for external use by the Aboriginal Carbon Foundation (AbCF). This means the AbCF is communicating to the public about what they are doing about sustainability.
You must discuss two sustainability issues that AbCF is addressing and why these sustainability issues are important for external stakeholders, and why AbCF is acting in the interest of the public. You should draw on your knowledge of two (2) of the commerce disciplines we have covered in the subject up until the end of Week 7 (Accounting, Actuarial, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing). i.e. Issue 1 from the perspective of discipline X, and Issue 2 from the perspective of discipline Y.
The sustainability issues you select must be different from the two sustainability issues you chose in Assessment 1, and the discipline perspectives you select must also be different from the ones you used in Assessment 1.
You need to explain why you think these issues are important for external stakeholders and why AbCF is acting in the best interests of stakeholders. Draw the materials from the online modules, readings, and workshops to support your claims, but only reference where you are using specific evidence, or you’re a quoting.
Use a rhetorical writing style to make a persuasive argument that AbCF is acting in best interests of all stakeholders in relation to the sustainability issues you have identified. You should present the two issues and your explanation of those issues. When writing in a rhetorical style, you must do more than just present the facts. You must present a whole cohesive argument and not make assumptions about prior knowledge of your target audience.