The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) distributes public money for teaching and research to universities and colleges. In doing so, it aims to promote high quality education and research, within a financially healthy sector. The Council also plays a key role in ensuring accountability and promoting good practice.
To find out more about HEFCE, visit www.hefce.ac.uk
EAUC and AUDE are delighted to launch guidance for the education sector on how to calculate Scope 3 carbon emissions. EAUC and AUDE are committed to supporting the sector....
A new linking tool has enabled schools and colleges to identify their National Network for Collaborative Outreach (NNCO).
Economic, social and environmental sustainability is about assuring the future through developing resilience and adaptability in staff and students, through building...
This presentation is from the “Challenging Connections” EAUC Annual Conference 2015, presented by The University of Nottingham, HEFCE and University of Bradford.
How to manage fuel consumption on the road, from the basics to more advanced tips
The HEFCE presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2014 outlining the sustainable development framework
Grow Allot is an exciting initiative created by the City College Plymouth to restore an area of disused ground at its Kings Road site into an allotment style, community garden.
This facility will provide unique curriculum and learning opportunities for further and higher education and for research and development throughout Belfast and Northern Ireland.
The Rosalind Franklin refurbishment has been a cornerstone in the School of Science and Technology teaching and learning facilities at Nottingham Trent University.
Topical information for managers and others in audit, estates, finance and administration in higher education institutions
The Revolving Green Fund provides recoverable grants to institutions for projects investing in energy-efficiency and low-carbon technologies to reduce their carbon emissions
A presentation by Joanna Simpson from the EAUC 13th Annual Conference 2009.
The winners' brochure from the 2005-2006 Green Gown Awards
This reuse implementation guide has been compiled as part of the HEFCE funded project “Moving Towards Zero-Waste”
A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2012 about some of the projects being funded by HEFCE under the Revolving Green Funds and some good advice on how to plan for...
A HEEPI Report on the European Union Emission Trading Scheme, EU Environmental Performance of Buildings Directive and the proposed Carbon Reduction Commitment.
Information on the London School of Economics' HEFCE-funded project, moving towards zero waste.
A project that designed, implemented and evaluated a suite of social software applications, to encourage positive changes.
Here is a project summary of the LGM HEFCE funded project, led by Harper Adams University College to develop Carbon Management Strategies.
The EcoCampus encourages and rewards universities for moving towards environmental sustainability and therefore good operational and management practice.