The annual EAUC Conference proved once more why it is a firm favourite for education and sustainability professionals alike last week. Held at the beautiful Keele Univeristy, we debuted our exciting new academic side to the event, and showcased an impressive line up of workshops and keynote speakers.
In a series of firsts for the conference; this year was the first time it has had both a campus stream and an academic stream and workshops were collaborative and hugely inspiring. It was also the first year that a journal will be produced that captures all of the best practice and shared learning from presenters.
Sponsored by Carbon Credentials, the conference focus was aligned with Goal 17 of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ‘partnerships for the goals’ and this theme continued throughout the whole event.
The session will emphasise practical student’s engagement through partnership and involving community into the curriculum.
Making the case for investment in sustainable buildings presents a significant challenge in the face of budgetary and teaching pressures.
Laboratories are extremely energy/material intensive, and yet remain one of the more challenging areas to achieve sustainability. To address this, we have developed a new tool...
The session will explain how UCL have implemented rigorous governance and effective relationship building to shift attitudes across the institution, with engineers, maintenance...
This session will provide delegates with the opportunity to workshop their ideas for living lab projects at their own institutions.
This session will explore the recipe for successful implementation of sustainable practices in teaching laboratories.
This session explores the premise that university taught courses can be “opened up” beyond their student cohort to support local action for sustainable development.
The session will explain how the initiative was implemented and explore the dramatic change in consumer behaviour, which has seen reusable cup use increase more than tenfold and...
This interactive workshop explores how collaboration can be used to measure and communicate the benefits provided by campus greenspace.
As a practical case study in answering such questions, an ongoing examination of the Sustainability Hub at Keele University is presented.
The session tells the story of the ‘Rounder Sense of Purpose’ competence framework, highlights its novel features, including the peer assessment model, and shares...