EAUC wishes to express its sincere thanks to all members of its Project Advisory Group, each of whom offered insights from both their current board role and experience in executive and non-executive positions.
EAUC acknowledges with deep gratitude the pro bono services of its Project Management Group, each of whom worked to develop the Guide drawing on their deep sectoral experience as strategic leaders.
EAUC is grateful to all the universities that provided case studies, some of which are included in the Guide with others available on EAUC’s Sustainability Exchange: www.sustainabilityexchange.ac.uk
EAUC is delighted that Rathbones has sponsored the launch of the Guide, in line with their work with universities in the field of sustainability and more specifically impact investing. Their support reinforces the appetite of the business community to build ever stronger links with the higher education sector. More information about Rathbones is available on their website: www.rathbones.com
Lastly, EAUC would like to thank the Department for Social Responsibility and Sustainability at the University of Edinburgh for managing the development of the Guide.
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