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This session looked at the effect of working with students to change the curriculum for the better.
Many attempts have been made to influence behaviour in a positive way e.g. recycling correctly, using design-thinking, participatory design, and choice architecture. However,...
KCL Sustainability Team shared lessons learned from these different projects, including easy wins, challenges to overcome, and unintended consequences to be aware of.
Connecting with nature should be part of every child’s life as it has the potential to aid nature’s revival while benefiting the child. To embed nature connection...
This presentation on 'The ISM Tool' was given as part of a morning workshop on 'Tools and Techniques for Sustainability Management and Reporting' at...
Thinking outside the rectangle: beyond the carpark for sustainable transport. In a few short years, implementation of the University of Tasmania’s sustainable transport...
A great message from University of Leicester that explains how the University balances its business targets within a sustainable framework.
The results of a survey about recycling activity that could help universities plan their engagement for Freshers’ Week
A presentation from the 2014 Conference about developing a training package to help deliver your sustainability goals using LSE and UCL as case studies.
A case study about a Change Agent who was tasked with delivering Green Impact at the University of Sheffield.
A presentation with two case studies about how to influence energy saving behaviour without significant capital investment.
With a target of a 24,400 tonne reduction in CO2 emissions by 2020, ‘italladdsup’ was designed to grab attention, increase the importance of energy reduction.
Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is an increasingly important feature of Higher Education which poses new challenges for teaching and learning. Recent Plymouth...
The University of Leeds took part in the UTravelActive project, which promotes health, well-being and sustainable living through encouraging and facilitating active travel.
It has been estimated that 60-70% of internal environmental improvements are dependent on getting staff to change their behaviour
A presentation from the 2012 Conference about focusing on moving from awareness to action – with behaviour change as part of a successful change programme using examples from...
The Framework for Sustainable Lifestyles is a tool to support Defra and external organisations to develop effective approaches to influence behaviour
A paper which emphasises that that social norms are a vital tool for promoting pro-environmental behaviour, but deploying them is more complex than it seems.
Video, presentation and notes from a workshop session about Changing values to create a sustainable culture from the 2012 EAUC Conference.
EAUC Member responses regarding use of meter data to encourage behaviour change by staff and/or students.