A presentation which helps you to continue the learning and inspiration from the EAUC Annual Conference 2011 held at the University of York between the 11th - 13th April 2011
This paper presents a snapshot of the current position of Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship (ESDGC) in the Higher Education (HE) sector in Wales.
A presentation from the 2011 EAUC Conference about communicating effectively and how to master social media and communicate to different audiences
Here are a selection of useful links to help you embed Education for Sustainability within your institution.
A presentation from the 2011 Conference about creating a ‘Net Positive’ institution.
The Ecotube website has a range of interesting and informative video material on the environment and sustainability
A video from the 2012 Conference of the day 3 keynote address: Satish Kumar, Editor-in-Chief, Resurgence
An EAUC guide on the primary areas of impact and influence in relation to the contributing factors and intervention measures regarding climate change.
Following on from Chris Smith's extremely popular event 'Sustainability in Social Media masterclass' held at the Kyocera Suite on 27 June 2011, we're pleased...
Sustainability and Environmental Policy from South Staffordshire College.
Here is a presentation that was used to present sustainability issues to the Governors of Wakefield College.
Student videos which were created as part of the Environmental Sustainability module of their extracurricular Nottingham Advantage Award.
Hannah Munroe, Sustainability Officer, Newcastle University, thought she would share with EAUC members some banners that they had produced for engaging students with...
A summary of the two-year project "Leading Curriculum Change for Sustainability" lead by University of Gloucestershire.
View two Education for Sustainability (EFS) guides produced by Dr Alex Ryan and Professor Daniella Tilbury from the University of Gloucestershire.
A link to the website of the Staffordshire University hub of regeneration and sustainability where you can find out more about how it works with with regeneration professionals.
A review and guide to Education for sustainable development and holistic curriculum change, written bu Dr Alex Ryan.
SustainabilityZone is designed to help companies in the construction industry improve the sustainability of their businesses through guidance and toolkits.
This pack from the Land Based Colleges National Consortium comes in 3 parts.