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Information technology has enabled significant improvements in the standard of living of much of the world, and through its contributions to greater transport efficiency,...
The Carbon Scenario Tool has been developed as a joint funded project between the University of Edinburgh and the Scottish Funding Council. The tool was designed principally to...
This webinar took place on 30th June 2016, with the video providing an introduction to the Carbon Scenario Tool background, structure and capabilities, and a live demonstration...
This presentation on 'EAUC Tools' was given as part of a morning workshop on 'Tools and Techniques for Sustainability Management and Reporting' at...
A blog post from De Montfort University (DMU) sustainability team that shares some useful tips on keeping your food fresher for longer.
A great message from University of Leicester that explains how the University balances its business targets within a sustainable framework.
Five case studies of student-led and staff-supported green offices from the Netherlands & UK, developed to inspire you to adapt the Green Office Principles to your university
The Green Office Model is an open-source tool, freely available for everyone under a Creative Commons license. It is spreading rapidly across Europe with ten established...
Over December 2014 the EAUC created a series of resources to inspire and keep sustainability at the forefront of everyone’s minds during the festive season.
A video created as a snapshot of the EAUC Annual Conference 2014 at Nottingham Trent University.
Free to EAUC Members - an easy to use tool that can measure and help you map and improve sustainability in your institution
A case study from Sussex Downs College where an online learning tool was developed (SustainIT) to minimise carbon footprint.
Christmas Switch off resources to remind staff to switch off over the holidays.
A quiz that can be used a Christmas to engage staff and students with sustainability.
A EAUC Member only resource which provides a 20 minute 'introduction to sustainability' elearning module to use as an engagement tool.
CEBenchbuild is an Excel tool that allows HEIs and FECs to benchmark the energy performance of buildings on their estate and compare it to national yardsticks.
Examples of some recycling quizzes to use for staff and student engagement.