Universities and colleges are increasingly seen as vital focal points to stimulate much needed growth and innovation rather than being separate and distinct from the concerns of the real world. Engagement with wider society and in particular business and industry is now often central to the activities of an institution and potentially an important revenue stream as funding cuts begin to be felt. The nature of relationships between business, industry and institutions can be an important measure of social responsibility, the extent to which all parties commit to working together in ways that also benefit wider society.
Embedding sustainability at Aston University
The Public Bodies Climate Change Duties came into play in 2016 with annual reports due each November. The universities and colleges of Scotland are supported by SSN and the...
A step-by-step mapping tool to prioritise and characterise food and drink by-products and wastes.
Introduction to Sustainable New Product Development (S-NPD) provides guidance for those involved in NPD and product design who wish to improve the sustainability of their...
It’s simple – reducing the amount of food your business throws away can boost your bottom line.
The Society for the Environment celebrated environmental professionalism through its Environmental Professional of the Year Award today.
“With the introduction of the UK’s Modern Slavery Act (MSA), commercial organisations with a turnover of £36 million or more are required to produce an annual...
EAUC-Scotland Energy TSN and ALUC Utilities UIG Meeting in St Andrews. Minutes include APUC-Scotland, Presentations from University of St Andrews and JRF Chimney
This workshop presentation is from the “Global Goals: Local Action” EAUC Annual Conference 2017, presented by Professor John French, CEO Adapt Group - University of...
This workshop presentation is from the “Global Goals: Local Action” EAUC Annual Conference 2017, presented by Professor James Longhurst, Assistant Vice Chancellor -...
Preparing for a job in sustainability
Understanding jobs in sustainability
Winning a job in sustainability
Resource on the third part of the Careers Project: Winning a Job in Sustainability, including webinar.
Resources from the 'Financing and Managing Projects for Change' Summit from the EAUC-Scotland Conference 2017.
Presentation from the 'Building Socially Responsible Institutions' Summit at the EAUC-Scotland Conference 2017.
Resource on the second part of the Careers Project: Preparing for a Job in Sustainability, including webinar.
Resource on the first part of the Careers Project: Understanding Sustainability Jobs. This includes a link to a webinar held on the same topic.
Green UWE Bristol - 21 good things at Frenchay campus, University of the West of England.
This builds on our core strengths in teaching and research across all of our faculties. It reflects our vision to use our strengths to contribute to the enhancement of social,...