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For more than a decade, The Australian National University (ANU) has actively used its campuses and surrounding communities as interactive classrooms where students research and learn about sustainability in practice. Sustainability projects have encompassed all disciplines and every level of the university curriculum and have focused on diverse environmental issues. The university has benefited by gaining student insights into genuine sustainability questions, while students have gained skills, knowledge and practical experience in tackling real world challenges.
Coursework collaborations help students to reflect on the ecological impact of the university and their contribution to it while demonstrating that their actions can make a difference. Armed with the skills and knowledge to address real world issues, students are more likely to be confident in their abilities to create a better future. In this manner, campus sustainability projects benefit not only the individual students, but the university and wider community as a whole.
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