Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation.
Despite steady improvements in manufacturing output and employment, renewed investment will be needed in the least developed countries to build needed infrastructure and ensure the doubling of industry’s share of GDP in those countries by 2030.
Sustainable futures through online learning
Green Growth Platform - connect, innovate, grow
Stu Brew - Europe’s first student-run microbrewery
Utter Rubbish - an app to tackle fly tipping and improve recycling across the UK
Catching fire for carbon reductions
From coal to cloud - Newcastle University Urban Sciences Building
Sustain It Bottle
Uni-link buses for better air
Project SCENe: Sustainable Community Energy Networks
Beyond Consumer Capitalism Foundations for a Sustainable Prosperity
Sustainable Prosperity and Democracy A Research Agenda
Embedding Sustainability within University procurement pioneers, pitfalls, priorities
Love to Ride UniCycle Pilot Getting more students & staff riding by understanding behaviour change Partnership with NUS and the EAUC Department for...
Tom Parkes Environmental Manager
Professor Simon Kemp Professorial Fellow in Education for Sustainable Development
Paul Crossley Sustainability Projects Lead
This is the fourth Sustainability Report, looking at what sustainability means to Queen Mary University of London (QMUL)