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Since 2013, the London Institute of Banking and Finance (previously called ifs University College) has been building and expanding its sustainability framework, which is designed for its specialist financial programmes.
Its overarching objective is to develop long-term, forward-facing and responsible financial thinking and practice. It has incorporated sustainable finance in all its learning and teaching and has embedded its concepts in its module specifications, learning materials, teaching and assessments. It has created an online Sustainability Toolkit, which contains a wide range of resources, including the Sustainability Challenge, its own literacy test.
It is constantly developing ways of engaging on issues of financial and related pillars of sustainability with its Academic Community, who are now much more aware and informed on their importance. It continues to connect on a wide range of sustainability issues with external bodies in education, finance and business in order to promote sustainable futures for the people of today and tomorrow.
1 Understanding and defining what sustainability means for the organisation
2 Engaging with external bodies such as EAUC, UKSIF, universities and businesses
3 Gaining academic staff acceptance of the relevance of sustainability.
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