The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) distributes public money for teaching and research to universities and colleges. In doing so, it aims to promote high quality education and research, within a financially healthy sector. The Council also plays a key role in ensuring accountability and promoting good practice.
To find out more about HEFCE, visit www.hefce.ac.uk
A guide to promote improved biodiversity management and good practice in the HE sector based on a project by HEFCE.
This LGM project led by Bournemouth University aims to promote leadership support for sustainable development.
A University of Bradford led project stimulating strategic change & operational improvements by working with estates & other departments with energy/environmental...
This project, delivered by University of Northampton, puts partnership working at the centre of sustainable development and recognises that universities need to demonstrate...
The LGM HEFCE funded project, led by University of Nottingham, provided guidance to business schools on the integration and communication of social, economic and ecological...
A case study on Oxford University reducing energy use from out-of-hours working in research buildings
A summary of the two-year project "Leading Curriculum Change for Sustainability" lead by University of Gloucestershire.
Sustainable development in higher education: 2008 update to HEFCE's strategic statement and action plan.
HEFCE's Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) supports HEIs' knowledge exchange activities and interactions with business and the wider community
GreenBuild was a LGM project, mainly financed by the four UK funding bodies including HEFCE, and AUDE, with additional support from the Carbon Trust with two workstreams
A summary from HEFCE for measuring scope 3 carbon emissions
A HEFCE commissioned report to carry out an evaluation of the Revolving Green Fund (RGF).
The output from 3 consultation seminars which contributed to the 2009 sustainable development action plan.
This document is an updated strategic statement and action plan on sustainable development in the higher education sector following feedback received on the consultation...
This document from HEFCE offers guidance for institutions on producing individual carbon reduction strategies, targets and associated carbon management plans.
TRAC, Transparent Approach to Costing, is the standard methodology used by UK HEIs for costing their main activities.