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EAUC and the Higher Education Business Continuity Network (HEBCoN) have been working with a group of Members over the last year, with the support of AECOM, to develop a guide and process document to help universities and colleges make progress on climate change adaptation. The suggested approach involves utilising the resilience expertise, process and governance that may already exist within the organisation, to make the topic more accessible to colleagues and minimise the risk that climate change adaptation will become a standalone process.
Following the launch of the finished Guide Climate-resilient universities and colleges - making the case for action, this workshop has introduced the Guide and suggested process to go through at your institution to:
Find the EAUC and HEBCoN Adaptation project resources available to download here.
This session was part of Influence, the EAUC’s 2019 Annual Conference. All resources from the day can be found here.
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