A strategic commitment at all levels within a university or college is a fundamental prerequisite if the institution is to be successful in taking forward sustainability. All research on the implementation of sustainability has told the same story: the commitment of the leaders within the organisation is critical, as is encouraging and supporting staff at all levels to be leaders.
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Professor James Longhurst (Jim) leads the University of the West of England’s (UWE) approach to embedding sustainability into the business of the University, particularly...
Diana has grown up in what is classed as one of the most deprived areas of Greater Manchester and understands firsthand the lack of opportunities and community based activities
Ian is an inspirational and tenacious individual who has produced a step change in sustainability for Hull College. It seems there has been no stone left unturned in the quest...
Over the last six years, Keith Holmes has been Environmental Champion within Coventry University’s School of Art and Design.
Shane Foster is a committed and dedicated catalyst for change and continuous improvement. Shane has been innovative in driving sustainability from the classroom to the...
Jonathan is a true champion who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to embed, create a legacy for sustainability, and successfully engage his College staff to further...
Joel Cardinal is absolutely tireless, working ridiculous hours to be part of a vast range of environmental activities, from building projects to research to student societies to...
Emily has been a pioneer for the University, carving a place for sustainability initiatives, generating University-wide interest & determinedly driving sustainability up the...
GUEST is a student led environmental sustainability body who strive to engage the broader University community to promote ecological awareness and positive environmental action
From saving electricity to increasing biodiversity and pioneering the use of organic calico, Rachel engages community members, students and staff from diverse disciplines
The real question was ‘How does one embed sustainability in the ethos of an institution?' We achieved this through a whole range of initiatives
By following the below link, you will be able to find out information about ReEntry, the service delivered by Interface to ensure their products have another life beyond their use.
Mission Zero is Interface's aim to be fully sustainable by 2020. This resource gives you access to the infographic, the "What If" report and the video "There...
Net-Works enables local residents to collect discarded nets, which wreak havoc with the marine ecosystem, and sell them back into a global supply chain
NUS conducts monthly surveys among students to gauge opinions on a range of issues, some of which related to climate change and sustainability.
The Winners' Brochure for the International Green Gown Awards 2014 which brings together the finalists and winners of these Awards which are growing globally.
A presentation by Jo Matthews from the EAUC 13th Annual Conference 2009.
A presentation by Mike Barry from the EAUC 13th Annual Conference 2009.
A presentation by David Beards from the 13th Annual EAUC Conference 2009.
The guide contains video clips, insights, tips and adaptable tools for institutions to take and use, to help in the development of strategic approaches to EfS
A video created as a snapshot of the EAUC Annual Conference 2014 at Nottingham Trent University.
EAUC's Annual and Impact reports from 2013 showing a year of work and achievement.
Legal update for EAUC Members (September 2014) which includes batteries directive, SWMP in wales, ISO 140001, plastic bag charges.
This leaflet uses the assessment made in the manifesto to set out 10 main areas for action for an incoming government in 2015.
UCU handbook which is designed to support the work of UCU members who represent the union on environmental issues.
Legal update for EAUC Members (September 2012) about the replacement of Business Link and Direct.gov
Association of University Directors of Estate's (AUDE) comprehensive annual report which details the impact of University estates and facilities across the UK (2014).
Claire Mather emailed the Members’ network to ask who has annual CSR, Sustainability, Environmental and Health, Safety and Environment Reports – see the results.
A quarterly briefing paper which is submitted to AUDE members which ensures the voice of the EAUC and its Members are heard at this strategic level. September 2014 issue.
A quarterly briefing paper which is submitted to AUDE members which ensures the voice of the EAUC and its Members are heard at this strategic level. May 2014 issue.
How to create the ultimate sustainability business case using carbon, energy, staffing and biodiversity as examples. Also includes the top 10 things to include.
This handbook is designed to support the work of members who represent the union on environmental issues. It will help in the appointment of new reps and contribute to put...
EAUC is delighted and proud to announce the Green Gown Awards finalists 2014 - all vying for the most prestigious recognition of best practice within the tertiary education sector.
Global carpet tile manufacturer, Interface, worked with Middlesex University on the refurbishment of Fenella House, Hendon Campus, to provide sustainable and innovative flooring...
World's largest carpet tile manufacturer achieves 100% renewable energy, virtually zero water in manufacturing and zero waste to landfill at its European manufacturing...
A presentation from EAUC annual conference 2014 on the systemic approach to embedding sustainability taken by the University of Wales Trinity Saint David UWTSD
A presentation from the 2014 Conference where the University of Cambridge is used a case study to provide guidance and best practice on how to set up and implement a Living Lab.
Free to EAUC Members - an easy to use tool that can measure and help you map and improve sustainability in your institution
Presentation from 18th EAUC Annual Conference 2014 by Dr. Louise Ellis, Head of Sustainability and James Dixon-Gough, Sustainability Officer, University Leeds.
In this presentation from 18th EAUC Annual Conference, the unique challenges faced by small and specialist institutions in developing their approach to sustainability are explored.
A presentation from the 2014 Annual Conference about the Universities and Colleges Climate Commitment for Scotland (UCCCfS) model.
The HEFCE presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2014 outlining the sustainable development framework
A presentation from the 2014 Conference which explores the conundrum of how to move sustainability to the centre-ground of leadership, the arguments to make, the rhetoric to...
This pre-Conference session uses an excerpt from a recent EAUC CPD course 'self-leadership for sustainability' to challenge and inspire you to look again at your own...
This interactive session was designed to round off the EAUC 2014 Annual Conference by bringing the focus of sustainability back onto the delegates and their teams
A plenary presentation from the 18th EAUC Annual Conference 2014 about the strategies and challenges that are involved in embedding sustainability across the institution.
This presentation summarizes the 25 minute 'exchange' session presented by Carbon Credentials on their recent Carbon Management Plan workshop.
A summary document from AUDE about the Shaping Agendas report, plus the report itself, which provides further information on the relevant issues to higher education estates.
Open to staff, students or external individuals, the EAUC Scotland Team proudly presented the second EAUC Scotland Conference in Glasgow on 20 February 2014.
Winners’ brochure from the Green Gown Awards 2013, now in their 9th year, recognise the exceptional sustainability initiatives being undertaken by tertiary education