EAUC Featured in Environmental Scientist

19th February 2018

While University Living Labs are not unique to sustainability, those of us leading next generation sustainability for next generation learning unashamedly embrace their promise: applied learning and employability skills for students, problem-solving for campus managers, a rich and real-world learning experience for academics, and a redefined student experience and new levels of student retention and satisfaction for senior managers.

In order to help drive this revolution, ably led by Hassan Waheed, the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC) conducted a research project on Living Labs in the higher education sector which you can read about in Hassan’s article. If we are to be stewards of people and planet, the education that got us here, won’t get us there. We celebrate and thank IES for dedicating this edition to the transformational agenda which is Living Labs and hope you will seek opportunities for the co-creation of sustainability solutions that the Living Labs agenda facilitates. 

Read EAUC's Iain Patton's editorial and view Hassan Waheed's research here
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