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This workshop presentation is from the “Learning and Legacy: The Role of Education in Creating Healthier and Happier Cities” EAUC Annual Conference 2016, presented by Professor Jim Longhurst, Assistant Vice Chancellor; Professor Martin Bigg, Professor of Environmental Technologies; Dr Georgina Gough, Senior Lecturer in ESD; Vicki Harris, Sustainability Team, Facilities; Ian Brooks, Senior Lecturer in Sustainable IT, Department of Computer Science and Creative Technologies; Jamie Darwen, Head Of Student Experience ＆ Enrichment; Dr Sarah Hills, Programme Leader, MSc Sustainable Development in Practice, Department of Geography and Environmental Management; Dr Billy Clayton, Research Fellow and Green Capital Student Capital Project Manager - all of UWE and Gem Heywood,VP Societies and Communication and Rachel Colley, Community Manager - both SU at UWE and falls under the Partnership and Engagement stream. To find more presentations and resources from this Conference, search for EAUCConf16.
This workshop session explored the range of approaches used to engage audiences with the University’s ESD agenda. A short introduction described the UWE approach to ESD and was followed by audience interaction with key elements of the UWE approach to ESD delivery: the SU, T and L, city partnerships and business engagement, volunteering, and UWE as a live brief.
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