Research institutions are the main source of the innovation and discovery driving our global economy and social world. The integration of sustainability into research practices, at all stages, can hugely impact members of society whether they're directly engaged with a particular study or not.
For research-intensive institutions, sustainability can be integrated via two perspectives, as outlined below:
If you can provide a research paper to the Sustainability Exchange that can be listed as a resource, please get in touch.
SDG Accord Report 2023 - Case Studies
SDG Accord Report 2022: Progress towards the Global Goals in the University and College sector
SDG Accord Report 2022 - Case Studies
Sam Barnett from Forth Environmental Resilience Array introduced their project, hosted by the University of Stirling at the EAUC-Scotland Forum Meeting in December 2021. The...
Ellie Summer Reynolds
Clean Growth UK (three regional hubs, the University of Brighton, Liverpool John Moores University and the University of Portsmouth)
A new relationship with nature - for human and nature’s wellbeing
Out of the fire and into the electric pressure cooker - sparking a clean cooking revolution on a global scale
Sustainable Fashion Glossary
Thinking globally, working locally: Co-developing net zero solutions at scale
An agricultural bio-economy: From green dream to sustainable reality
Six years of SDGs – some background information to facilitate a review
Launch of the second annual SDG report; ‘Progress towards the Global Goals in the University and College sector'.
We recognise that as an SDG Accord signatory, institutions have great stories to tell on how SDGs are being integrated within their community. As part of the institutional SDG...