This category recognises a variety of research-based and knowledge-transfer activities within tertiary education which have had tangible effects on practice with regard to sustainability.
Possible activities include:
Eligible entries can include both large-scale projects with major impacts as well as small-scale projects that provide tangible impacts in focused areas, or amongst specific target audiences. The judges will be looking for applications which can demonstrate a clear cause-and-effect relationship between the research and positive outcomes.
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The 2014 Green Gown Awards Winners’ Brochure which explores the journeys all these institutions have taken.
The Living Laboratory has allowed students from diverse academic backgrounds to create dynamic research projects, identifying solutions to the environmental sustainability...
This Huddersfield University project sought to identify effective community-based arrangements for sustainable forest use.
The Local Wisdom project explores the rewarding and resourceful practices associated with using clothes, called, the ‘craft of use’.
The CSI is an independent index underpinned by sound academic research that allows suppliers to obtain a score of their social, economic and environmental sustainability...
Over 5.8 million people in about 30 countries utilise the SODIS method, but lack any UV indicator technology, necessary to ensure 100% success.
There are 2.5 billion people without access to toilets, resulting in the death of 1.5 million children annually from unclean water.
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.