Sustainability and social responsibility are holistic activities necessitating the involvement of the entire community. For universities and colleges, students are clearly a significant part of the internal community both in terms of numbers and also in the potential that they offer. Every new intake of students offers a surge of fresh energy and ideas that can be harnessed for the benefit of all. As they are by nature a transient population they should also be considered as future change agents, as following their experiences on campus they will return relatively quickly to wider society where their impacts can continue to be felt. Students who are actively engaged with sustainability agendas as part of their student experience are more likely to emerge as graduates who are equipped with the skills, knowledge and experience that make positive contributions to sustainable development throughout their lives.
EAUC-Scotland's Community Engagement Topic Support Network (TSN) is open to all, providing an opportunity for those working in or with the further and higher education sector to share ideas and questions and to get together to hear from particular speakers or discuss topics of interest. Find out more about the TSNs here.
VOICES – using your creative voice for science
SDG Accord Report 2022 - Case Studies
Why at an Art School? Why Environmental and Social Justice Matters here Glasgow School of Art
Teaching Resources A set of 4 lessons produced by the Environment Agency to help teach about plastic pollution. The Plastics team of the Environment Agency have...
Learn about the journey of plastics
Learn about the journey of plastics
Enactus Nottingham - Ecologeco Team
Ellie Summer Reynolds
The Third Generation Project
Oxford Climate Society
Urban Biodiversity Monitoring Programme
Up for the Cup
Gamifying climate action for mass engagement
East End Community Garden Project
Enactus Southampton - Future Brew
Toast of the Town by Enactus Leicester
Making ideas work for a better world: Student-led social enterprise
Field-trips for future
From local sourcing to agricultural robotics
Enactus Nottingham - Foodprint
A DINEamic sustainable journey
Launch of the second annual SDG report; ‘Progress towards the Global Goals in the University and College sector'.
Love Food Hate Waste: Always On themes
Banking with Who guide - SOS UK
COP26, taking place in Glasgow in November, is an amazing opportunity to engage students with both the international climate change treaty process and wider climate change and...
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...
2021 Student Engagement - University of St. Gallen - Switzerland
2021 Student Engagement - University of Pennsylvania & Yale University - USA
2021 Student Engagement - The University of Newcastle - Australia
2021 Student Engagement - oikos St Gallen - Switzerland
2021 Student Engagement - Grenoble École de Management - France
2021 Student Engagement - Centro Universitário Internacional UNINTER - Brazil
2021 Creating Impact - Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana - Chile
2021 Creating Impact - Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Colombia
2021 Creating Impact - Universidad Ean - Colombia
2021 Creating Impact - Universidad CES - Colombia
2021 Creating Impact - Lappeenranta-Lahti University of Technology - Finland
2021 Creating Impact - International Islamic University Malaysia - 2LEAD4PEACE - Malaysia
2021 Creating Impact - International Islamic University Malaysia - MAD 4Ss - Malaysia
2021 Creating Impact - Centro Universitário Internacional UNINTER - Brazil
Love Food Hate Waste - brought to you by WRAP
University of Cambridge's 2019–20 Environmental Sustainability Report
Lifting the lid on period poverty in higher education: a student engagement perspective
Sustainability Leadership Scorecard (SLS) Annual Report 2020
STUDENT: Emma Kidd, Glasgow Caledonian University
STUDENT: Margaret Jennings, Goldsmiths, University of London
STUDENT: Charlotte Evans and Millicent Sutton, University of St Andrews
STUDENT: Meggie Eloy and Carla Field, University of Leicester
Cibele Machado Fontoura, Kingston School of Art
Nalinee Netithammakorn, De Montfort University
Powering ahead with a low carbon supply
Nurture and Grow: Connecting people through nature
Plastic Free LSE
It’s Time for Change - What will yours be?
Green Move Out and Student Volunteers
BLC: Keen to go green!
Empowering the next generation for a sustainable creative sector and beyond
OfS Challenge Competition: Achieving a step change in mental health outcomes for all students This Challenge Competition encouraged universities and colleges,...
Extinction Rebellion Takeover - Creatives prove that change can happen
Collaboration: Learning and sharing together
A Rounder Sense of Purpose
Collaborations for Change: Integrating the SDGs in Further and Higher Education
Sustainability by Crowd - Using crowd research technique for making a more sustainable campus
Girls in Energy - A catalyst for change
Finally! Success with remote teaching and learning
Learning English through sustainability: Teaching international students English for academic purposes using the SDGs
Housing Futures - Sustainability skills at the centre of learning for future housing professionals
Warwick Enterprise: Summer Programme 2020 - Inspiring UNSDG innovators
SERC Sustainable Student Enterprise
Young Enterprise: How entrepreneurship and sustainability combine to form the DNA of successful start-up businesses
Educate to Innovate: Developing and sustaining Female Food Entrepreneurs
Creating a Sustainable World through making
A second chance for single-use lab plastics
Our future is in our hands
Greening our Campus and City
Campus Transformation - A campus for the 21st Century
Future Graduate Skills: A Scoping Study
How to make a cup of (sustainabili) tea!
Catering for Life
Changing for good
Small changes for significant impact on sustainability
Drastic and fantastic plastic reduction
Nudge LSE to plant-based options
City grows green
Cup, cup “n” away!