Er i’r Gyfnewidfa Cynaliadwyedd gael ei greu gan Gyngor Cyllido Addysg Uwch Lloegr (CCAULl) yn wreiddiol, mae llawer o wybodaeth ar gael ar y porth hwn ar gyfer pobol sy’n gweithio ar gynaliadwyedd yng Nghymru pu’n ai’n addysg uwch neu’n addysg bellach.
Mae’n safle ar gyfer cydweithwyr mewn gwahanol sefydliadau gael rhannu eu profiadau cynaliadwyedd drwy gyflenwad newyddion bywiog, dyddiadur digwyddiadau, canllawiau arfer dda, canllawiau cryno, adroddiadau, ymchwil, webinarau a fideos.
Mae’r ACPC wedi ymrywmo i yrru’r porth gwybodaeth arloesol hwn ymlaen – gan ei wneud yn berthnasol i’r heriau sy’n cael eu hwynebu gan staff mewn sefydliadau ble bynnag y bont yn y wlad.
Gan fod addysg a’r amgylchedd wedi eu datganoli yng Nghymru, mae Prifysgolion a Cholegau mewn sefyllfa unigryw gyda disgwyliadau gwahanol arnynt o’i gymharu â gweddill y DU. Er mwyn rhoi cymorth iddynt ac er mwyn cefnogi addysg drydyddol yng Nghymru, rydym yn gobeithio creu Partneriaid Cyfnewidfa Cynaliadwyedd Cymreig newydd er mwyn darparu adnoddau a chanllawiau rydych eu hangen.
Mae’r perthnasau newydd a chyffrous hyn wedi’u llunio er mwyn gosod cynaliadwyedd ar y blaen o ran addysg drydyddol yng Nghymru, ac er mwyn darparu’r offer i sefydliadau a’u staff allu gwireddu hyn. Er bod llawer o adnoddau penodol Cymreig ar gael ar y Gyfnewidfa Cynaliadwyedd, carem weld mwy ohonynt.
Dyna pam y byddwn yn parhau i weithio’n galed i hybu cynaliadwyedd o fewn addysg drydyddol dros Gymru gyfan a pham rydym yn cynyddu ein partneriaethau ac adnoddau drwy’r amser.
A set of presentations which show how institutions (HE and FE) have implemented and maintained their Carbon Management Plans and how to ensure targets are reached.
A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference about activist learning using examples at Keele University and Leicester College
A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2012 on Scope 3 emissions including a case study from De Montfort University.
A presentation from the EAUC annual conference 2012 on measuring scope 3 travel data
A presentation from the EAUC annual conference 2012, learning from previous Green Gown Award winners/highly commended about their projects and advice for submissions.
Linking Vision with Purpose: building sustainability into an organisation. A case study from Dr Peter White, Procter & Gamble.
A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2012 which helps you to continue the learning and inspiration. This workshop will consider staff and student sustainable travel...
Legal update for EAUC Members (August 2011) about the new 2011 waste legislation.
In this EAUC Member Spotlight, see how Coleg Gwent has made a pledge to embed sustainable development as a core principle of the college.
A list of current Master courses in Sustainable Development in the UK
Legal update for Members (March 2011) about the requirements for inspection of air conditioning uniits
A Practical Guide to Employing an Environmental Manager/Sustainability Officer for Universities & Colleges.
An EAUC Insight Guide on Display Energy Certificates, which came into effect on 1 October 2008.
UNESCO has made available the e-version of a compilation of articles on "Drivers and Barriers for Implementing Sustainable Development in Pre-School through Upper Secondary...
This staff questionnaire was developed for the sustainability skills audit at University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Swansea Metropolitan University by Gavin Bunting, Jane...
The Greener Jobs Alliance (GJA) was formed as a partnership body inclusive of trade unions, student organisations, campaigning groups and a policy think tank
A set of accident/incident report forms collected from a number of EAUC Members.
This publication helps businesses and organisations establish their carbon impact and introduces some of the key issues faced in the calculation of a carbon footprint.
The EAUC has published this abridged version of our forthcoming Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Insight Guide to inform institutions about the CRC.
An office guide to calculate carbon emissions for colleges/ universities. An easier to read interpretation of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol!
EAUC Member responses which provide guidance on building a case for recruiting a Waste Assistant.
Am example of a staff newsletter sharing sustainability news
Office of Government Commerce guides on using the best practice solutions for buying energy considering risk and procurement.
A report which examines the extent to which departments and executive agencies are meeting targets to make their new buildings and major refurbishments more sustainable.
This report presents the key issues, evidence and proposal for action so that the UK has credible carbon reporting mechanisms.
A tool which makes it easy to find out which top ten new cars have the lowest CO2 in their class.
This report summarises the current status of construction resource efficiency, and proposes 10 key actions to reduce waste production and divert waste from landfill.
A study by Bicicleta Club de Catalunya (BACC) on bike use and cycling promotion in universities in Spain and Britain in May 2007.
Responses from EAUC Members on how to improve campus bike security and the policies and procedures that can help create a strategy for abandoned bikes.
Two videos from Ellen MacArthur Foundation about the biologist and ecologist at the design table. Products and processes which use nature as mentor, model and measure.
Guidance from NICE on local measures to promote walking and cycling as forms of travel or recreation are now available.
A summary of the CRC text taken from the Chancellor's 2012 Autumn Statement.
Responses from EAUC Members about the processes that need to be adhered to in order for abandoned bikes can be removed so they can be recycled or refurbished
A presentation on the benefits of worm digesters including site requirements, critical factors, types of digesters, warming tubes and the vermicomposting process.
A presentation about behaviour change which offers a simple overview of the key areas, theoretical models, the barriers to change and some example projects.
The Strategy for Sustainable Construction (June 2008) which is intended to promote leadership and behavioural change in sustainable construction.
The Cabinet Office Behavioural Insights Team’s first Annual Report (2011).
Two posters about assessment for sustainability by Arran Stibbe, University of Gloucestershire.
A report undertaken as part of the Association of Colleges ‘Green Colleges’ initiative, which aims to showcase college best practice and help them become as green as...
The Government's Behavioural Insights Team has published a report setting out how they can use behavioural insights to help people save energy and money.
A chapter from the The Presidential Perspectives Series on how campuses can leverage sustainability for institutional gain in a competitive marketplace.
A compilation of responses from EAUC Members on their Environmental Management Systems
This report sets out the Department for Transport's cycling policy (January 2008) and demonstrates the health and environmental benefits of cycling.
The Framework for Sustainable Lifestyles is a tool to support Defra and external organisations to develop effective approaches to influence behaviour
A University of Bradford led project stimulating strategic change & operational improvements by working with estates & other departments with energy/environmental...
Lucideon's Quick Guide to ISO 50001: The New Energy Management System Standard - a reporting guide and a video.
A short talk on the environmental values of urban green walls focusing on the animal biodiversity, air quality, building insulation (thermal, noise and light) and human well-being.
Established in 2000, the Welsh Video Network supports videoconferencing studios in every university and college in Wales, and facilitated over 4,800 conferences in 2006-07....
This case study explains how Jisc were able to provide Cardiff University with new technology allowing twice as many servers in less space and the total cost.
A case study, from Cardiff University, explaining how using Condor could help cut your electricity use.
Love Food Hate Waste aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste and help us take action. It shows that by doing some easy practical everyday things in the home we...
A paper which emphasises that that social norms are a vital tool for promoting pro-environmental behaviour, but deploying them is more complex than it seems.
A number of websites that provide useful information on green ICT.
ICT (or e-Waste) at your institution, an EAUC Insight Guide, provides useful information on e-waste, covering a number of areas such as regulations, storing, recycling and...
UK National Ecosystem Assessment: Synthesis of the Key Findings is the first analysis of the UK natural environment in terms of the benefits it provides to society and...
Sustainable ICT in Further and Higher Education, a JISC report, provides useful information on good practice in environmentally sustainable ICT
ICT briefing by JISC for the senior management team in November 2011, elaborating on the ways available for institutions to use ICT to go green, employing a couple of case studies
Reducing Paper Use at Your Institution, an EAUC Insight Guide, provides guidance on reducing paper use and recycling waste paper, embracing other relevant aspects such as legal...
'How is it recycled?' is a series of videos produced by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) and 'RecycleNow' providing useful information about...
A spreadsheet from the Furniture Reuse Network with average weights of furniture, household and larger appliances, useful in estimating the weight saved from sending to landfill.
EAUC Members responses about the management of paid car parks at institutions.
Responses from EAUC Members on Members' experience of monitoring the use of bicycle racks.
Benchmarks for target setting, a short guide developed by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP), provides information on selecting suitable metrics and KPIs; project...
A completely free ‘Fleet Health Check’ is available from The Energy Saving Trust for organisations with more than 20 vehicles
A toolkit published by the Department for Transport (DfT) which provides a practical tool for users wishing to apply the latest behavioural insights in the transport context.
Sustainable ICT Procurement for Institutions, an EAUC Insight Guide, offers advice on selecting most sustainable ICT equipment for institutions, encompassing a range of topics...
An edited excerpt of the former Wales environment minister's ‘A small country with big sustainability ambitions,’from the ENDS Annual Lecture 2011.
View two Education for Sustainability (EFS) guides produced by Dr Alex Ryan and Professor Daniella Tilbury from the University of Gloucestershire.
A presentation on Environmental Co-ordinator Questionnaire results, providing a snapshot of the public sector Environmental Co-ordinator network system.
A toolkit to provide pathways that will lead us to a clean, safe and energy healthy 2050 developed by the DECC
'Community learning and action for sustainable living (CLASL): A guide to supporting communities in sustainable living', a report published by WWF-UK in 2008, draws on...
This resource consists of the weblink to the factsheets for EU Ecolabels.
The Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI) is an alliance of companies, trade unions and voluntary organisations, working in partnership to improve the lives of poor and vulnerable...
Responsible supply chain management isn’t just a question of doing the right thing – it makes good business sense. This guide outlines key issues & details a...
Achieving Excellence in Construction Procurement Guide in 'Whole-life Costing and Cost Management', published by the Office of Government Commerce in 2007. Link to the...
The UK Government's Sustainable Procurement Action Plan produced by DEFRA in 2007. Incorporating the Government response to the report of the Sustainable Task Force. Part...
This links to asection of the BREEAM website includes case studies on buildings certified to the BREEAM standard.
GreenBookLive is a unique reference source and online listing of environmental products and services, including a list of BREEAM certified buildings and licensed BREEAM Assessors
BRE Global’s website for BREEAM, a design and assessment method for sustainable buildings.
This 2011 report, compiled by Ernst & Young, defines the changing meaning of sustainability for a Chief Financial Officer in any organisation, including universities and...
Three presentations delivered at the conference 'How to set up an Environmental Champion Network' held at the University of the West of England (UWE) in November 2011
A comprehensive presentation on how to understand, produce, plan and implement biodiversity whilst engaging key groups in the institution.
EAUC Member responses to a question about whether subsidising staff bus fares for bus services that service campuses count as benefit in kind.
Responses from EAUC Members on whether there a link between bus vs. car issues and student attendance at institutions.
EAUC Member responses to a request for information to help plan the introduction of bee hives on a city centre campus.
Responses from five EAUC Members about How has the environmental agenda been incorporated into degree courses
Here is a sample curriculum managers audit, which helped to embed the sustainable ideal in the curriculum during 2010/11 and could be customised to any specific institution.
A response from the University and College Union on meeting the low carbon skills challenge
Examples of carbon reduction strategies, plans and initiatives from a number of universities.
This guide is one of a series designed to help UCU members engage with their institution on the ‘green agenda’. This is an area that is extremely important and it is...
This significant piece of activity was undertaken by Guild HE in late 2009/early 2010 alongside Universities UK and in discussion with HEFCE
In the 2008/09 academic year NUS Services ran two technical projects designed to find out how the equipment found in most students' unions could be managed most efficiently
Salix has worked with 725 clients across the public sector, including local authorities, central government, schools, universities and colleges and NHS trusts.
A guide to Display Energy Certificates and advisory report for public buildings
Waste Online is a library of documents relating to sustainability, waste use and resource use. It provide information for people from all locations and of all levels of knowledge.
GreenBuild was a LGM project, mainly financed by the four UK funding bodies including HEFCE, and AUDE, with additional support from the Carbon Trust with two workstreams
This short paper sets out proposals to enable HEFCW to further embed sustainability both within decision making processes, and funding, as required within the 2010-11 remit letter.
This overview covers the main energy saving opportunities in lighting and presents low-cost measures without compromising working conditions.
This guide discusses; Strategic Overview, Contractual and Project Methodology, Financial Incentives, Renewable Power Technologies and Renewable Heat Technologies
Founded on a similar concept to HEA’s Change Academy programme, Green Academy's focus is developmental – specifically on ESD – and was run as a pilot for the 2011...