Engineering Education for Sustainable Development (EESD2020/21) is the 10th iteration of a biennial international conference that attracts engineering educators and academics from all over the world with an interest in embedding sustainability in the curriculum.
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This webinar explores ways higher education can equip students to understand and engage in social change.
The ISCN 2021 conference will provide a timely opportunity to exchange ideas on how climate action and sustainable development at universities can be fostered from an academic, operational and student perspective.
This webinar unpacks the resources in UNESCO’s ESD for 2030 Toolkit.
The Climate Justice Symposium for Transforming Education is a project funded by the UC Carbon Neutrality Initiative and the UC Global Climate Leadership Council. This symposium is being co-organized by California State University and University of California Faculty. Climate justice is both a movement and a way of approaching the climate crisis that foregrounds connections […]
The focus is on Urban Environmental Education – with most of the world’s population living in urban areas, helping citizens understand their impact on the environments in which they live is key to making cities more sustainable and livable
The SEAS NY Conference is a student-led conference taking place on April 17th, 2021, aiming to inspire sustainability leaders and provide resources and support across networks at universities in New York State.
This webinar will offer a roadmap for starting a successful course affiliation program that will draw a diversity of faculty and students into your programming.
The webinar shares Strathclyde University’s experience of engaging students in SDG related research through its award-winning VIP4SD program.
This event, organized by the World Bank’s Energy team, UNEP Education team and the US Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development, will help employers and educators understand ways to communicate about curricula and recruitment so potential employees will have the skills, competencies and mindsets needed to rapidly scale up the green economy.