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The SDRN highlights recent publications on sustainable development, covering education for sustainable development, environmental monitoring in Natural England, food policy and low-carbon land transport.
London, 1 May 2013: Govtoday’s 3rd Annual National Greening Education Conference and Exhibition: The foundations of a sustainable future is presented in association with The Carbon Trust and Solar Schools.
The One Planet Centre, now open in the London 2012 Athletes Village, will encourage athletes to make sustainability pledges and champion sustainable behaviours in their communities.
Dr Sarah Hills of UWE considers the need for better understanding of sustainable development and how to put it into practice, introducing a new masters course to equip students with skills for a sustainable future.
Rob Wellman, Development Manager at the National Skills Academy for Environmental Technologies, introduces the academy and explains its remit to develop skills for a low carbon future.
In an extract from her opening chapter for a new UN commissioned report on sustainability in higher education, Professor Daniella Tilbury addresses questions about global commitment and progress in the sector.
Cambridge University's 10th Annual Lecture Series in Sustainable Development will feature experts from leading universities, government bodies, multi-national corporations and international organisations.
Over the past 18 months, the Welsh Government has been working with industry-led Sector Skills Councils to deliver training to support a cultural shift in Wales' move to a low carbon economy.
Two large employers in Wales have been recognised for their sustainable development and corporate social responsibility work through Healthy Working Wales, the Welsh Government’s workplace health programme.
Kazuhiko Takemoto, of the UN University’s Institute of Advanced Studies, sets out his positive vision of changing behaviours through education and calls for increased visibility of education in sustainable development initiatives.