University staff and processes​

Cases related to building capacity and ownership for education for SDGs among faculty members and university staff, and creating internal structures and processes to support its implementation.

The World’s Future SDG Simulation

The World’s Future is an interactive educational simulation designed by IIASA and the Centre for Systems Solutions. SDSN Canada is training representatives from 10 member institutions to run the simulation and engage students, staff, and faculty across Canada. We hope the simulation will teach participants new ways to learn about and take action for the SDGs through an interactive experience to better understand the interconnected nature of the SDGs and the tradeoffs required to achieve them. We created a Community of Practice with member trainees and are sharing resources on hosting, marketing, and learning from the simulation.
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The formation of the university community as a first step for the contribution to the SDGs. The case of Universitat Politècnica de València.

The formation of the university community as a first step for the contribution to the SDGs. The case of Universitat Politècnica de València. Description Institution Universitat Politècnica de València Organizations/areas ...

Sustainability course – developing an open interdisciplinary sustainability course to all students

Sustainability course is an interdisciplinary online course for all undergraduate students. It utilises engaging learning methods to empower students to gain expertise in understanding and solving complex sustainability challenges.
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Sustainable Development and Green and Digital Enterprises Innovations

This initiative is focusing on research and study programs on Green and Digital concepts towards gender- WOMEN AND YOUTHS empowerment for sustainable poverty, extreme hunger, climate change and social injustices eradication. It highlights areas of gender friendly Green and Digital Enterprises Innovations for sustainable living and development.

RMIT-wide SDGs Project

The RMIT Sustainability Committee is currently undertaking an ambitious and innovative project to raise awareness, foster collaboration, maximise contributions to the SDGs, measure impact and communicate RMIT contributions toward achieving the SDGs across the entire University. The university‐wide SDGs Project, initiated in June 2018, has been structured to improve RMIT's commitment and contributions to the SDGs through measurable impact, innovation and partnerships. The project has four phases: 1.) Raising Awareness, 2.) Our Capabilities, 3.) Collaboration Opportunities, and 4.) Measuring and Reporting.
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