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This event is a joint event run by:
AUDE, BUFDG, CUBO, HESPA, UCISA and UHR
Wednesday 25 May 2022
Time: 11am - 12.30pm
How does the urgent need to invest in reducing our environmental impact marry with fiscally conservative policies in a post-COVID world of constrained budgets? In the future, will financial sustainability and environmental sustainability be inextricably linked? What is the cost of moving to a more sustainable business model? Where might this priority conflict with other KPIs across Estates, Finance, HR, IT and Strategic Planning?
With UN Secretary-General António Guterres describing the climate emergency as “the defining issue of our time”, sustainability in our institutions is a key concern priority for staff and students alike. Indeed, a growing number of students cite this as a top priority when choosing where to study and are more discerning than ever – easily spotting the difference between legitimate eco-friendly credentials and ‘greenwashing’.
Going beyond the budget-friendly environmental policies – such as extending the life of technology assets and reducing energy waste on campuses – what investments should we be making in our people, estates, and technology now to ensure our future financial and environmental sustainability?
Second in the cross-departmental 'University of the Future' series of events, register now for this joint webinar with AUDE, BUFDG, CUBO, HESPA, UCISA, and UHR where a representative from each body will share their perspective.
For any queries, please contact Rachel.
Tagged : Miscellaneous
Type : Meeting, Training
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