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Sharing sustainability education
This site represents a community of Australian tertiary educators that is supported by the Australian Government. We aim to provide information on sustainabilitycourses in tertiary institutions in Australia and to share innovative sustainability teaching materials. Contact us for more information or register to contribute to the community.
Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Enterprise
Concerns over climate change, ecological degradation and social injustice need to be considered as business risks. Companies cannot be sustainable in an unsustainable society, and the role of business must ...
Principles of Carbon and Energy Management
This slide set provides an overview of the concepts, principles and tools related to energy and carbon management. Subjects covered include climate science, principles of energy and carbon, international and ...
Since 2014 Professor for Critical Management & Sustainable Development at Karlshochschule International University Germany. Prior positions include: Scientific Coordinator of the European Center for Sustainability Research, Zeppelin University Germany; Postdoc ...
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