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Case study: Bendigo Bank's approach to sustainability
Senior Lecturer, Monash University
This case study describes Bendigo Bank's social sustainability approach - the Community Engagement Model (CEM) - that has enabled the bank ...More »
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The International Energy Agency estimates 65 per cent of global carbon cuts to 2020 will come from energy efficiency. This featured issue puts the spotlight on resources, courses and teaching materials for tertiary level education in energy efficiency.More »
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Education for Sustainability incorporates the principles of sustainable design: "the careful nesting of human purposes with the larger patterns and flows of the natural world...” (David Orr).
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Helping students discover the 'human side'
An innovative teaching program is proving that ethics and economics do work hand-in-hand
PM’s Australian University Teacher of the Year
Dr James Arvanitakis from the University of Western Sydney has been announced as the 2012 Prime Minister’s Australian University Teacher of the Year.