The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) is an online, open access event that invites thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators, businesses, makers and learners to explore the question “The economy is changing - what do I need to know, experience and do?”. This year UQ an UTS will host events at the DIF and invite you to participate... More »
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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.
University of New South Wales
Design for Energy Efficiency
Develops an understanding of solar efficient architecture and builds on this to develop skills in energy performance simulation.
Towards Sustainable Business
Tania von der Heidt
Tania von der Heidt, PhD, is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing at Southern Cross University, where she currently teaches marketing principles (a core unit) and marketing research at undergraduate level ...
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The focus of the Food page is on food waste reduction. New teaching toolkits from the Love Food Hate Waste project are now available. Suitable for use across multiple disciplines, the three toolkits cover global, commercial and household food waste.More »
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Over 2,000 Academics have signed an Open Letter to the Australian government in support of a policy paper calling for a just and humane approach for refugees and a "national conversation about Australia’s responses to people seeking asylum" More »