Finalists for 2017 Green Gown Awards Announced

Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS) has announced the 35 finalists for the 2017 Green Gown Awards Australasia. Representing 17 institutions, ACTS says these finalists are leading the way with their commitment to creating a sustainable and healthy future for all.  

Of particular interest to the sustainability education community is the announcement of four finalists in the Learning, Teaching & Skills category. These finalists and their projects are:

Griffith University

Doing well and doing good – a new way to teach strategic management in the MBA

James Cook University

Linking curriculum with the SDGs – a One Health approach to learning and teaching

RMIT University

Vietnam – United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Study Tour

University of Tasmania

Digitran App – Swiping our way to sustainability data collection

The winner will be announced at the Green Gown Awards Australasia awards ceremony and gala dinner on the evening of Thursday 2 November 2017.The Awards are held in conjunction with the annual International ACTS Conference, this year hosted by RMIT University in Melbourne. Sustainability practitioners and influencers, educators, students, government and business partners, and sector support representatives will come together for the conference this November to THINK BIG for Global Goals