Charles Sturt University CSU Green manager Ed Maher and former student Anika Molesworth won the 2018 Green Globe Sustainability Champion and Young Sustainability Champion awards this year - a fantastic recognition of the pathways and support to both staff and students to realise passion and commitment to living and working in a more sustainable university, community, region, country and world. Well done Ed and Anika!
"Receiving a Green Globe award is a great privilege and provides a wonderful opportunity to celebrate sustainability achievement in the company of many brilliant individuals and highly-committed organisations. It is thanks to the commitment of Charles Sturt University and the community organisations that I am involved in that has allowed me to be recognised with a Sustainability Champion Award." - Ed Maher, Manager CSU Green.
"People working in Australian agriculture are making meaningful contributions to vibrant and resilient futures for all of us. This Green Globe Award recognizes the challenges that farmers are faced with and the effort being made in food security, environmental conservation and climate adaptation. This Award is for all rural Australians demonstrating leadership, commitment, innovation and ensuring sustainable farming futures in NSW." - Anika Molesworth, Founder, Climate Wise Agriculture and 2018
Human capital is our most important resource in achieving sustainability at CSU and we have developed systems to engage and develop students and staff.
The Human Capital framework addresses three critical areas:
This framework was benchmarked with the Staff Engagement framework on 23 May, 2016 and this graph shows our progress toward best practice across the eight activity areas.
The below graph illustrates our progress towards best practice across the eight (8) activity areas. The orange bars reaching four (4) highlight best practice and the lower bars in blue indicate CSU’s current baseline ratings.