This action plan has been paired with the Human Capital Framework
You can get involved in lots of initiatives to make a positive contribution to sustainability at Charles Sturt University
Sustainability ELMO online learning module. Select this course in the course catalog section of your ELMO training portal.
The ELMO module ‘Sustainability@ Charles Sturt University’ has been designed to increase staff awareness and understanding of sustainability, both at an individual and at an organisational level. This module is now available for all new staff joining our organisation and existing staff.
This module gives you an overview of how Charles Sturt University is working to be more sustainable through the Learning in Future Environments (LiFE) Index and also suggests what you can do on a personal and professional basis. It outlines what activities you may like to become involved in across all campuses. Remember, sustainability depends on every individual taking steps to be sustainable in all aspects of their work and life.
The new ELMO module 'Graduate Learning Outcomes: Sustainable Practices' has been designed to increase awareness and understanding about how to embed sustainability into curriculum amongst Educational Designers, all course Directors, staff involved in Smart learning and staff on course committees.
This short course covers how to clearly express the GLO's in subject profiles and integrate them with the other education and design technologies (e.g. CASIMS and course space).
The module provides an outline of:
It provides guidance for:
Additional resources can be found at the Resource Hub on the GLO website including:
For some of us, one of the biggest contributors to our carbon footprint comes from the way financial institutions like our super funds and the banks we choose to deal with use our savings to fund the expansion of the fossil fuel industry.
If reducing your carbon footprint is an important consideration for you, then you may be interested to know that UniSuper have introduced investment products that are actively managed to minimise support or expansion of the fossil fuel sector. You can read more about these products via the followings summaries available on the UniSuper website.
Charles Sturt University are proud and active members of Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS), a leading inter-institutional body advocating for best practice sustainability within the operations, curriculum and research of the tertiary education sector. Our membership also provides staff and students access to range of member only sustainability resources.
You can get involved in sustainability on campus by becoming a member of your Campus Environment Committee. No matter which faculty or division you work within, if you have an interest in sustainability and would like to offer your on-ground knowledge, expertise and passion for sustainability to help us develop initiatives, reach sustainability targets and environmental goals on campus, get involved with your nearest CEC.
The Wagga Wagga CEC is called the Environmental Action Group Ensuring Restoration and Reconciliation (EAGERR).
Contact email@example.com. if you are interested in learning more about your CEC.