Built up by the sector for the sector, the Resource Bank is a hugely important and useful long-term resource. The Bank is comprised of 11 key sector areas, in each you will find a growing collection of sector generated resources plus related case studies, forthcoming events and current news.Certain resources are for Members only and you will need to be a Member and log-in to access these. Information provided is for guidance only and we advise you to seek full legal advice where appropriate.
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New Resource Bank areas
In this age of international community and with an ever-increasing need for knowledge, the EAUC has joined forces with the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) in North America and Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS) in Australia and New Zealand, to share Member resources on a global scale.
The International Resources is a new service available exclusively to Members from each organisation. EAUC Members will now be able to access resources including publications, e-newsletters, networks, insight guides, and strategies. They are able to share best practice from around the world on issues such as resource efficiency, biodiversity, education for sustainable development, waste and environmental reporting.
With the Government’s current interest in the environment and all things ‘green’, the legislation that affects the further and higher education sector is changing all the time. With new Acts of Parliament, changing regulations and updates to guidelines, it is hard for anyone to keep track but knowing how to comply is a must.
To help EAUC Members keep on top of legislation, we have created the Legal Spotlight section to capture all the legal updates that are published in earth, the EAUC’s bi-monthly newsletter. It holds all our previous Legal Spotlight features in one place, making them easily accessible for our Members.
Green Gown 2011 Resources
The Green Gown Awards (GGAs) are firmly established as prestigious recognition of sustainability excellence in the further and higher education sectors. A key part of the EAUC's role is to ensure that the GGAs continue to go from strength to strength and that Members see increased dissemination of good practice to provide the sector with knowledge, experiences and information. We're pleased to announce the launch of the suite of detailed case studies and videos from our 2011 winners and highly commended entries, totalling 20 new resources (and growing).