Resources for people new to the EAUC

The EAUC is for everybody at a member institution. Find out about how you can take advantage of your membership here. 

The EAUC is the leading sustainability body for the UK tertiary education sector. We represent a strong alliance of universities, colleges, sector bodies and commercial organisations. The EAUC works to represent its members and drive sustainability to the heart of tertiary education.

As a member based charity we provide training, advice and support to a broad range of universities and colleges, and a network of over 5500 sustainability professionals. You can find out more about some of our recent projects here.

If you are new to the EAUC and want to get more involved then take a look at just some of the range of support and resources on offer:

  • Member-wide networking - we have a wide range of people in membership across all areas of institutions. Using the Educational Members’ Network is a great way to make new connections, engage and get support from your peers on sustainability. You can access EAUC members at the click of a button, making it quick and accessible. Join the Members Network

  • Encourage a whole institutional approach to managing and improving sustainability through our bespoke Learning in Future Environments (LiFE) tool, which is free for our members to use

  • Tap into focused support and specialist learning and best practice from our regional networks and Communities of Practice (CoPs)

  • Want to improve your sustainability knowledge? The Sustainability Exchange is your sustainability library and has a wealth of resources, guides, reports and links to build your knowledge on an array of sustainability frameworks

  • Explore our professional development and sector specific events including workshops and webinars. View all events here.

If you haven’t registered onto the website yet, sign up here using your institution email address to keep up to speed with the latest news and sector updates.

Resources for people new to the EAUC
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