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Welcome to the EAUC North West Resource Bank!
One of the group's objectives is to "develop a collaborative approach to education for sustainable development". This resource bank has been created to share best practice and resources from Members in the region.
It is organised by the 14 Learning in Future Environments (LiFE) Frameworks - which have been developed to accurately reflect specific challenges that face the higher and further education sectors.
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Business and Industry Interface
Community and Public Engagement
Learning and Teaching
Procurement and Supplier Engagement
Resource Efficiency and Waste
Staff Engagement and Human Resources
Sustainable Construction and Renovation
Travel and Transport
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