UWE Bristol and The Students' Union at UWE has been taking part in Responsible Futures - an accreditation to embed sustainability across all aspects of student learning at universities, run by Students Organising for Sustainability. A team at UWE has worked to complete a range of criteria over the past five months and an audit will now take place to evaluate the outcome and to collect important research about student learning for sustainability and social responsibility.
We are seeking 10 students to take part in a 45 minute focus group about sustainability at UWE.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
Please provide us with:
- Your Name
- Your degree course and year of study
- Your student ID number
What is the NUS Responsible Futures Accreditation?
Responsible Futures is certification of a whole institution’s commitment to social responsibility and sustainability (SRS), spanning the formal and informal curriculum, applicable to both further and higher education. The Responsible Futures certification indicates the institution has an enabling environment for SRS to thrive, rather than an endpoint. SRS covers not only looks at environmental sustainability but wider society in relation to ethics, wellbeing, social justice, global citizenship and moral responsibility.