Sustainability in the formal and informal curriculum
The University and Kent Students’ Union, in partnership, are working together to facilitate institution change in embedding sustainability throughout all parts of the student learning experience.
We are working to ensure that every student – from architecture to business, and chemistry to digital arts – is prepared with the knowledge and understanding of sustainability, and possess the sustainability skills and attributes, and the desire and willingness to deal with these issues.
A selection of projects, modules and research which highlights sustainability in learning at Kent
Kent Extra Studyplus Module
This module explores the meaning of sustainability and encourages participants to further understand the challenges facing our environment and society and how we might overcome them.
This module encourages students to engage critically with the multiple and complex meaning of sustainability.
Year 2 Market Research Project
Stage 2 Market Research students have taken part in a challenge to help improve recycling rates at student accommodation on campus
Collaborations in energy research at Kent
An outline of the University of Kent's energy related research and our dynamic, demand-driven approach to the future energy
Campus biodiversity data collection
Conservation students from the DICE held a BioBlitz which is an interactive event to record as many living species as possible within a specific area, under a short amount of time.
Positive Environmental Futures
This Signature Research Theme is about building an innovative, creative and inclusive community that is actively focused on addressing real-world challenges and finding solutions to the urgent environmental issues facing the world today.
"Education for Sustainable Development allows every human being to acquire the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary to shape a sustainable future.
Below is a selection of resources for getting started with EfS.