On this page you will find articles and publications written by members of the Education for Sustainability (EfS) team here at Anglia Ruskin. You will also find research on how Education for Sustainability is being embedded into Higher Education Institutions across the UK.
Published in So What?, Issue 9, Autumn 2017
Anglia Ruskin staff and students use their expertise in health to work with the community in Uttarakhand, India.
In April 2016, we conducted a survey on ARU students' attitudes, expectations and experiences of Education for Sustainability as part of our application for a Responsible Futures award. The findings show what students think about sustainability at ARU, and how we can do more to meet and exceed these expectations. You can read the full briefing note below, as well as a shorter headline report summarising the points raised by the auditors.
Published in So What?, Issue 8, Winter 2016
What can business schools do to improve gender equality? Or is it none of their business? Grace Philip Investigates.
Download the full magazine and turn to page 14.
Published in So What?, Issue 6, April 2015
From September 2015, students will be able to study for a degree in politics at Anglia Ruskin, and sustainability is going to be at the heart of it. Dr Liz Bradbury, Course Group Leader and Senior Lecturer for Social Sciences, spoke to us about her experience of taking the course through our university's validation process.
'The Future Fit Framework', Professor Steven Sterling, 1 August, 2012 -
'Education for sustainable development and holistic curriculum change', Alex Ryan, 1 January, 2012 - https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/system/files/esd_artwork_050412_1324.pdf