2022 Sustainable Development Goals report

Carli Baker, John Burns, Nipa Chaki, Lynne Creasy, Erika Cross, Dale Curran, Alison Foley, Emmaline Lear, Ed Maher, Zoe Rodwell, Helen Stephens, Lauren Ware

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    At Charles Sturt University we are guided by the ethos yindyamarra winhanganha, a Wiradjuri phrase meaning the wisdom of knowing how to live well in a world worth living in. Students and staff are empowered to become sustainability champions, actively engaging in research, teaching, and community outreach endeavours with a commitment to enhance the well-being of all citizens.
    The staff and students at Charles Sturt University have much to be proud of. As Australia's leading regional university and first certified carbon neutral university, everyday our people are undertaking important work to progress the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
    In 2022 Charles Sturt marked a number of significant milestones towards the 17 goals, including:
    The Gulbali Institute launched new impactful research focused on agriculture, water and the environment.
    The Collaborative Teacher's Aide Pathway enrolled 175 teacher education students to address the critical teacher shortages in New South Wales and support the broader delivery of quality education across Australia.
    Our commitment to reducing Charles Sturt's carbon footprint improved as a result of expanding the solar panel program on the Bathurst campus and procuring more electricity from renewable sources.

    Sustainability in all its forms is a core value embraced by Charles Sturt University staff and students, who passionately lead a variety of initiatives. These efforts include leading community resilience workshops and facilitating access to bicycles for international students to leading global conferences on sustainable development. 
    The 2022 Sustainable Development Goals report is a testament to the unwavering commitment of the university community to promote and live these goals.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationAustralia
    PublisherCharles Sturt University
    Number of pages74
    Publication statusPublished - 2023


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