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Event Date: 6th November 2023

Event Time: 16:00 CET

Be a Part of Real Change!

Wondering how Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) can be at the forefront of sustainability? We have something that could guide you through. Introducing the pioneering SDS4HEI Framework Model—a vital resource specifically designed for HEIs.

What Will You Learn?

Practical Steps for Lasting Change: Find out how to make straightforward but meaningful changes in your HEI's core operations for a better, greener future.

Sustainability Landscape in HEIs: Learn about the current state, what's holding us back, and the potential for real progress.

Comprehensive Strategy for Sustainability: Get the know-how to plan a full-scale approach for integrating sustainable development within your institution.

Innovative Tools for Regional Growth: Discover cutting-edge tools that link your institution’s sustainability goals with regional development.

Why Should You Attend?

We are at a crucial moment. As we approach the halfway point of the UN’s Agenda 2030, there’s a growing concern that many of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) may not be met. HEIs play a key role in shaping a sustainable culture and this event aims to equip them for this critical role. Funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, the SDS4HEI project offers valuable insights and tools for HEIs to foster a culture of sustainability.

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