Author Kaie Small-Warner

Welcome to the DMU Eco Café

Eco Café is a place to explore how we can use education to nurture the values and ethical principles required in the transition to sustainable living and for building a peaceful global society. Starting May 7th, this monthly collaborative session… Continue Reading →

Results: 2020 SDG Teach-In

The 2020 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Teach-in campaign took place from Monday 17th to Friday 21st February 2020 and engaged 25,026 students and 307 teaching staff.  Across the 24 institutions that participated, DMU placed first for student engagement (~30%) and… Continue Reading →

£2000 in SeeD Grants awarded

The Seed Grant project is designed to help the DMU community take action on sustainable development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Grants are for situations where a little money and support can get a project started at DMU or in the wider… Continue Reading →

Green Tips

Click here for more green tips from DMU  DMU is committed to making a positive difference to people and the environment. The 1000 Voices project aims to gather the DMU community’s ideas and actions towards sustainable development. Feedback is currently… Continue Reading →

We think we can do more…do you?

The 1000 Voices project aims to gather the DMU community’s ideas and actions towards sustainable development. Feedback is currently being collected through this online survey and various events and activities. For some ideas of what you can do, join our Graduate Champions for… Continue Reading →

SDG Teach-In: Domestic Abuse

This case study describes how Teacher Fellow Di Turgoose incorporates the SDGs when teaching about Domestic Abuse. “I am #proudtobemore co-creating with students on the public good in pursuit of eliminating domestic abuse utilising the SDGs. I could not be… Continue Reading →

Event report: Leicester City Climate Emergency Conversation

De Montfort University hosted two drop-in events for staff and students to support them in responding to the Leicester Climate Emergency proposals. The events were held on the 29th and 31st of January, 2020. An all day exhibition in the… Continue Reading →

25th and 26th Feb: Sustainability Events within DMU’s Cultural Exchanges Festival

DMU’s Education for Sustainable Development project has helped with the creation of two events within this year’s Cultural Exchanges Festival. As said by Simon Bradbury, Pro Vice-Chancellor | Dean, Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities: “We are delighted to bring… Continue Reading →

New eResource – Sustainable Development Goals Online

DMU students and staff now have access to a major new online resource for the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Sustainable Development Goals Online (SDGO), provided by Taylor & Francis, is an interdisciplinary collection of digital content themed around the UN… Continue Reading →

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