For staff looking to learn more about Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), or how to engage with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through programmes and modules, the resources below have been compiled to aid this process.
Resources for Education 2030:
- Sustainability and the SDGs in Education 2030 – one page overview, introducing ESD and key issues to consider
Planning Toolkits: a set of thinking and planning tools to aid initial engagement or review of ESD within taught programmes.
DMU Case Studies: 30+ examples of practice at DMU across a range of faculties and programmes
Learning Materials: including SDG cards and pull-up banners, powerpoint presentations and website providing learning materials linked to the SDGs
ESD Forum: Open network of academic and professional services staff working with De Montfort Students Union (DSU). The forum is co-ordinated by Dr. Andrew Reeves and Karl Letten.
SDG Teach-In: The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Teach-in is a two-week-long annual event taking place in February/March where taught courses at universities across the UK aim to make links to one or more of the SDGs within their taught courses.
Carbon Literacy Training: Training that provides DMU staff with carbon literacy accreditation, enabling them to deliver carbon literacy training in schools across the Leicester community and beyond.