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This innovative multimedia resources will help university educators and students deepen their knowledge and understanding of climate crisis, while enhancing awareness of individual and collective actions they may take for protecting and sustaining our planet.  

The resources include new ideas on teaching practice for the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, Climate Action, and examples of learning and assessment materials from different subject disciplines. This support will develop human and institutional capacity for effective actions for preserving our environment and will empower the next generation of professionals to have a positive impact on climate change in their local and work communities, and around the world.  

About the collaborators 

This project is a collaboration between Bournemouth University, UK, and University of Transport and Communication, Viet Nam. 

The Bournemouth University academics are specialists in business performance management, accounting, finance and taxation with experience in delivering projects in education innovation and change management, digital transformation, assurance of learning and student academic-industry-community engagement.

The University of Transport and Communication team brings to the project subject expertise in transportation and civil engineering, logistics, quality and sustainable development in transportation, as well as years of experience in education, scientific research and consultancy.  

How to take part

The project is focused on the impact of climate change on Teaching and Learning, and will hold a Forum Seminar on ‘Education for Sustainable Development: Tackling the Climate Crisis’ on 18 and 20 October 2023 to address those issues in a sustainable way.