UNSW Business School has established the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Committee to develop, coordinate, monitor, evaluate, and communicate the Business School’s engagement with the SDGs.
“Our 2025 Vision is to tackle real-world problems through partnerships that bring together our students, staff, alumni and the community, aligning our efforts with UNSW’s expertise and research strengths, Australia’s aspirations and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.”
Professor Nitika Garg, Chair, UNSW Business School SDG Committee
We invite UNSW Business School staff and students to participate in this UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) survey.
Your response to this short survey will help us understand which SDGs and targets you are passionate about and what you would like to see prioritised by the Business School.
For any questions or comments, please contact BUS SDG: email@example.com
UNSW's commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provides a platform for our faculty to integrate sustainable thinking across our curriculum, education platforms, academic research, and external engagement activations. Click the link to find out more.
Explore UNSW's contributions to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals, designed to tackle the world’s most pressing challenges, such as ending poverty and hunger, climate change, the reduction of inequalities and more.
The Business School Sustainable Development Goals Committee implement organisational change to enable UNSW to be an exemplar in achieving the SDGs. The committee plays a key role in driving this change and supports the University to achieve its 2025 strategic priorities and the Principles of Responsible Management Education (PRME) in all we do.
The committee is responsible for championing, co-facilitating and capturing activities to support the SDGs to make informed decisions, make recommendations, and work in collaboration with the Faculty Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Committee and the UNSW SDG Steering Committee.
Operations & Governance
Faculty and Studnet Engagments
Many UNSW Business School educators and leaders share their expertise across the SDGs that are relevant to their research and teaching portfolios.
William Syddal, Head of Environmental Sustainability at UNSW, said, "Our students and staff are our catalysts for a sustainable future and SDG principals can be used to engage students in contemporary sustainability issues. By integrating 'SDG thinking' across UNSW educational programs, we hope to equip our future leaders to contribute to a more sustainable world."
This video series was produced by the EDDS Team of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Protfolio in collaboration with UNSW Sustainability.