As the first Belgian higher education institution to publish a GRI sustainability report (http://www.hubrussel.be/HUB_english/HUB_web/HUB-Bestanden/HUB-Bestanden-English/Sustainability-Report-2011.pdf), the Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel (HUB) Faculty of Economics & Management is proud to continue its commitment to Agenda 21 by the signing and embodiment of the RIO+20 Declaration of Higher Education Institutions (HEI).
The integration of sustainability themes into education has been a priority of the Faculty for over a decade, as noted by AISHE (Auditing Instrument for Sustainability Higher Education) certification for selected study programs.
The HUB Sustainability Mission Statement (2005) commits the institution to the proposed actions of The Johannesburg Declaration on Sustainable Development of the United Nations. Sustainability has also been selected for the elite status of a strategic option a guiding theme for the entire institution.
In coming years, 2013-2015, concrete goals for HUB include: a reduction of CO2 emissions of the entire HUB by 10%; attainment of a certification from the local authority of Brussels for an ecodynamic institution; and support of the international office of SENSD (Students European Network for Sustainable Development). Goals for the Faculty include: the further integration of sustainability themes in the academic programs; contribution to research on measuring sustainability integration in higher education.
GRI sustainability report
AISHE (Auditing Instrument for Sustainability Higher Education) certification
Support of the international office of SENSD (Students European Network for Sustainable Development)
Resources devoted to implementation
Staff / Technical expertise
Expertise of students and staff concerning sustainable development
Dirk De Ceulaer, Dean, email@example.com
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