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Sustainability, as outlined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), spans a wide range, focusing on critical areas like reducing poverty, advancing good health and wellbeing, guaranteeing quality education, nurturing decent work and economic growth, and championing climate action. The Sustainability Issue addresses these areas.

The latest issue of  IMPACT is available now and examines our research in the important area of sustainability.  It also provides a roundup of other School news, including events, new programmes and activities by staff, student and alumni. 

Articles include: 

Social sustainability in the workplace  

Professor Martyna Sliwa, Associate Dean for Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability examines the importance of social sustainability in the workplace for both individuals and organisations.  

SustAInability: How A.I. can steal our jobs but save our planet 

Dr Chrysostomos Apostolidis weighs up the sustainability-related promises of artificial intelligence (AI) with its societal impact. 

Tackling a tidal wave of pollution 

Why small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) might have the biggest impact – while making a profit. Expert in technology and operations management Professor Atanu Chaudhuri shares his thoughts.   

Sustainable development, reporting standards and setting a blueprint for the future  

Carol Adams, Professor of Accounting and Chair of the Global Sustainability Standards Board (GSSB) at Global Reporting Initiative, explains why reporting on organisations’ impacts is crucial to achieving real change.  
Providing high impact climate solutions with climate literacy training 

Discover the background to and benefits of training that concentrates on positive outcomes to influence teaching, practice or individual behaviour from Professor Helen Goworek. 

 ...and much, much more. 


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