Staff and students of current ACTS Member institutions and organisations can access a range of member only content and resources on this website. Make sure you’ve registered to get your log in details [here].
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Green Gown Awards Australasia Resources – OPEN CONTENT
- 2015 Winner – Sharing the Success
- 2014 Winner – Sharing the Success
- 2013 Winner – Sharing the Success
- 2012 Winner – Sharing the Success
- 2011 Winners – Sharing the Success
Member Only Content
The LiFE Index
The LiFE Index is designed to help educational institutions manage, measure and improve their social and environmental responsibility performance. Developed by sector colleagues from the UK, Australia and New Zealand, LiFE can be used to guide and support you to map your own route to a more sustainable future. Whatever sustainability looks like in your institution, the LiFE Index will help you identify gaps, focus your resources and set targets to drive change across the whole institution.
Anyone from an ACTS member institution can freely access the dedicated [LiFE website] using their existing ACTS log in credentials.
Our member resources are structured under the four priority areas that reflect the core business of educational institutions and demonstrate the key areas of focus for those already working towards sustainability:
ACTS has a unique partnership with our sister organisations: the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC) in the UK, and; the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) in America, to share our combined sustainability resources on a global scale. The initiative provides cross-organisational access to resources and is available exclusively to members from each organisation!
The ACTS website resources section represents the collaboration and input of our member institutions. It provides the opportunity for our members to share knowledge, experience and achievements as well as lessons learnt with the ACTS community. To keep this valuable resource relevant and dynamic please contact us for content suggestions, additions or updates.