With the goal of fostering a global dialogue around higher education sustainability, ACTS has joined forces with 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 member resources on a global scale.The new initiative is available exclusively to members from each organisation, who will now have access to all resources including publications, e-newsletters, guides and networks, as well as sharing good practice from around the globe on issues such as education for sustainability, resource efficiency, waste minimization and sustainability reporting.

The partnership was launched at the 16th Annual EAUC Conference at the University of York yesterday where ACTS President Leanne Denby, EAUC CEO Iain Patton and AASHE Executive Director Paul Rowland met to discuss how the partnership aims to raise the profile of sustainability education internationally through access to a wealth of information, support and good practice from across the globe.