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Massey University has a strong record of teaching, research and engagement around sustainability-related matters. We are in the early stages of a process to reduce our carbon footprint as an organisation. But we can do more. Part of our challenge as a university is to decide where and how we can make a difference, and what our priorities should be.
Over 2017 the university consulted with staff and students about what should be in a Sustainability strategy. That process produced the draft ‘Revised Sustainability Strategy’ (in the list of documents below). The Senior Leadership Team considered this document at meetings in January and February 2018 and has approved a ‘University Sustainability Planning Framework’ based on the draft Sustainability Strategic Plan. This Framework is being further developed with more detail and will be available from this website later in 2018. Work is also being done towards the development of a Carbon Management Plan.
Developing a Sustainability Strategy for Massey University (704 KB)
Revised Sustainability Strategy July 2017 (556 KB)
Sustainability Advisory Group Terms of Reference (254 KB)
Carbon Management Meeting Presentation 16 May 2017 (1,361 KB)
Video-linked meeting on Tuesday 16th May between 9-10.30am.
College of Health
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Sciences
Massey Business School
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Last updated on Monday 14 May 2018