Funding: EU ERASMUS Academic Networks
Amount of funding: € 799.677 €, RCE Graz-Styria: € 12.679
Duration: 3 Jahre, 10/2013 - 10/2016
Lead partner: University of Gloucestershire
Partners: 55 Higher education institutions from 33 European countries
Albania: University of Tirana; Belgien: Katholieke Hogeschool Leuven; Bosnia and Herzegovina: University of Bihác; Bulgaria: University of Architecture, Civil Engineering & Geodesy, University of Forestry; Denmark: Aalborg University; Germany: Leuphana Universität Lüneburg, Universität Bremen; UK: University of Gloucestershire, London South Bank University; Estland: Instiute of Ecology Tallin University; France: École Nationale Supérieure EGID; Greece: Mediterranean Information Office for Environment, Culture and SD; National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Ireland: ECO-UNESCO; Italy: Universidad de Bergamo, Interdisciplinary Research Institute on Sustainability, Interuniversity Research Centre for Sustainable Development, Università Palermo, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata; Croatia: University of Rijeka; Letvia: Institute of Sustainable Education at Daugavpils University, Centre for Sustainable Business at SSE Riga; Lithuania: Vilnius University; Malta: University of Malta; Macedonia: Cyril and Methodius University; The Netherlands: Open University of Netherlands; Norway: University of Oslo; Austria: Universität Graz, Universität für Bodenkultur Wien; Poland: Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, University of Warsaw; Portugal: Portuguese Catholic University, Universdade de Aveiro, Universidade do Minho, Instituto Politecnico de Leiria; Rumania: Foundation Centre Education 2000+; Sweden: Malmö University, Uppsala University; Switzerland: Bern University; Serbia: University of Niš; Slovakia: Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Univerzita Komenského v Bratislave; Slovenia: University of Maribor Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, University of Ljubljana; Spain: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Universitat de Girona, Universidad de Granada, Universidad de País Vasco; Czech Republic: Charles University Prague; Turkey: Bogaziçi Universit - Sustainable Development and Cleaner Production and Consumption; Hungary: Eotvos Loránd University; Cyprus: University of Cyprus, Frederick University
Staff: Lead: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Friedrich M. Zimmermann; Member and contact person: Mag. Marlene Mader
The EU-project University Educators for Sustainable Development involves 55 higher education partners from 33 European countries. The project aims to produce strategic guidance for universities to foster Education for Sustainable Development innovation in the academic practice and curriculum through identifying and creating opportunities for university educators to develop ESD competences through professional development. The ultimate goal is to ensure that university educators have the competences and skills to prepare students for addressing sustainability within their professional work and personal lives. This will be ensured by identifying current practices, developing educational resources and establishing an academy to professionally support university educators and researchers.