International Women’s Day annually encourages the celebration of women all over the world. From mothers, daughters, sisters, friends to women who do amazing work to change the world. This year […]
When approaching sustainability it can seem like the eyes of the twitter masses are on you, waiting to pounce on you for throwing that plastic bottle in the general waste […]
On 20/02/2020 we ran the first “Hunger Games”. This session was run for Level 4 Tourism students as part of #SDGTeachin. The focus was on SDG2 Zero Hunger, with inevitable […]
Industrialization is important for any developing country. It creates a stronger job market and improves the economic prospects for millions of people. The issue with rapid industrialization is its dependency […]
We are all aware of the importance of sanitation and its role in maintaining good hygiene but it’s a concept that most of us spend very little time thinking about, […]
Lecturer Zulfi Ali, who has been paving the way in embedding the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into the curriculum at Christ Church with Project 93, received national recognition for […]
On 13 November, CCCU staff and students saved the world from Economic, Social and Environmental disaster!
The global population is expected to grow by 2 billion in the next 30 years. This will inevitably cause a rapid growth in towns and cities across the world, indeed […]
Poverty is a word that gets thrown around nowadays but has a real impact on real people up and down the country. The first UN sustainable development goals is to end poverty, in all forms, everywhere and so it is important to look at the impact of poverty on individuals and look at why it needs to end and how.