Environmental Sustainability

Welcome to this guide designed to support teaching and learning around sustainability

Sustainability at Unitec

Unitec has adopted 10 One Planet Living Principles as a sustainability framework focusing on teaching, research, collaboration and greening our campus. The principles embrace environment, economic and social wellbeing as together being essential to true sustainability.

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Be part of the solution: make a pledge to reduce your own carbon footprint by taking action in an area that is meaningful to you.  Share this with your friends and colleagues.  By working together we can make a difference!

 

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Sustainability at Unitec

Unitec has adopted 10 One Planet Living Principles as a sustainability framework focusing on teaching, research, collaboration and greening our campus. The principles embrace environment, economic and social wellbeing as together being essential to true sustainability.

Image: Bioregional http://www.bioregional.com/oneplanetliving/

Each principle has a set of measurable targets.  An overarching goal is to reduce our carbon footprint by 50% by 2030.

Take a look at how we are doing via graphs which track Unitec's usage of electricity, paper, petrol, water and waste.

Be part of the solution: make a pledge to reduce your own carbon footprint by taking action in an area that is meaningful to you.  Share this with your friends and colleagues.  By working together we can make a difference!

 

Te Noho Kotahitanga

....is the partnership which expresses Unitec commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi

Te Noho Kotahitanga marae is a focal point for Unitec. It is located at the heart of Unitec’s Mt Albert campus, part of the original settlement area of the Ngati Awa people.