In April 2022, the Singapore campus of JCU established the Sustainability Working Group to advance the University’s Sustainability Initiative. The group comprises representatives across various academic, research and professional units, and is responsible for the development and implementation of sustainability activities across the University. The Sustainability Working Group will also work closely with other parts of the University’s Australian campuses to align its aims and goals, and contribute to the SDGs.
Professor May Tan-Mullins, Dean International at JCU in Singapore, leads the Sustainability Working Group as the Campus’s Chief Sustainability Officer. She says, “Taking on climate and environmental concerns can be challenging, but — now more than ever — the world needs universities to take action and inspire positive change that contributes to greater sustainability. Current and future generations depend on us to solve this global problem, as we work together to combat pressing sustainability challenges. I hope that JCU’s strong commitment to sustainability can help create a more inclusive, sustainable and better future for all.”
Our Sustainability Rankings / Awards
Yellow Flame Award
2021 School Green Awards
Awarded by Singapore Environment Council
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