Mobilising higher education for sustainable development – lessons learnt from the OECD study
PublisherGlobal University Network for Innovation (GUNI)
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Following decades of expansion in higher education, policy attention in OECD countries has begun to focus on the outcomes of higher education, its quality, relevance and impact. Consequently, there is also a greater interest in how universities and other higher education institutions contribute to sustainable development of their regions and how they can address global challenges such as global warming. With the processes of globalisation and localisation, the “Triple Bottom Line” i.e. economic, environmental and social performance of not only companies, but also universities is becoming increasingly important.
CitationGlobal University Network for Innovation (GUNI)