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A few testimonials


They influence it

Senior Advisors are UN bodies and relevant international networks/associations involved in education...

Senior Advisors are UN bodies and relevant international networks/associations involved in education and sustainable development. They ensure homogeneity, coherence and validate the whole process. They guarantee the credibility, independence and spirit of the SuLiTest project.

  • * John NORTH GRLI
    Managing Director

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is a pioneering initiative on multiple fronts. Firstly, it accelerates the emergence of the issue-centered curriculum of the future, one that is no longer confined to narrow subject and discipline-based silos. Secondly, by successfully mobilising a global network of experts, academics and institutions to co-create the tool and its content, the Sustainability Literacy Test is setting a new benchmark for collaborative innovations serving people, planet and then profit. Finally, and this is crucial from GRLI's point of view, it supports educators, academics and learners worldwide in the critical mission of our time - catalysing the transformation of business and society to progress in a globally responsible and sustainable way. For these reasons the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative, with our partners, is proud to play an active role in the incubation and stewardship of the Sustainability Literacy Test. We invite others to join us in supporting and promoting this ground-breaking initiative.

  • * Jonas HAERTLE PRME
    Head

    The Sustainable Literacy Test has the potential to transform management education. By testing a learner's sustainable development knowledge the test provides a key tool to assess whether we are making progress towards responsible management education. Responsible management seeks solutions which benefit the planet, people and an organization's financial bottom line. I am encouraged to know that already a number of business schools of the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative and regional PRME Chapters are using the test.

  • Ola Goransson UNDESA
    Sustainable Development Officer & Partnerships Coordinator Division for Sustainable Development

    From the perspective of UNDESA, as a founding sponsor of HESI, the SULITEST represents a valuable assessment and training tool to measure and enhance core knowledge and competencies in sustainable development. SULITEST   should increasingly serve as a reference for developing core curricula for teaching sustainable development. HEI and other sustainability stakeholders should consider expanded use of the SULITEST to advance sustainability competences.

  • * Mahesh PRADHAN UNEP
    Head of UNEP's Environmental Education and Training Unit (EETU) within the Division of Environmental Policy Implementation (DEPI)

    The SULITEST provides an excellent basis to assess knowledge on sustainability issues, which can evolve into a global benchmark. Through the Global Universities Partnership on Environment and Sustainability (GUPES), we hope that an increasing number of higher education institutions are able to internalise sustainability issues, and make use of the SULITEST in assessing and monitoring progress.

  • * Alexander LEICHT UNESCO
    Chief, Section of Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship

    The Sustainability Literacy Test makes an important contribution to tracking the advancement of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) worldwide. It has great potential in supporting the reporting on the ESD component of Sustainable Development Goal 4. We are pleased about our cooperation with the Sulitest under the Global Action Programme on ESD.

  • Orlando SÁENZ ARIUSA
    Coordinator of the Alliance of Ibero American Networks of Universities for Sustainability and Environment

    Among the many tasks we are dealing with in universities with a serious environmental commitment is the evaluation of our student's basic knowledge about sustainability. The SULITEST project is building a tool which allows: to measure the level of knowledge they have reached, to do useful comparisons between students of many countries, and to learn from the most significant experiences in the field. Unfortunately, the participation of universities from Latin America and the Caribbean is still limited. I invite my colleagues of ARIUSA to coordinate and amplify our commitment in this important global collaboration project, beginning with our input in the construction of a better evaluation tool which takes into account the reality of our region.

  • Clemens MADER COPERNICUS Alliance
    President

    "The SuLiTest provides an excellent opportunity to assess the understanding of sustainable development among students and staff so to further improve study and professional training programs. The possibility of individual test adaptation makes context specific assessment available. This is a core element for monitoring processes and to learn among peer groups as like international networks.“

  • Pam FREDMAN IAU
    President IAU (2016-2020) & Rector Gothenburg University

    Agenda 2030 identifies a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets for all stakeholders in society to contribute to. Universities, Civil Society, business and the world of work in particular are aware of these goals and contribute in a wide variety of ways to achieving them. Sulitest est is a unique tool that stakeholders and in particular higher education students can use to measure where they are in terms of understanding the SDGs and to learn how they can improve their knowledge base; the aim is for them to be equipped to contribute to addressing the Global Challenges that the World faces today. IAU is pleased to support the development of this initiative.

They believe in it

Local, national and global leaders who support the Sulitest

Those leaders support the Sulitest because they are convinced of the need for everyone to collectively engage in building a sustainable future. They appreciate its simplicity and its multiple uses. They believe in its impact both in universities and in organizations and in its ability to raise awareness and give the desire to learn.

  • YAK & ELYX

    September 2015, the United Nations sign a contract with humanity called Sustainable Development Goals, 17 goals and 169 targets to be achieved in just 15 years. It could seem totally unrealistic but it’s not at all if everyone makes its part. To achieve such a challenge, citizen have to start with Sustainability literacy to speak a common language for a better future. This amazing tool is the key to this language. I am proud to support Sulitest with my character Elyx, UN first digital ambassador and a huge Global Goals supporter. Our motto : #WeAreOne. 

  • Henry MINTZBERG
    Henry Mintzberg, McGill University / Professor and Author of 180 articles and 19 books, Distinguished Scholar for the year 2000 by the Academy of Management, two McKinsey prizes for articles in the Harvard Business Review

    “Healthy society balances the power of respected governments in the public sector with responsible businesses in the private sector and robust communities in what I call the plural sector. This is the essence of sustainability and I applaud the Sustainability Literacy Test for what it is trying to achieve.”

  • Adam TYSON Erasmus European Commission
    Head of Unit Higher Education Modernisation Agenda

    We all share the goal of improving the performance and impact of higher education, so that it equips students with the knowledge and skills that are relevant for the societies and economies of the future. But finding ways to measure if this is being done successfully continues to be a real challenge. The Sustainability Literacy Test is an important step in the right direction. Built on international collaboration, it demonstrates in a practical and powerful way how higher education can engage with the crucial global challenges of sustainable development, while empowering students and staff to make a difference.

  • Gilles BERHAULT Comité 21
    President

    Over 2 billion children were born since January 1st 2000. Will they be able to freely invent their futures? Yes, but only if we can preserve the very conditions for human development by providing economic stability, environmental balance, health and security. It is up to us all to protect our common good. Let us dare to declare that our childrens' future well-being can be better than our own. This new humanist ambition is based on economic and collective strength, and therefore education. It is everyone's problem, and in particular one for actors in higher education. We have needed a test to evaluate an individual's capacity to act. Built collaboratively and transnationally with all the stakeholders in higher-education. The good news is - this test exists! Let's share it with the world now.

  • Jacques HUYBRECHTS Entrepreneurs d'Avenir
    CEO

    As funder of the Entrepreneurs d'avenir network, which seeks to bring together business leaders engaged in a sincere and systemic approach to responsible and sustainable development, the Sustainability Literacy Test is a huge step forward and maybe a breaking point. The Entrepreneurs d'avenir network has been mobilized in the last few years in an action called Campus d'avenir that promotes the work of French colleges and universities that are most virtuous when it comes to sustainable development and social responsibility. The emergence of this international test on campuses and in businesses allows managers, future managers and leaders to integrate key concepts in the field of social engagement. We can imagine and hope it will positively modify the behavior and actions of those who are in a position to take actions and decide in organizations. If this test imposes itself as we hope it will, it is possible that the economy and society really change. The Entrepreneur d'avenir network is committed to promote and communicate its virtues.

  • Mathieu BAUDIN Institut des Futurs souhaitables
    CEO

    An amazing tool for the future that allows decision makers to take a step back in apprehending the horizon.

  • benjamin KABOUCHE LPO - Agir pour la biodiversité
    Director for LPO in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

    “One only understands the things that one tames” says the fox to the little prince written by Saint Exupery
    It is the same with fundamental issues such as the environment and sustainable development. Our 21st century societies are characterized by a multiplication of exchange channels as well as a profound consumerism from the earliest ages on. We create huge amounts of waste every day. The mechanical power of our technologies is currently very efficient on harming our environment. On the contrary, actions helping to preserve our vital resources (water, air, soil, forests) particularly complex to put in place. Impact on the environment is rapidly made but finding long lasting solutions to preserve ecosystems are way longer to achieve. It needs 30 years for a forest to grow where it took 1 week to cut it down.
    The LPO, member of the NGO network BirdLife is active on a variety of territories with the latest eco technologies to restore and preserve biodiversity.
    So what can the Sulitest be useful for?
    In my opinion it is the capacity of pointing out the complexity of stakes in our world. It allows to apprehend our society’s difficulty to face climate change. It stresses the importance of rethinking our own behavior, each individual, by consuming better and reducing carbon footprint. And at the same time that solutions need to be deployed on a global level. In conclusion this means we first need to understand environmental stakes, than “tame” them in order to be able to become change makers and reduce economic, social and environmental impact in the future.
    Congratulations for this initiative!

  • Anne-Catherine HUSSON TRAORE Novethic
    CEO

    To inform and to train economic decision makers so that they don't turn the earth into an exhausted planet, is Novethic's mission. That is why we think the Sustainaibility Literacy Test is an amazing idea. It allows sharing numerous countries common knowledge about sustainability. If all of those who take the testjoin hands, we hope to limit global warming under two degrees!

  • Quinn RUNKLE NUS UK
    Senior Project Officer - Communities and Curriculum, Department for Sustainability

    The National Union of Students UK knows that students want to learn more about sustainability - 80% of students see sustainability as a priority for universities and 60% want to learn more about it within their own course. The Sustainability Literacy Test provides us with a tool to measure and better understand student learning. Having a global snapshot of students' understanding provides powerful statistics to influence change in education within the UK and around the world. We need our universities to be creating graduates who are part of the solution to the world's greatest challenges, rather than a part of the problem, and the Sustainability Literacy Test can help us to get there.

  • Brice LALONDE UN Global Compact
    Special Advisor to the U.N. Global Compact, Former UN Assistant Secretary-General, Executive Coordinator of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development

    This is a welcome initiative that is successful in its development and I had the pleasure to be a part of it. The higher Education Sustainable Initiative was born during the Rio+20 conference, where the institution of higher education decided to cooperate to respect and spread the principals of sustainable development. It is Jean-Christophe Carteron from Marseille Euromed-Management business school, now Kedge Business School after the merger with the Bordeaux business school, who had the idea to provide a measurement tool of student knowledge about sustainable development, the Sustainable Literacy test or SuLiTest. And indeed, we have to measure the knowledge of students, and beyond of professors, of managers in companies, in the press or in administrations, in these crucial issues for the future, that are so often forgotten in the extreme specialization of disciplines. It is an initiative that addresses wide-spread expectations, judging by its overall global success. It is spread in the world's educational institutions, combining general questions to local aspects of sustainable development, and constantly perfecting itself. Long live SuLiTest!

  • H.E. Oyun SANJAASUREN United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA)
    Environment minister of Mongolia and first elected president of UNEA

    Education plays a vital role in transforming our societies towards a sustainable future. By raising awareness, Sulitest is a powerful tools to help anyone to become deeply committed to building a sustainable future. I hope to see it spreading in more and more countries.

  • Mario SALOMONE WEEC
    General Secretay, World Environmental Education Congress

    The initiative of a test to assess the knowledge of university students (and of high schoolers eventually) in sustainability has the merit of introducing this topic in hundreds of institutions on five continents, that often do not have in their programs and in their mandates the required skills to promote ecological transition to a green society.

  • Jean-Paul DELEVOYE CESE
    Past President Economic, Social and Environmental Council

    Nowadays, the main issue for our organizations is collective intelligence. In a transforming society which is marked by uncertainty, it is more necessary than ever to understand the challenges of tomorrow, to collectively build new models capable of reconciling economic, social and environmental performance. We must find a new way to create dialog through a shared diagnosis. Without it our societies will tear apart fighting to preserve personal interests. SuliTest takes part in the cultural evolution of decision markers of tomorrow?

They sponsor it

These partners are helping us grow and develop the Sulitest for new areas and uses.

In order to further develop the test it is essential to consolidate our human and financial resources. After the success of the pilot version among the Academic world, Sulitest has launched a preliminary funding campaign which was a success. The Sulitest received financial and moral support from 11 higher education institutions and 8 corporate or professional organizations. These donations have allowed the association to contract with a new IT partner, Aleaur, who is ensuring the development of this new Version 2, now also available to non-academic organizations.
We are extremely grateful to all these organizations who are helping us to build this tool for the common good of our global society.

  • * Jaclyn ROSEBROOK-COLLIGNON
    Head of Sustainability & Global Social Responsibility at Grenoble Ecole de Management

    Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) has been participating actively in the development and deployment of the Sustainability Literacy Test since 2013. It is a versatile and innovative pedagogical tool performing summative, formative and diagnostic functions in the learning process, as well as serving as a critical object of study itself. The test, and the data collected, can be used to inform and transform learning objectives and research in Sustainability and Global Responsibility for students and all our organization's stakeholders. The construction of the tool and community has been a dynamic participative process involving intercultural collaboration around the world. The SuLiTest community is an active, living social experiment for those dedicated to education for a sustainable and globally responsible world.

  • Scott BLAIR

     
    Education Abroad provides students with high-impact learning environments in which the cross-cultural and comparative realities of declining biodiversity, unsustainable development and social inequality are all too evident. Yet, it’s precisely because solutions to such problems require cross-cultural knowledge, collaborative skills and ethically-grounded attitudes and behaviors that education abroad provides such great potential for fostering sustainability literacy. At The EDUCATION ABROAD Network (TEAN), a Chicago-based education abroad provider, we deliver the Sulitest to all our students leaving the United States to spend a semester abroad in one of our top-ranked partner universities across the Asia-Pacific region. Through our partnerships with the Sulitest Community, we are helping students increase both their sustainability literacy and their civic engagement. It is through our many students that the Sulitest helps us uphold our core value at TEAN—CHOOSE EARTH: Live sustainably. Our programs and practices are designed to foster global thinking and informed local action because the individual choices we make have a global impact. Let’s work truly together and choose a sustainable future for our planet.
     

  • * Thomas FROEHLICHER
    Director General & Dean

    Responsibility as a Higher Education Institution can no longer be limited to the confines of our campus. If Kedge Business School is internationally recognized as a reference in terms of Corporate Social Responsiblity, it is of course thanks to the numerous publications of its researchers, its pedagogical approach favouring student commitment, and for the responsible management of its campuses. But it is also because we are contributing to the construction of what should be the higher education of tomorrow. By initiating and financially supporting the SuLiTest , we wanted to help the global academic community, and beyond, to measure and lead the spread of sustainability literacy worldwide. Our new student intakes are not only required to take the test, in 2020 Kedge BS students will be required to have a minimum score to obtain their diploma. Higher education must be a driving force in societal innovation. Through its global distribution and its flexibility of use, we are convinced that the SuLiTest is an exceptional tool for change.

  • victoria hands

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is one way of empowering our global student body to check if they have the contextual knowledge and critical-thinking skills to move us to doing business to benefit all life globally and in the future. It presents an opportunity for educators to monitor how they are contributing to this goal and is an example of collaborative co-creation - anyone can suggest improvements and questions.

  • Hélène VALADE C3D
    President

    Sustainable development in companies goes beyond the mere circle of experts. To conduct the necessary transition of economic models and ways of production and consumption, it is essential that all employees understand the issues. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a great tool to assess their knowledge, develop training plans accordingly and evaluate results. The C3D has therefore naturally committed to support the SULITEST, to promote it to its members and, with its collective expertise, to contribute to its enrichment.

  • Anne-Lucie WACK CGE
    Présidente

    The GCE supports the sustainability literacy test since the beginning of its creation, its expert members are associated to the creation of the questions for France and on the international level. The CGE considers the test a double response to the educational mission of its members: Firstly, it allows everyone, including students, to evaluate playfully their knowledge. Secondly it allows professors to evaluate their pedagogic actions when it comes to raising awareness on sustainable development issues and social responsibility. It is a great tool that can create a dynamic of training in an institution on an essential subject, but oftentimes rarely dealt with. It is also a great research tool on the cultural meaning of sustainable development thanks to the international benchmark it offers.

  • Georges KLENKLE Degetel
    CEO

    The Degetel Group, which I co-created 16 years ago, has inscribed in its DNA the values of sharing, value required for a consulting firm in digital technologies, and has always been involved in many humanitarian foundations. When I was asked to participate in the creation of the Foundation Kedge BS, I was not only voluntary but also driver for bring out challenges such as Sulitest.The value of awareness on sustainable development is no longer to be seen. However, the beauty of Sulitest is to go beyond awareness to show that the sustainability of our environment requires a testing of our commitments to our planet which we are just passengers.

  • * Iain PATTON EAUC
    Chief Executive

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is a powerful and pioneering global initiative bringing together a unique and huge diversity of education stakeholders. This diversity is helping us learn to better collaborate and speak the same language of a more sustainable future. Being the UK lead sustainability body for universities and colleges the EAUC is fully committed to this project and ensuring our students leave our universities equipped to lead change for a sustainable future.

  • Emeric FORTIN École des Ponts ParisTech
    Sustainable development Manager

    Through our school's research and teaching focus (transport, urban planning, materials, energy, environment, sectorial economy and finance ...), the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech has chosen for several years to analyze the key issues and develop innovative solutions for a sustainable development. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a unique and ideal tool for introducing the pluridisciplinary dimensions of sustainability for all our students entering the Ecole. We are very proud to have contributed to the elaboration of this first version of the Test and looking forward to this ongoing adventure with our friends and partners. This test constitutes a wonderful tool to raise awareness and an easy way to promote sustainable development education at all levels, everywhere in the world.

  • Claude NAHON EDF
    Group's Executive Vice President for Sustainable Development

    As a company, EDF is very firmly anchored in the regions where it works. In a way, they have invited us to provide our range of business activities on their territory. Our responsibility as a corporate citizen is to create value for these regions, in particular by reducing our impacts on the environment and helping our customers reduce theirs. We go to great lengths to consider sustainable development issues in all our projects. The conduct of each and every one of our employees is concerned.  To be sustainable, all development must be part of business and the economy as a whole. What we’re expecting from the Sustainable Literacy Test is that it helps us share this vision with our employees, whether in regard to environmental issues, social integration or social cohesion. For us, the test must be an effective lever for changing conduct and transforming our ways of working.

  • Eric CORNUEL EFMD
    Director General & CEO

    EFMD is a strong advocate of the social and environmental imperatives that must accompany business practices globally. In all our activities, like accreditation, we encourage Higher Education Institutions and companies to embrace those concepts and implement tools to be agents of change in society. The Sustainability Literacy Test is an innovative pedagogical tool that can be deployed in multiple ways to advance educational objectives in sustainability and global responsibility. This internationally collaborative test is already being used in higher education to raise awareness about sustainability issues, as an object for critical learning and analysis and even, to measure and benchmark learning outcomes. I fully endorse this tool and encourage schools to contribute to the community working to ensure the SuLiTest 's relevance for promoting action toward solving urgent global challenges and promoting transformation in sustainability education and beyond.

  • denis guibard IMT
    Dean - Télécom Ecole de Management

    At the institute Mines-telecom, we train future managers, engineers and entrepreneurs who will be the actors in the environmental and energy, the digital, the economic and industrial transition that is essential to meet the challenges of sustainable development. Simple actions to increase students' awareness are no longer efficient. It is our responsibility to prepare our future graduates to a good understanding and mastering of economic, social and environmental impact of their future professional actions towards all stakeholders. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a great initiative that goes in this direction. Schools of Mines-Telecom Institute have started using it at the beginning of its pilot phase, both to assess the knowledge of students as they arrive on our campuses and to support pedagogical work about social responsibility in organization. This tool will evolve and be enriched, and IMT will contribute, relying on the work of its faculty and the feedback of the experience of our students.

  • Reinold GEIGER L'Occitane
    Executive Chairman and CEO

    The Occitane group is, since its creation, bound to biodiversity and nature.
    We develop 70 plotted plant sectors and we minimize our impact on the environment, for example by adopting renewable energy sources for our French boutiques. Sustainable development is a pillar of our strategy.
    The Sulitest is to us an amazing opportunity to increase our companies current and future decision makers level of awareness on environmental, and social challenges of tomorrow. That is why we decided to become one of the first international companies to support the development of Sulitest.

  • Nicholas VANTREESE La Banque Postale
    Head of CSR

    Since, its creation, La Banque Postale, a public service bank serving the real economy, has chosen a unique, solid, responsible and sustainable business model. Responsibility, transparency and accessibility to all stand at the core of its set of values, making sustainable development one of the founding principles of its civic minded bank positioning. Therefore, we are proud to be the first bank having developed a partnership with the Sulitest, the first worldwide test on sustainable development. This test will allow us to first raise awareness and to train our staff and eventually it could be used in our recruitment processes to share the values and ambitions of our group.

  • Sylvie BENARD LVMH
    Corporate Environment Director

    The design and manufacture of luxury products not only require innovation, creativity and production excellence, but also environmental and social performance. Products created by the Group's Houses are made from natural and often rare and exceptional raw materials. We have launched in 2012 the LIFE program which allows each group entity to define action plans by prioritizing strategic objectives, along with indicators to measure performance. But the management of an international group present in more than 70 countries with more than 120 000 employees is complex and it is for us essential that each employee understands the impact of its decisions on the planet and society. A tool such as SuLiTest will allow us to measure the state of sustainability literacy of our current and future employees and support them for even better perform on those crucial topics? By joining the partner college members of SuLiTest, LVMH is proud to contribute to the deployment of this tool, useful not only internally but whose scope will impact, without doubt, all the business segments.

  • Elisabeth COQUET-REINIER ONET
    Member of the Onet Group's supervisory Board and President of the Reinier holding company

    Onet supports the Sustainability Literacy Test because it contributes toward building a more sustainable world

  • Denis GASQUET ONET
    President of the Onet Executive Board

    Engaging with this pioneer project will provide Onet with a new opportunity to pursue its differentiated approach to responsible development and to demonstrate this commitment to its partners. Internally, the test will be included in Onet's managerial development programmes in France and in its foreign subsidiaries. In our external relations, it will complete our offer of responsible solutions by opening up new realms of dialogue with our clients

  • Brigitte DUMONT Orange
    CSR Director

    The Sulitest is an excellent basis to assess knowledge on CSR issues. Starting as an academic tool, it can be envisioned in its future evolution as a standard to evaluate core knowledge and skills on CSR issues within a company such as Orange. Orange has a strong CSR commitment to accelerate progress for all thanks to digital technology. It is driven by a dedicated CSR program which success also relies on the mobilization of more than 154 000 employees in 28 subsidiaries. The Sulitest can become a shared background education within the Group, and be used as a CSR passport to guarantee a level of understanding of how sharing value with society can be a winning game for all.

  • André HEMARD Pernod Ricard
    VP CSR

    With a presence in 85 countries and 100 production sites across the world, Pernod Ricard has put sustainability at the heart of its long term strategy. Launching SuLiTest via its Corporate University, the Group wishes to use a modern Learning format to spread the sustainable business and get its 18,000 employees to check their knowledge and understanding of these important topics. Global results of the test will guide Pernod Ricard to take more targeted actions to embed this culture in everything we do. SuLiTest will also be used to convey a powerful message to new joiners in the group who will be asked to take the test as one of their very first activities with the company. SuLiTest is a wonderful tool to help transform our 18 000 employees in ambassadors for sustainable business which is key for long term success.

  • Carole PARKES PRME Chapter UK and Ireland
    Chair

    Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is critical for all students in the 21st Century. The Sustainability Literacy Test is valuable (as both a formative and summative assessment tool) to support the integration of ESD into the curriculum. It also provides the opportunity for understanding ESD in Global and Regional contexts.

  • Anne-Sophie BARTHEZ Université Paris Seine
    Présidente

    Paris Seine University unites thirteen institutions of higher education in the west of Paris. We are committed as a partner of the sustainability literacy test, because we are convinced of the challenge it represents for our students in their careers, today and tomorrow. Our ambition is that our 35,500 students take the test as part as their curriculum and grasp the challenges facing humanity in the 21st century.

  • Anders SANDOFF University of Gothenburg
    Assistant Professor

    Having used the Sustainability test for some years in my master class 'Sustainable Management', I see the value of having a tool that engage students from all over the world in a common understanding of important sustainability challenges. As a tutor I also appreciate the discussions one can have on regional and even national differences.

They adapt it to their local context

RNECs (Regional and National Expert Committees) ) are key actors in deploying the test worldwide...

One of the strengths of Sulitest is its ability to offer a tool adapted to the local context.
By producing questions specific to the laws, cultures and customs of their region, RNECs play a critical role in the deployment of test across the planet. Composed by students or academic networks, NGOs, and business networks, they coordinate the development of the test by diffusing it among their stakeholders.

  • Meghan FAY ZAHNISER AASHE - RNEC USA
    Executive Director

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is an exciting initiative that is setting the standard for the measuring impact of education for sustainability efforts. At AASHE, we believe that sustainability should be incorporated throughout the curriculum so that all graduating students, no matter what career path they choose, are equipped with the knowledge and solutions they need to address sustainability challenges. The Sustainability Literacy Test, through it's evaluation of students and their skills, will help to realize this goal throughout the world.

  • Takayuki NAKAMURA CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
    Executive Director, Campus Sustainability Network in Japan (CAS-Net JAPAN)

    The idea of Sustainable Development can and should be a principal notion to lead the world in the 21st century. We have to make lots of effort to transfer the importance of the idea to younger generations. In this sense, the Sustainability Literacy Test has an important meaning. Campus Sustainability Network in Japan (CAS-Net JAPAN) would like to be a hub in order to disseminate the Test in Japan.

  • Anne-Lucie WACK CGE
    Présidente

    The GCE supports the sustainability literacy test since the beginning of its creation, its expert members are associated to the creation of the questions for France and on the international level. The CGE considers the test a double response to the educational mission of its members: Firstly, it allows everyone, including students, to evaluate playfully their knowledge. Secondly it allows professors to evaluate their pedagogic actions when it comes to raising awareness on sustainable development issues and social responsibility. It is a great tool that can create a dynamic of training in an institution on an essential subject, but oftentimes rarely dealt with. It is also a great research tool on the cultural meaning of sustainable development thanks to the international benchmark it offers.

  • Clara DOLY-TACCONI CIRSES - RNEC FRANCE
    President

    The Collective for the Integration of Social Responsibility in Higher Education (CIRSES) is a professional association of those who bear the function Sustainability / Corporate Social Responsibility in the French higher education institutions. In France, CIRSES is part of the SuLiTest regional committee of experts for its development, both in its teaching and in its appropriation in universities. The SuLiTest is a great tool that allows not only to engage the new generations to the new challenges and global impacts, but also to support the growing competence of higher education internationally.

  • Jean-François BALAUDÉ CPU - RNEC France
    President of the ecological transition Comitee of the CPU

    Measure the sensitivity of students to environmental and social issues :
    The French higher education institutions today affirm their full commitment to engage in the great challenge of the ecological transition and the fight against climate change; they argue that their campus, including these issues can be major levers for youth mobilization and transfer of territories to new forms of behavior and living together. How to train our students in a systemic vision, foresight and collective world of tomorrow? the Sulitest is an outstanding tool that enables higher education teachers to submit their students a multiple choice questionnaire focusing on issues of sustainable development and social responsibility.

  • Benoît Derenne Foundation for Future Generations - RNEC Belgium
    Director

    With the Higher Education & Research Awards for Future Generations (HERA) programme, the Foundation for Future Generations encourages those - both students and researchers - who contribute to passing on a liveable world to our children. These Excellence Awards reward master's and doctoral theses that investigate innovative and sustainable solutions for major societal challenges. HERA has the ambition to inspire gradually the whole academic community. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a very powerful tool to reach this ambition, since it raises awareness amongst students on the challenges the future generations will be facing and amongst professors and academic institutions on the sustainability literacy of their students. What is more, besides the academic community, the Sulitest is also relevant for other stakeholders!

  • * Debra ROWE HEASC
    Advisor, Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium

    The Higher Education Association Sustainability Consortium of the United States supports the development and dissemination of the Sustainability Literacy Test. The new architecture and design for this test makes it an outstanding learning and assessment tool that will help improve the quality of education for sustainable development in the U.S. and internationally.

  • Ming FAI PANG HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
    Chairperson

    The launching of the Sustainability Literacy Test in Hong Kong has helped our university teachers, administrators and students to deeply rethink and reflect on the various issues related to sustainability in our curriculum. Furthermore, it has inspired us to (re)consider how we can promote sustainability in every part of our work, which I find very meaningful and important.

  • Javier BENAYAS DEL ALAMO INAECU - RNEC Spain
    Deputy Director of the Interuniversity Institute INAECU (Investigación Avanzada sobre Evaluación de la Ciencia y la Universidad)

    It is increasingly clearer that the changes which must happen in the world we live in must head down the path of sustainability. It is therefore essential that university students in all career paths can acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to apply the principles of sustainability in their professional practices. With this we can guarantee that future leaders of our countries' private and public institutions will be able to be change agents towards sustainability. The application of the SuLiTest can become a tool of great interest and service to assess progress in this type of knowledge which is taking place in the students of Spanish universities.

  • Nelya Rakhimova Open School of Sustainable Development - RNEC Russia
    Founder and CEO

    As we provide non-formal education on sustainable development and also work with Russian universities, the first time we have learned about the Sulitest we thought that it must exist in Russian. Such international tool provides an opportunity for people around the world to have equal opportunities to have the same level of education and skills, as well as it helps to create a common understanding about sustainability among different nations which is crucial for the achievement of global goals. We hope that Russian version of the test will raise awareness on sustainability issues in Russian-speaking communities.

  • Norman DE PAULA ARRUDA FILHO PRME Chapter Brazil - RNEC Brazil
    ISAE President

    As the PRME Chapter Brazil and ISAE President, we helped in the Literacy Test dissemination and application to all PRME Brazilian institutions signatories, including in our own institution. Brazil had the second largest number of respondents to the survey

  • May Akinyi OTIENO RCE Greater Nairobi - RNEC Kenya
    President of the RCE
    Academic Lecturer- Kenyatta University

    Sustainable literacy awareness is important for all of us. Conservation and protection is now an important issue like never before and which cuts across all disciplines and affects our daily livelihood. Sitting for Sulitest will help students to make informed decisions on their actions towards sustainable lives. Environmental issues require us to take a broader perspective, since they cannot be resolved by one region or one country alone. The cumulative effects of individual efforts can have a big impact on sustainable development. It is vital that each of us adopts a sincere attitude towards sustainable laws. RCE Greater Nairobi is happy to join effort Sulitest in helping students and publics in Kenya and in Africa to increase sustainability literacy levels for future safe earth.

  • Manrique ARGUEDAS CAMACHO REDIES - RNEC COSTA RICA
    Unidad de Acción Ambiental Universidad Earth - RED Costarricense de Instituciones Educativas

    The Sustainability Test is a useful tool that we have administered to students in some of the Costa Rican universities affiliated with REDIES. Upon having evaluated the results obtained from the test, there appears to be an opportunity to discuss the relevance of sustainability in career development and the link that it has as a central focus in the curriculum. In particular, I think one must work on improving the knowledge transfer to students in higher education, so that they will assume a greater awareness of the opportunities and challenges of sustainable development so as to view it in a fresh manner.

  • Alain TORD REFEDD - RNEC France
    Former president of REFEDD (REseau Français des Etudiants pour le Développement Durable / French Student Network for Sustainability)

    I've been involved in student-led associations for 3 years, first at my university, then at a national level. Through this engagement I would like to show how students are concerned with what society becomes. I have taken part in the Sustainability Literacy Test to raise awareness of students about sustainability. In my opinion, this test is a good first step to embed sustainability in curriculum. The Sulitest is a powerful tool to help universities educate students to become future agents of global change.

They ask their students to take it

These Schools integrate the test in their curricula and ask their students to take it.

Today the test is used in numerous higher education institutions around the world: in the context of specific courses and programs; as a mandatory step to validate a program or degree; a knowledge evaluation at entry level, ...
The wide diversity of uses and users, directly contributes to the added-value and credibility of this highly flexible learning tool. "Full Players" are committed to integrating the Sustainability Literacy Test into their university practices such as compulsory passages upon entry or exit.
Furthermore the test offers the global academic community a map of sustainability knowledge across the planet.

  • Sauli SOHLO
    Deputy Director, Martti Ahtisaari Institute

    In Finland and the Nordic Countries, the different issues around sustainability are well accepted and endorsed as an inseparable part of any nation, willing to sustain and improve the quality of life of its people, as well as the environment. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a great way of introducing and deepening the knowledge of these issues amongst university students. It has been an eye opening exercise also for our SuLiTest Team members at Oulu Business School, to design the Finnish questions for the test. There really is more to sustainability, than one might think!

  • Scott BLAIR

     
    Education Abroad provides students with high-impact learning environments in which the cross-cultural and comparative realities of declining biodiversity, unsustainable development and social inequality are all too evident. Yet, it’s precisely because solutions to such problems require cross-cultural knowledge, collaborative skills and ethically-grounded attitudes and behaviors that education abroad provides such great potential for fostering sustainability literacy. At The EDUCATION ABROAD Network (TEAN), a Chicago-based education abroad provider, we deliver the Sulitest to all our students leaving the United States to spend a semester abroad in one of our top-ranked partner universities across the Asia-Pacific region. Through our partnerships with the Sulitest Community, we are helping students increase both their sustainability literacy and their civic engagement. It is through our many students that the Sulitest helps us uphold our core value at TEAN—CHOOSE EARTH: Live sustainably. Our programs and practices are designed to foster global thinking and informed local action because the individual choices we make have a global impact. Let’s work truly together and choose a sustainable future for our planet.
     

  • Anthony BUONO
    Professor of Management & Sociology

    As a business university, Bentley is committed to holistic business education, grounded in the realization that environmental and social considerations are essential to all forward-looking business leaders. Reflecting this commitment, Bentley has pledged to become carbon neutral by 2030 -- and our success is dependent on the collaboration and enthusiasm among students, faculty and staff to ensure that Bentley's sustainability efforts reflect the accomplishments of the entire community. As a full player, the SuLiTest is an important part of this endeavor, allowing us to track the progress of all of our students as we continue along this journey.

  • Rosanne CARLIER

    SKEMA's mission is to produce ethical decision makers who are aware of their responsibility and who consider outcomes in terms of their impact on human beings. They are trained to deal with the challenges and meaning of corporate social responsibility and they are able to generate sustainable performance.
    SKEMA decided that students enrolled on the Master in Management Program should take the SULITEST (3 000). The objective is to:
    - increase student self-awareness of the Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility issues they will face

  • Caroline Cazi

    Montpellier Business School is deeply committed to Ethics, Global responsibility and Diversity. We integrated those principles in our values and mission which is “to train, through our higher education programs, managers that are strong in their diversity, aware of their global responsibility in carrying out their missions, and able to adapt to changes in local, national and international environments”.One of the 5 axes of our annual strategy regarding CSR and Diversity is to train and educate our students regarding ethics, global responsibility and diversity. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a relevant and useful tool to evaluate our students’ level of awareness. We choose to assess this level at entry in to all our programs and also at the time of graduation. The test may help us in the continuous improvement of our program content.

  • Laurence CHARPENTIER

    All the students who join Polytech Nantes take the SuLiTest during their first few days here. Welcoming students in this manner allows us to promote several key notions : first and foremost, this corresponds with the idea that sustainable development is an important value for Polytech Nantes. Furthermore, the Sulitest covers a wide range of topics, some of which may not seem directly linked to the common idea of sustainable development, often limited to environmental aspects. Taking the test helps the students to become aware of the complexity of the world and allows us to adjust our teaching to better suit their needs. Finally, it is an opportunity to showcase our concrete actions at school and generate students' involvement in sustainable development. SuLiTest is a remarkable tool to accompany change towards a responsible and sustainable future.

  • Charles H. CHO
    Director of the Center of Excellence for Management & Society

    «Through its Center of Excellence for Management & Society (CEMAS), ESSEC Business School aspires to remain on the forefront of the necessary radical transformation of management education by making sure that ethics, responsibility and sustainability are effectively taught in our classrooms for all of our students. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a very important and useful tool to achieve these objectives so we invited our whole student body to take the Sustainability Literacy Test in 2014-and we intend to continue to do so this year in order to maintain this positive dynamic. »

  • John E Hermansen
    Associate professor, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management

    The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) creates knowledge for a better world and solutions that can change everyday life. NTNU, the largest university in Norway and the most important research and education institution within technology and innovation, has ambitious goals and strategies for research and education programs that support the development of sustainable communities and enterprises. Application of the SuLiTest will be an important platform and tool for students acquiring knowledge and skills related to sustainable development, and can be used as a test for different courses and study programs in order to monitor and increase student sustainability knowledge.

  • Cesar Nanni
    Sustainability Coordinator

    "At UDEM (Universidad of Monterrey), we are convinced of our responsibility in building a more sustainable world, and we believe this is achieved through education. In the Sustainability Center of the university we have stablished the goal that all freshmen must complete the Sulitest. This tool has been very useful to us because it allows us to know the level of knowledge of sustainability (equity, environmental, social, etc.) of all our new students. The results are easy to handle and give us a whole picture of the topics which we must work in; for our students it is a great opportunity to have a much broader picture of the global and local issues we face and to create innovative and holistic solutions. We hope we can apply the Sulitest before graduation, and be able to compare results before and after."

  • Christophe REVELLI
    Professor of Ethical Finance and Scientific - Director of Master of Science (MSc) in Finance.

    In our Master of Science (MSc) in Finance in Kedge Business School, our goal is to train managers and practitioners with a holistic view of the economy. Our graduates will be technicians that might anticipate beyond the purely financial indicators, capable of reasoning global and make decisions considering the economic impact but also social (financing of social economy, taking account of stakeholders), environmental (ecological transition funding, carbon traceability of an investment ...) and ethics (ethics and responsibility of the investor, crowdfunding, cooperative ...) of an investment. Our new specialization “Environmental, Social and Governance (E.S.G) Engineering in Finance – Finance for a New Growth” will provide to our students the keys to integrate these new stakes and to enhance the practices towards more wellbeing, social equality and ecologic transition.
    The Sulitest is for us a real opportunity to test the level of awareness and consciousness of our students on all this objectives, and to provide them new keys to bring back finance in the service of economy.

  • Fred SEIDEL
    Coordinateur des enseignants de RSE/CSR

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is integrated into all CSR courses given at EMLyon. It is an important element of an online learning package that is meant to be used for individual preparation of students before even the first session in a classroom.At this level we use it mostly in the learning mode but we are planning to use it as well as an assessment tool at the end of relevant programmes. This should allow to measure the average impact of the programme in terms of CSR related knowledge.When the test is taken in the very early stage of a course, we use the test to establish a knowledge profile for that particular student population. This helps greatly in fine-tuning the learning offer for our CSR courses because we can take the intial knowledge of students or participants into account.

  • Meeri KARVINEN Aalto University
    Nordic SuLiTest Project Manager, NSCN coordinator

    SuLiTest is an effective tool for universities to test the competences of their students and staff on sustainability. Aalto University will use the test to explore the differences between students from different disciplines and to develop curricula and teaching. Aalto University is also leading a Nordic-wide project, funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers, in which the SuLiTest is applied to different Nordic countries. Thus, SuLiTest strengthens the work of the Nordic Sustainable Campus Network (NSCN) and Nordic university collaboration around ESD and curricula planning.

  • Charlotte CLARK Duke University
    Faculty Director of Sustainability

    Duke University is committed to the ACUPCC goal of taking actions to make sustainability and climate neutrality a part of the experience of all of our students. This is remarkably difficult to achieve as a multi-unit institution of higher education with teaching levels at the undergraduate, professional, graduate, and continuing education levels. The International Sustainability Literacy Test provides us a viable option by which we can begin to conceive working towards this goal with our students. Toward that end, we are piloting it our undergraduate sustainability class, using it as a pre-test, and as part of the mid-term and final exam. Further, Duke has just approved an undergraduate Certificate in Sustainability Engagement, to begin in 2016, and the test will be a required component for each student earning the Certificate.

  • Anne BEAUVAL Ecole des Mines de Nantes
    Director

    The SuLitest is a true teaching tool that comes in support of areas dedicated to community involvement in the educational program. Knowing that more and more students around the world are answering the same questions about strong societal issues is very stimulating.

  • Adriana CALDANA FEA-RP/USP
    Coordinator of Sustainability Office

    Starting with Rio+20, FEA-RP, a business school of the University of São Paulo, has intensified efforts to incorporate Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in its academic activities. In 2014 the school participated in the development of SuLiTest by translating questions into Portuguese and having more than 800 undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA students take the test. Students were challenged to test their learning by identifying acquired knowledge areas and awakening curiosity to explore issues on sustainability that they need to learn more about.

  • James B. KUNG'U Kenyatta UniversitY
    Dean, School of Environmental Studies,

    Sulitest is great in testing students's understanding on sustainable development goals and environmental learning in general. It  empowers the students to have the right answers at their finger tips. For  researchers, it a help one  understands what need to be studied. Definately, I will ask my students to take it and identify relevant research topics.   I will also recommend other universities in Africa to ask their students to take it.

  • Maxime AGNES LaSalle Beauvais
    Sustainable Development Manager

    The Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais trains graduate students to hold high-level executive and top management positions in the following sectors: agriculture, food industry, food and health, geology and the environment. The school aims to encourage and develop values such as respect, sense of commitment, service and volunteer work, belief in equality and equal opportunities for the poor and underprivileged. To support and promote our values, we created the department of sustainable development in 2010. Thanks to The Sustainability Literacy Test we can assess the level of awareness of our students year after year on the campus, and in the long term, extend the test to all the students of the international La Salle network. These encouraging results will clearly benefit the department of sustainable development and offer an innovative tool to promote and further on our actions.

  • Zoila Del Rosario GÓMEZ GAMARRA Universidad del Pacifico
    Professor Researcher Centro de Investigacion

    Universidad del Pacífico is committed to embedding sustainable development into our different academic activities. Our institutional goaI is to enhance our students capacities to have a better understanding of sustainable develpment and the different dimensions it involves. This will build more awareness of how decisions impact human well-being. The Sustainability Literacy Test (SULITEST) is a very useful tool to measure students comprehension of the different dimensions of sustainability. At Universidad del Pacífico, we use the SULITEST at the undergraduate level. The results are very interesting, providing valuable information for identifying learning areas that have been acquired and those that need improvement. SULITEST results at the Universidad del Pacífico also offer faculty an opportunity to strengthen team work initiatives to improve, articulate and share methodological tools to enhance learning and build meaningful sustainability knowledge.

  • Pierre LEMAY Université Laval
    Adjoint au vice-recteur exécutif et au développement

    «L'Université Laval a utilisé le test de connaissances en développement durable « SuLiTest » auprès de ses étudiants finissants, permettant ainsi de valider comment les efforts de développement durable de notre institution leur ont permis d'être mieux outillés afin de faire face aux importants enjeux sociétaux visant à contribuer à une société meilleure et plus responsable.»

  • Kyoko FUKUKAWA University of Bradford
    Faculty of Management and Law

    Bradford University Faculty of Management and Law (UK) is fully committed to developing and implementing Education for Sustainability Development (ESD). For the last two years, our students have undertaken the Sustainability Literacy Test as part of their induction. It has proven to be an excellent tool to develop and increase awareness about sustainability issues among students. Our students are introduced to the topic and subsequently more engaged within our ESD integrated programmes. Currently we use a learning mode that does not force students to complete the test within a certain length of time but allows students to research their answers if they wish. As our students commented, the test has provided them an opportunity to learn a lot about sustainability. The test has been working well for us, so we very much look forward to the launch of Version 2 next year.

  • Chris WILLMORE University of Bristol Law School
    Senior Academic Fellow

    SuLiTest is an important and innovative development and plugs a major gap. Universities have a responsibility to equip their students to live more sustainably. We need a way to assess whether our students understand their impact on the planet and their role in addressing the challenges of sustainability. A global Test enables them, and us, to assess their level of understanding and areas for development, benchmarked against the world.

  • Sheila KILLIAN University of Limerick
    Director, PRME Kemmy Business School

    At the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, we have been engaged on the Sulitest from the academic year 2014/15. We initially produced core questions customised for the Irish context, and rolled the test out across all the postgraduate students in all faculties in the University. The differences were instructive. In the current year, we are updating the questions, and intend from Autumn 2016 to integrate the test more securely into our main undergraduate offering.The main benefit we see from the Sulitest is not the answers it gives students, but the questions it generates. It helps them in all the disciplines they study to take a critical approach, and to question the impact of decisions on social, environmental and economic sustainability.

  • James LONGHURST University of the West of England
    Assistant Vice Chancellor, Environment and Sustainability, Faculty of Environment and Technology

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is a powerful tool to help learners appreciate the range and depth of issues encompassed by sustainability. In the University of the West of England, Bristol we have used the Sustainability Literacy Test in staff development sessions and in various student learning environments. We are considering its use as a summative assessment of an on line learning resource called Keys to Sustainability which has been developed in this university. During UWE's annual Sustainability Week we encouraged staff and students to take the test and in our annual ESD Staff Development day we have created a unique use of the test where the input answer is sourced from the staff attending via a whole room conversation which we have named the crowd sourced answer version. However you choose to take the test it is a powerful aid to understanding but also it can be a very enjoyable experience!

  • Katy Boom

    At the University of Worcester sustainability is one of the four ‘areas of distinction’ in the University strategy; finding ways to measure if this is being done successfully continues to be a real challenge. Having a global benchmark in which to measure progress of students is extremely valuable as we seek to embed a sustainability culture on campus. It’s important feedback for staff and students alike to track progress of our students.  The new architecture and structure will prove to be a powerful tool and I suspect useful to enhancing their future employability.

They conduct research with it

The Sulitest is an excellent research ressource for understanding sustainability literacy world wide

In order to implement and promote education for sustainable development (ESD), it is important to assess the current sustainability Literacy and understand trends (by type of training, by country, year after year ...).
With nearly 50,000 students who have already taken it, Sulitest offers a fabulous database for research.

  • * Aurélien DECAMPS
    Head of Research for the Sulitest
    Professor at KEDGE Business School

    The Sulitest is an outstanding initiative promoting education for sustainable development (ESD) worldwide. Building on the large momentum around this tool into the academic community, the Sulitest is also a way to enhance our knowledge on sustainability literacy worldwide. To this end, researchers from Kedge BS and from several universities inside the community are launching academic researches out of the test. The Sulitest's results provide the first snapshot of sustainability literacy worldwide and the impact and richness of the tool for ESD will be supported and developed by the research community.

  • Meri LÖYTTYNIEMI NSCN
    Chair of NSCN

    Nordic Council of Ministers is funding the Nordic SuLiTest-project during 2016, initiated by Nordic Sustainable Campus Network. By testing and spreading SuLiTest in Nordic universities, NSCN supports NCM?s target of Green Growth the Nordic way. We definitely aim at developing our curricula and students? capabilities on sustainability!

 

Here is how you can make Sulitest YOUR tool and have even more impact


 

  • Contribute to the content of the Sulitest
    Sulitest questions are made by users  for users; please share any questions and topics you would like to see in the Sulitest (to become a contributor contact us).
  • Spread the word
    The more people use the tool, the more the tool will improve and in turn, the more sustainability literacy will grow in the world. Please help us reach these ambitious goals for our planet; encourage your colleagues to take it.
  • Tell us how you use it
    We're just about to discover the amazing possibilities that Sulitest has to offer - please share how you use it (or would love to use it) in your school, company or organization!

  • Support us!
    To further develop, the Sulitest needs your help. You can support us by giving us your time, money for new projects, suggestions for improvement or a glowing compliment.
  • Invite your colleagues to use the data.
    Doing research on Sulitest data can help create new knowledge in CSR and sustainability.  Let's put our heads together collectively to better understand the dynamics of our complex world today and the ecological, economic and human challenges we face.


One community, a collective success ...


Obviously in a project of this magnitude, it is essential to have a core team of people working on the test daily.

However, hundreds of people around the world have at some point in the project given their time, energy and good will to the community and are indispensable. And they continue to do so. We thank YOU ALL!

As follows is a list of the women and men responsible for the success of the Sulitest. The world has to know! If you know somebody who is missing from this list, please share.

YAK & ELYX
Ramzi ABDELAZIZ
Dalia ADEL
PRME Chapter MENA
Annabel-Mauve ADJOGNON
Maxime AGNES
LaSalle Beauvais
Jamie AGOMBAR
NUS UK
Pedro ALBUQUERQUE
 
Iro ALEMPEI
Marc ALIX
Sidièse
Christophe ALLIOT
Basic
Cleverson ANDREOLI
ISAE
Aurelio ANGELINI
Università di Palermo
Mouna AOUN
La Banque Postale
Jacques AOUN
La Banque Postale
María Virginia APPENDINO
RAUSA - RNEC Argentina
Manrique ARGUEDAS CAMACHO
REDIES - RNEC COSTA RICA
 
Marja ARO
Ali AWNI
PRME Chapter MENA
Antonella BACHIORRI
Università di Parma - CIREA
S.K. BALACHANDER
Loyola Academy Degree & PG College
* Guillaume BARBAT
Gilles BAROUCH
Marcela BARRIOS RIVERA
Universidad del Pacifico
Astrid BARTHELEMY
REFEDD - RNEC France
Astrid BARTHELEMY
REFEDD - RNEC France
Anne-Sophie BARTHEZ
Université Paris Seine
Indiana BASTERRA
RAUSA - RNEC Argentina
Simone BASTIANONI
Università di Siena
Mathieu BAUDIN
Institut des Futurs souhaitables
Anne BEAUVAL
Ecole des Mines de Nantes
 
Anne BEHLOULI
REFEDD - RNEC France
Sylvie BENARD
LVMH
Javier BENAYAS DEL ALAMO
INAECU - RNEC Spain
Ana Carolina BENELLI
PRME Chapter Brazil - RNEC Brazil
Stéphane BERANGER
RUQDD
Gilles BERHAULT
Comité 21
* Alexis BERNARD
ALEAUR
Pierre-Olivier BERNIERE
La Banque Postale
Rodrigo BERTE
ISAE
* Guillaume BINDER
Clémence BIOJOUX
Karen BLAKELY
Gildas BONNEL
Sidièse
Alessandra BONOLI
Università di Bologna
Katy Boom
Aurore BORDERIE
LVMH
Mark BRAY
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Amandine BRETIGNIERE
Welcome Max
Regina Márcia BROLESI DE SOUZA
ISAE
Sylvie BRUNET
Anthony BUONO
Thomas BUSUTTIL
Imagin'able
Gavin BUTING
Swansea University
Adriana CALDANA
FEA-RP/USP
Wynn CALDER
ULSF
Laura CANIOT
Cniid
Cristina CARBALLO
Universidad de Quilmes
Hugues CARLIER
Rosanne CARLIER
Charles CARNEIRO
ISAE
* Jean-Christophe CARTERON
Anne Marie CARTERON
Paul CAULFIELD
University of Nottingham
Gabriela CAVAGLIÀ
Università di Torino
Caroline Cazi
Mathilde CHAMPENOIS
* Nikhil CHANDAVARKAR
UNDESA
Madeleine CHARNEY
Laurence CHARPENTIER
Charlotte CLARK
Duke University
David CLEMSON
London South Bank University
Andreoli CLEVERSON
ISAE
Gustavo Rafael COLLERE POSSETTI
ISAE
Alexandre COMMUNAL
Jean-François CONNAN
Adecco
* Tamara CONNELL
The Natural Step Canada
Elisabeth COQUET-REINIER
ONET
Stefano CORDINER
Università di Roma Tor Vergata
Eric CORNUEL
EFMD
Sandrine CORTET
Christophe COTIN VALOIS
Welcome Max
Vincent CROCHARD
ALEAUR
Peggy CUNNINGHAM
Dalhousie University
Guillaume Danielo
ALEAUR
Ali DARDOUR
Emilie DE LOMBARDES
ONET
Federica DE MARCO
Università Ca' Foscari
Félix DE MONTS
SSF
Norman DE PAULA ARRUDA FILHO
PRME Chapter Brazil - RNEC Brazil
* Aurélien DECAMPS
Jean-Paul DELEVOYE
CESE
Christine Delhaye
Comité 21
Barbara DELLE DONNE
Università Federico II Napoli
Leane DENBY
Madické DIOP
BEM Senegal
Clara DOLY-TACCONI
CIRSES - RNEC FRANCE
Antonio Raimundo DOS SANTOS
ISAE
Hélène DOUCHE
EDF
Mounia DRABLA
Mark DREWEL
GRLI
David DUDGEON
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Brigitte DUMONT
Orange
Claire DUMONT
SMA
Boruah DWIPEN
GSES India Sustainable Energy Pvt. Ltd
Golda EDWIN
APSCC - RNEC India
Amélie ESLINE
ALEAUR
Benjamin ESNAULT
Utopies
Marco Tulio ESPINOSA LÓPEZ
RCFA - RNEC Columbia
Ming FAI PANG
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Cheikh FALL
BEM Senegal
* Audrey FAURE
Meghan FAY ZAHNISER
AASHE - RNEC USA
Valdir FERNANDES
ISAE
Martine FERRY
AMFORHT
Daniel FORGET
RUQDD
Emeric FORTIN
École des Ponts ParisTech
Philippe FRANCOIS
AMFORHT
Pam FREDMAN
IAU
* Thomas FROEHLICHER
Pablo FUENTENEBRO
UNEP
Masayuki FUJISAWA
CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
Kyoko FUKUKAWA
University of Bradford
Amaury GAGNON
Annastella GAMBINI
Università di Milano Bicocca
Claire GANNIER
L'Occitane
Tracey-jean GANNON
CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
Denis GASQUET
ONET
Reinold GEIGER
L'Occitane
Rebecca GIESE
PRME Chapter Brazil - RNEC Brazil
Ganna Gladkykh
Frédérique GOBERT
Kerry GODFREY
Zoila Del Rosario GÓMEZ GAMARRA
Universidad del Pacifico
Olga GONTIER
Fiona GOODWIN
EAUC
Poyyamoli GOPALSAMY
Pondicherry University
* Ola GORANSSON
UNDESA
Ola Goransson
UNDESA
Nadine Gouzée
Leticia GREYLING
Rhodes Business School
Milenko GUDIC
CEEMAN
denis guibard
IMT
Charles H. CHO
* Jonas HAERTLE
PRME
victoria hands
Nathalie HECTOR
André HEMARD
Pernod Ricard
John E Hermansen
Jan HERMES
Nicole HORVATH
University of Maryland
Ghada HOWAIDY
PRME Chapter MENA
Julia Christensen HUGHES
Anne-Catherine HUSSON TRAORE
Novethic
Jacques HUYBRECHTS
Entrepreneurs d'Avenir
Kayo ITAHASHI
CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
Liz JACKSON
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Torvald JACOBSSON
Emma JACQUET
L'Occitane
Sandrine JAVELAUD
MEDEF
Patrick JOLIVET
Utopies
Michelle JOUHANEAU
Ministero dell'Ambiente
benjamin KABOUCHE
LPO - Agir pour la biodiversité
Matteo KALCHSCHMIDT
Università di Bergamo
Joanna KAMICHE
Universidad del Pacifico
Meeri KARVINEN
Aalto University
Anne KERANEN
Agnès KERECKI
Ann KIDHAL
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Sheila KILLIAN
University of Limerick
Georges KLENKLE
Degetel
Tomas KOONTZ
Ohio State University
James B. KUNG'U
Kenyatta UniversitY
Tammy KWAN
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Brice LALONDE
UN Global Compact
Henri LANDES
John LANNON
Kemmy Business School
Paulette LAURENT CAIRE
Café Malongo Mexico
Elisabeth LAVILLE
Utopies
Jérôme Le LOJOUX
ALEAUR
Daniel R. LECLAIR
* Alexander LEICHT
UNESCO
Pierre LEMAY
Université Laval
Bernard LEMOULT
Ecole des Mines de Nantes
Céline LEROY
CPU - RNEC France
Mitch LEVENTHAL
Beppe LEVOI
UNDESA
Marc LIM
Céclie LOCHARD
Patrizia LOMBARDI
Politecnico di Torino
James LONGHURST
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