The UN PRME Climate and Environment Working Group in collaboration with the UK and Ireland PRME Chapter are excited to launch the UN PRME Global Climate Change Education Survey.
Following a successful pilot period during the 5th PRME Research Conference and 8th International CSR Conference, the survey is now open to all business and management faculty members to gather your views on Climate Change Education and share practice. You can access the survey via the link below or by scanning the QR code:
The survey aims to develop an understanding of whether academics in business and management schools address the issue of climate change specifically within sustainability teaching. We are seeking the views of all academics/faculty members regardless of your interest in climate issues or not. The survey seeks to identify current practice in this area and highlight examples of where such teaching does occur with the aim of highlighting potential case studies. As such it is aimed at understanding progress made on exploring the topics of responsible management education in light of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The survey uses the concept of “Climate Change” broadly and seeks to understand all and any climate related issues in the context of teaching and learning in business and management schools. This survey is a combination of closed and open-ended questions and takes about 10 minutes to complete and all data collected will be analysed in the aggregate and individual responses anonymised.
We are planning to share best practice on Climate Change education following this survey through an edited book/Journal special edition. If you have any examples you wish to share please include brief details and your email address at the end of the survey and we will contact you at the appropriate time.
If, at any point, you have questions about this survey or want to learn more, feel free to contact Dr Alex Hope (email@example.com) at Newcastle Business School or Dr Petra Molthan-Hill (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Nottingham Trent Business School.