Housed within the School of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Law and in partnership with the Botanic Garden’s Living Lab, SEPaL will be a leading forum for debate, research, policy development, and action for sustainable environments.
To unite members from across the University and beyond to curate and co-create information. The co-creation of this interdisciplinary community will strengthen collaborations leading to impactful research, policy development, and action in the context of pedagogy and leadership of sustainable environments.
We welcome and respect members to establish a community of interest in SEPaL; with this, our mission is to work collectively to:
· seek out opportunities to enhance knowledge and practice within SEPaL themes,
· build a forum capable of generating and facilitating connections, knowledge exchange, and action,
· establish internal and external collaborative networks and partnerships regardless of the sector,
· undertake and disseminate local, national, and international research, and
· support individuals, research teams, and communities.
|Period||2021 → …|
|Degree of Recognition||National|