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Sustainable and Ethical Enterprise Group

Sustainable and Ethical Enterprise (SEEG)


Introducing the SEEG Network

An introduction to SEEG.

SEEG Relaunch Event

Overview of the SEEG relaunch in 2017.

Interview with Professor Philippe Laredo

Professor Laredo, Head of at Reseach at Laboratoire Territoires, Techniques, Sociétés (LATTS), Ecole des Ponts (Paris), was the keynote speaker at the SEEG relaunch.

Sally Randles on Synthetic Biology in the UK

SEEG Co-Convenor, Professor Sally Randles, explains why the synthetic biology situation is so particular in the UK, especially with regard to responsible innovation.

Industrial Dialogue on Synthetic Biology

The third Industrial Dialogue of the SMART-map project held in Manchester on 9–10 March 2017 was focused on responsible development in synthetic biology. It was brought together by two of the SMART-map partners: University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University.

Manchester Met hosts the World Symposium on Sustainability and Research

This event provided an opportunity for researchers from across the spectrum of the natural and social sciences to come together to discuss research methods, the results of empirical research or exchange ideas about on-going and future research initiatives focusing on sustainable development.

Liz Walley on sustainability as stand-alone units in the curriculum

In this film Liz talks about where she thinks sustainability fits into the curriculum and discusses some of the advantages of having stand-alone units in sustainability in addition to embedding sustainability across units. Understanding and being involved in curriculum review processes has been key to achieving stand-alone core units around sustainability.

Jack Christian sustainability in the curriculum

Here, Jack talks about his novel way of embedding sustainability into the curriculum: a Sustainability Walk. Rather than stay inside where the effects of sustainability might be shown on Powerpoint slides, Jack chooses to take his students outside on a three mile walk around Manchester.

Prof. Walter Leal on sustainability in the curriculum

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