Education for Sustainability

At Keele we take seriously our role in educating students for a more sustainable future. Creating a "more environmentally-aware and sustainable outward facing campus community" is one of the University’s six strategic aims.

This page focuses on 'Education for Sustainability' for Keele students and staff. Please find information on how we work with schools, businesses, and community groups on the Keele Sustainability Hub page.

Module Case Studies

Module Case Studies Document cover Across the University, there are many examples of best practice in embedding Education for Sustainability. This document highlights 16 modules which have been mapped to the QAA Education for Sustainable Development descriptions and the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The case studies aim to celebrate existing progress and demonstrate how other modules could embed sustainability themes into learning and teaching. If you deliver a module which embeds sustainability and would like to be included as a case study on these webpages, please complete this form. Download the ESD Module Case Studies Document.

Explore Education for Sustainability at Keele


To find out more about how Keele is embedding sustainability into the curriculum and student experience, along with ways we are linking the curriculum with changes in the University campus and operations, contact

Dr Zoe Robinson
Director of Education for Sustainability
Reader in Physical Geography and Sustainability
01782 734303