Social Entrepreneurship as Sustainable Development

Dr Tamara Stenn – School of International Training, Graduate Institute, Vermont, USA. Presentation with Q&A. Friday 23rd June. 10.30am – 12pm. Business School, Room 3.25. Dr. Stenn, a Fullbright Scholar, presents a holistic way in which to realise the United Nations (UN) 2030 sustainable development goals through the four quadrants of the Sustainability Lens: Resources, […]

Don’t feed exploitation exhibition

An exhibition exploring the impact of modern slavery and exploitation in the supply chain. The university’s Fairtrade Steering Group have organised an exhibition around the themes of modern slavery and exploitation in the supply chain to demonstrate the university’s commitment to Fairtrade. Students here at Manchester Metropolitan have created work around this theme which will […]

Manchester Met maintain certification to international environmental management standard

The university has recently maintained certification to the international environmental management standard ISO14001:2015 – demonstrating our commitment to managing and continually improving our environmental performance. Back in February 2016 Manchester Met were the first university in the UK, possibly the world, to attain certification to the new and more challenging ISO standard. The NQA, a […]

Let’s get carbon literate

Manchester Met is becoming carbon literate with thanks to the Environment team and MetMUnch. Climate change is widely regarded as one of the greatest challenges the world is currently facing. As a result, employers are increasingly realising the importance of employing graduates with an understanding of environmental and social issues in order to cope with […]