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Ils l'influencent

les "Senior Advisors" sont des Institutions des Nations Unies engagées dans l'éducation…

les "Senior Advisors" sont des Institutions des Nations Unies engagées dans l'éducation et le développement durable, des signataires d'HESI ou des réseaux internationaux. Ils assurent l'homogénéité et la cohérence, et valident l'ensemble du processus. Ils sont la garantie de la crédibilité, de l'indépendance, et de l'esprit du projet SuLiTest.

  • Sam Barrat
    UN Environment’s Chief of Education & Youth Chair of HESI

    Sulitest is a fantastic tool to give people across the world a chance to understand how they can learn, act and live against the Sustainable Development Goals. We’re delighted to be a partner and are excited to see how this could scale up to reach millions instead of thousands of people.

  • * John NORTH GRLI
    Managing Director

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is a pioneering initiative on multiple fronts. Firstly, it accelerates the emergence of the issue-centered curriculum of the future, one that is no longer confined to narrow subject and discipline-based silos. Secondly, by successfully mobilising a global network of experts, academics and institutions to co-create the tool and its content, the Sustainability Literacy Test is setting a new benchmark for collaborative innovations serving people, planet and then profit. Finally, and this is crucial from GRLI's point of view, it supports educators, academics and learners worldwide in the critical mission of our time - catalysing the transformation of business and society to progress in a globally responsible and sustainable way. For these reasons the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative, with our partners, is proud to play an active role in the incubation and stewardship of the Sustainability Literacy Test. We invite others to join us in supporting and promoting this ground-breaking initiative.

  • Luisa Karst UNDESA
    Development Officer, Division for Sustainable Development Goals - UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs

    From the perspective of UNDESA, as a founding sponsor of HESI, the Sulitest represents a valuable assessment and training tool to measure and enhance core
    knowledge and competencies in sustainable development. Sulitest should increasingly serve as a reference for developing core curricula for teaching sustainable
    development. We appreciate Sulitest’s collaboration with DESA, other UN entities and relevant actors to create SDG specific modules, to raise awareness on the individual goals, test students’ knowledge on the goals, and identify areas that need improvement so that we can reach the Goals by 2030, for example the SDG 7 specific module launched in 2018. Higher Education Institutions and other sustainability stakeholders should consider expanding the use of the Sulitest to advance competences on sustainable development

  • Tim Scott UNDP
    Policy-Advisor, Environment and Sustainable Development Cluster, Bureau for Policy and Programming Support

    To accelerate progress on the Sustainable Development Goals, we need innovative solutions that are informed by rigorous data and information. To use this data, policymakers and stakeholders representing the public and private sectors, civil society and academia, all require new knowledge and skills, which can be strengthened by initiatives such as Sustainable Literacy.

  • Monika MacDevette UNEP
    Deputy Director, Ecosystems Division UN Environment

    The Sulitest module on the Sustainable Development Goals, which is currently available to all universities in the world through the Global Universities Partnership on Environment and Sustainability (GUPES), demonstrates the complexity and the richness of the SDG process, and the interaction between all the Sustainable Development Goals. The module is an easy to use tool for the assessment and monitoring of progress toward achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals
     

  • * Alexander LEICHT UNESCO
    Chief, Section of Education for Sustainable Development and Global Citizenship

    The Sustainability Literacy Test makes an important contribution to tracking the advancement of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) worldwide. It has great potential in supporting the reporting on the ESD component of Sustainable Development Goal 4. We are pleased about our cooperation with the Sulitest under the Global Action Programme on ESD.

  • Florencia Librizzi
    Head of Program and Partnerships, SDG Academy

    Sulitest is an important training and assessment tool to measure knowledge and competencies for sustainable development. It is an essential tool for academics, students, business and other stakeholders as well as a relevant complement to the SDG Academy online courses and resources. At the SDG Academy, the online education platform of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), a global initiative for the United Nations, we are pleased to work together with Sulitest to provide learners around the world with the educational tools needed to enrich the field of sustainable development and advance the UN’s Agenda 2030.

  • Orlando SÁENZ ARIUSA
    Coordinator of the Alliance of Ibero American Networks of Universities for Sustainability and Environment

    HEIs in Latin America and the Caribbean assumed their environmental commitment since 1985 with the Bogotá Charter. Now, in 2018, the institutional commitment is specifically with the SDGs. One of the most important contributions of the universities to society is to educate the new generations with a clear vision of the need to protect the planet from degradation and secure the sustainability of the economic and social development. After four decades of teaching on environmental sustainability, it is necessary to know the level our students have reached in this issue. Sulitest provides one of the most important tools to measure their knowledge, skills and mindset on Sustainable Development.

  • Clemens MADER COPERNICUS Alliance
    President

    The SuLiTest provides an excellent opportunity to assess the understanding of sustainable development among students and staff so to further improve study and professional training programs. The possibility of individual test adaptation makes context specific assessment available. This is a core element for monitoring processes and to learn among peer groups as like international networks.

  • Debra ROWE HEASC
    Founder and Facilitator Disciplinary Associations Network for Sustainability

    Especially now, students, faculty and staff as well as the larger public within the United States need to understand the SDGs and how they can help create solutions via the Sulitest.

  • Pam FREDMAN IAU
    President IAU (2016-2020) & Former Rector - Gothenburg University

    Agenda 2030 and the 17 associated Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) call for strong uptake by all stakeholders in society. Universities and other higher education institutions, Civil Society, business and the world of work in particular are aware of these goals and contribute in a wide variety of ways to achieving them. Sulitest is a unique tool that stakeholders and in particular higher education students can use to measure where they are in terms of understanding the SDGs and identify areas for improvement. Students wish to be equipped better to contribute to addressing the Global Challenges that the world faces today. This can help improve and teaching and understanding. IAU is pleased to support the development of this initiative.

  • Wynn CALDER ULSF
    Association of University Leaders for a Sustainable Future (ULSF)

    We commend the work of Sulitest leaders for pushing higher education to take sustainability literacy seriously and helping to quantify those efforts. We urge every signatory of the Talloires Declaration to use Sulitest.
     

  • Guido Schmidt-Traub UN SDSN
    Executive Director

    Sustainable development is the defining challenge of our time for rich and poor countries alike. Every leader in business, government, or civil society needs to have a broad understanding of key sustainable development challenges. Sulitest makes sustainable development concrete and fun. It offers an opportunity to take sustainable literacy testing mainstream, which will make important contributions towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. At the Sustainable Development Solutions Network we strongly support Sulitest and its vision.

Ils le parrainent

Ces leaders soutiennent le Sulitest car ils sont convaincus de la nécessité …

Ces leaders soutiennent le Sulitest car ils sont convaincus de la nécessité que chacun puisse s’engager dans la construction collective un futur durable. Ils apprécient sa simplicité et ses multiples utilisations. IIs croient en son impact tant dans les universités que dans les organisations et en sa capacité d'éveiller les consciences et de donner l'envie d'apprendre.

  • YAK & ELYX

    September 2015, the United Nations sign a contract with humanity called Sustainable Development Goals, 17 goals and 169 targets to be achieved in just 15 years. It could seem totally unrealistic but it’s not at all if everyone makes its part. To achieve such a challenge, citizen have to start with Sustainability literacy to speak a common language for a better future. This amazing tool is the key to this language. I am proud to support Sulitest with my character Elyx, UN first digital ambassador and a huge Global Goals supporter. Our motto : #WeAreOne. 

  • Henry MINTZBERG
    Henry Mintzberg, McGill University / Professor and Author of 180 articles and 19 books, Distinguished Scholar for the year 2000 by the Academy of Management, two McKinsey prizes for articles in the Harvard Business Review

    “Healthy society balances the power of respected governments in the public sector with responsible businesses in the private sector and robust communities in what I call the plural sector. This is the essence of sustainability and I applaud the Sustainability Literacy Test for what it is trying to achieve.”

  • Adam TYSON Erasmus European Commission
    Head of Unit Higher Education Modernisation Agenda

    We all share the goal of improving the performance and impact of higher education, so that it equips students with the knowledge and skills that are relevant for the societies and economies of the future. But finding ways to measure if this is being done successfully continues to be a real challenge. The Sustainability Literacy Test is an important step in the right direction. Built on international collaboration, it demonstrates in a practical and powerful way how higher education can engage with the crucial global challenges of sustainable development, while empowering students and staff to make a difference.

  • Gilles BERHAULT Comité 21
    President

    Over 2 billion children were born since January 1st 2000. Will they be able to freely invent their futures? Yes, but only if we can preserve the very conditions for human development by providing economic stability, environmental balance, health and security. It is up to us all to protect our common good. Let us dare to declare that our childrens' future well-being can be better than our own. This new humanist ambition is based on economic and collective strength, and therefore education. It is everyone's problem, and in particular one for actors in higher education. We have needed a test to evaluate an individual's capacity to act. Built collaboratively and transnationally with all the stakeholders in higher-education. The good news is - this test exists! Let's share it with the world now.

  • Jacques HUYBRECHTS Entrepreneurs d'Avenir
    CEO

    As funder of the Entrepreneurs d'avenir network, which seeks to bring together business leaders engaged in a sincere and systemic approach to responsible and sustainable development, the Sustainability Literacy Test is a huge step forward and maybe a breaking point. The Entrepreneurs d'avenir network has been mobilized in the last few years in an action called Campus d'avenir that promotes the work of French colleges and universities that are most virtuous when it comes to sustainable development and social responsibility. The emergence of this international test on campuses and in businesses allows managers, future managers and leaders to integrate key concepts in the field of social engagement. We can imagine and hope it will positively modify the behavior and actions of those who are in a position to take actions and decide in organizations. If this test imposes itself as we hope it will, it is possible that the economy and society really change. The Entrepreneur d'avenir network is committed to promote and communicate its virtues.

  • Mathieu BAUDIN Institut des Futurs souhaitables
    CEO

    An amazing tool for the future that allows decision makers to take a step back in apprehending the horizon.

  • Benjamin KABOUCHE LPO - Agir pour la biodiversité
    Director for LPO in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

    “One only understands the things that one tames” says the fox to the little prince written by Saint Exupery
    It is the same with fundamental issues such as the environment and sustainable development. Our 21st century societies are characterized by a multiplication of exchange channels as well as a profound consumerism from the earliest ages on. We create huge amounts of waste every day. The mechanical power of our technologies is currently very efficient on harming our environment. On the contrary, actions helping to preserve our vital resources (water, air, soil, forests) particularly complex to put in place. Impact on the environment is rapidly made but finding long lasting solutions to preserve ecosystems are way longer to achieve. It needs 30 years for a forest to grow where it took 1 week to cut it down.
    The LPO, member of the NGO network BirdLife is active on a variety of territories with the latest eco technologies to restore and preserve biodiversity.
    So what can the Sulitest be useful for?
    In my opinion it is the capacity of pointing out the complexity of stakes in our world. It allows to apprehend our society’s difficulty to face climate change. It stresses the importance of rethinking our own behavior, each individual, by consuming better and reducing carbon footprint. And at the same time that solutions need to be deployed on a global level. In conclusion this means we first need to understand environmental stakes, than “tame” them in order to be able to become change makers and reduce economic, social and environmental impact in the future.
    Congratulations for this initiative!

  • Anne-Catherine HUSSON TRAORE Novethic
    CEO

    To inform and to train economic decision makers so that they don't turn the earth into an exhausted planet, is Novethic's mission. That is why we think the Sustainaibility Literacy Test is an amazing idea. It allows sharing numerous countries common knowledge about sustainability. If all of those who take the testjoin hands, we hope to limit global warming under two degrees!

  • Quinn RUNKLE NUS UK
    Senior Project Officer - Communities and Curriculum, Department for Sustainability

    The National Union of Students UK knows that students want to learn more about sustainability - 80% of students see sustainability as a priority for universities and 60% want to learn more about it within their own course. The Sustainability Literacy Test provides us with a tool to measure and better understand student learning. Having a global snapshot of students' understanding provides powerful statistics to influence change in education within the UK and around the world. We need our universities to be creating graduates who are part of the solution to the world's greatest challenges, rather than a part of the problem, and the Sustainability Literacy Test can help us to get there.

  • Brice LALONDE UN Global Compact
    Special Advisor to the U.N. Global Compact, Former UN Assistant Secretary-General, Executive Coordinator of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development

    This is a welcome initiative that is successful in its development and I had the pleasure to be a part of it. The higher Education Sustainable Initiative was born during the Rio+20 conference, where the institution of higher education decided to cooperate to respect and spread the principals of sustainable development. It is Jean-Christophe Carteron from Marseille Euromed-Management business school, now Kedge Business School after the merger with the Bordeaux business school, who had the idea to provide a measurement tool of student knowledge about sustainable development, the Sustainable Literacy test or SuLiTest. And indeed, we have to measure the knowledge of students, and beyond of professors, of managers in companies, in the press or in administrations, in these crucial issues for the future, that are so often forgotten in the extreme specialization of disciplines. It is an initiative that addresses wide-spread expectations, judging by its overall global success. It is spread in the world's educational institutions, combining general questions to local aspects of sustainable development, and constantly perfecting itself. Long live SuLiTest!

  • H.E. Oyun SANJAASUREN United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA)
    Environment minister of Mongolia and first elected president of UNEA

    Education plays a vital role in transforming our societies towards a sustainable future. By raising awareness, Sulitest is a powerful tools to help anyone to become deeply committed to building a sustainable future. I hope to see it spreading in more and more countries.

Ils le soutiennent

Ces partenaires nous aident à faire grandir et se développer le SuLiTest dans de nouveaux domaines et utilisations.

Afin de poursuivre le développement du test, il est essentiel de consolider nos ressources humaines et financières. Après le succès de la version pilote entre le monde académique, Sulitest a lancé une campagne de financement qui a été une réussite. Sulitest a reçu un soutien financier et moral de 11 établissements d'enseignement supérieur et de 8 d'entreprises ou organisations professionnelles. Ces dons ont permis à l'association de s’associer avec un nouveau partenaire informatique, ALEAUR, qui a développé cette nouvelle version 2, désormais disponible à des organisations non-académiques.
Nous sommes extrêmement reconnaissants envers ces organisations qui nous aident à construire cet outil pour le bien commun.

  • Jaclyn ROSEBROOK-COLLIGNON
    Head of Sustainability & Global Social Responsibility at Grenoble Ecole de Management

    Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) has been participating actively in the development and deployment of the Sustainability Literacy Test since 2013. It is a versatile and innovative pedagogical tool performing summative, formative and diagnostic functions in the learning process, as well as serving as a critical object of study itself. The test, and the data collected, can be used to inform and transform learning objectives and research in Sustainability and Global Responsibility for students and all our organization's stakeholders. The construction of the tool and community has been a dynamic participative process involving intercultural collaboration around the world. The SuLiTest community is an active, living social experiment for those dedicated to education for a sustainable and globally responsible world.

  • Victoria HANDS

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is one way of empowering our global student body to check if they have the contextual knowledge and critical-thinking skills to move us to doing business to benefit all life globally and in the future. It presents an opportunity for educators to monitor how they are contributing to this goal and is an example of collaborative co-creation - anyone can suggest improvements and questions.

  • Pascal Vidal

    We know the decisons we make as an individual, and as a company where we work or which we manage have a real ipact on our world and its future. Many scientific studies confirm it, The IPCCeport for instance, is final : growing natural resources scarcity, ecological imbalance, human displacement, nimal extinction…
    We know our decisions an sometimes have disastrous or irreversible consequences on our world.
    So as an institute of higher education, have a responsibility : we train the decisions makers and leaders of the future economy. They will shape our future economy and future consumer/corporate behaviors. So we contribute to training leaders who can change things and create a desirable future. It’s our duty to ensure that they take these challenges seriously, to deeply influence how they behave as future world economy decision makers and in a broader sense, as citizens. We must give them the tools to helps them design future solutions. Sulitest is a great tool to ensure this awereness and to encourage new behaviors. 

  • Hélène VALADE C3D
    President

    Sustainable development in companies goes beyond the mere circle of experts. To conduct the necessary transition of economic models and ways of production and consumption, it is essential that all employees understand the issues. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a great tool to assess their knowledge, develop training plans accordingly and evaluate results. The C3D has therefore naturally committed to support the SULITEST, to promote it to its members and, with its collective expertise, to contribute to its enrichment.

  • Anne-Lucie WACK CGE
    Présidente

    The GCE supports the sustainability literacy test since the beginning of its creation, its expert members are associated to the creation of the questions for France and on the international level. The CGE considers the test a double response to the educational mission of its members: Firstly, it allows everyone, including students, to evaluate playfully their knowledge. Secondly it allows professors to evaluate their pedagogic actions when it comes to raising awareness on sustainable development issues and social responsibility. It is a great tool that can create a dynamic of training in an institution on an essential subject, but oftentimes rarely dealt with. It is also a great research tool on the cultural meaning of sustainable development thanks to the international benchmark it offers.

  • Georges KLENKLE Degetel
    CEO

    The Degetel Group, which I co-created 16 years ago, has inscribed in its DNA the values of sharing, value required for a consulting firm in digital technologies, and has always been involved in many humanitarian foundations. When I was asked to participate in the creation of the Foundation Kedge BS, I was not only voluntary but also driver for bring out challenges such as Sulitest.The value of awareness on sustainable development is no longer to be seen. However, the beauty of Sulitest is to go beyond awareness to show that the sustainability of our environment requires a testing of our commitments to our planet which we are just passengers.

  • * Iain PATTON EAUC
    Chief Executive

    Sulitest is a powerful and pioneering global initiative bringing together a unique and huge diversity of education stakeholders. This diversity is helping us learn to better collaborate and speak the same language of a more sustainable future. Being the UK lead sustainability body for universities and colleges the EAUC is fully committed to this project and ensuring our students leave our universities equipped to lead change for a sustainable future.”

  • Emeric FORTIN École des Ponts ParisTech
    Sustainable development Manager

    Through our school's research and teaching focus (transport, urban planning, materials, energy, environment, sectorial economy and finance ...), the Ecole des Ponts ParisTech has chosen for several years to analyze the key issues and develop innovative solutions for a sustainable development. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a unique and ideal tool for introducing the pluridisciplinary dimensions of sustainability for all our students entering the Ecole. We are very proud to have contributed to the elaboration of this first version of the Test and looking forward to this ongoing adventure with our friends and partners. This test constitutes a wonderful tool to raise awareness and an easy way to promote sustainable development education at all levels, everywhere in the world.

  • Claude NAHON EDF
    Group's Executive Vice President for Sustainable Development

    As a company, EDF is very firmly anchored in the regions where it works. In a way, they have invited us to provide our range of business activities on their territory. Our responsibility as a corporate citizen is to create value for these regions, in particular by reducing our impacts on the environment and helping our customers reduce theirs. We go to great lengths to consider sustainable development issues in all our projects. The conduct of each and every one of our employees is concerned.  To be sustainable, all development must be part of business and the economy as a whole. What we’re expecting from the Sustainable Literacy Test is that it helps us share this vision with our employees, whether in regard to environmental issues, social integration or social cohesion. For us, the test must be an effective lever for changing conduct and transforming our ways of working.

  • Eric CORNUEL EFMD
    Director General & CEO

    EFMD is a strong advocate of the social and environmental imperatives that must accompany business practices globally. In all our activities, like accreditation, we encourage Higher Education Institutions and companies to embrace those concepts and implement tools to be agents of change in society. The Sustainability Literacy Test is an innovative pedagogical tool that can be deployed in multiple ways to advance educational objectives in sustainability and global responsibility. This internationally collaborative test is already being used in higher education to raise awareness about sustainability issues, as an object for critical learning and analysis and even, to measure and benchmark learning outcomes. I fully endorse this tool and encourage schools to contribute to the community working to ensure the SuLiTest 's relevance for promoting action toward solving urgent global challenges and promoting transformation in sustainability education and beyond.

  • Denis GUIBARD IMT
    Dean - Télécom Ecole de Management

    At Telecom Ecole de Management (TEM), the Institut Mines-Telecom business school, we train future managers and entrepreneurs to be responsible, innovative and open to the world around them. Responsibility is one of our 4 core values. We believe that by their graduation time our students should have got a clear understanding that their future professional actions and decisions will have an impact on people and on the planet. The Sulitest has already proved to be an effective evaluation and individual or collective learning tool in reaching such consciousness for some of our students. So we decided that, as of September 2017, all incoming students in TEM undergraduate and graduate programs will take the Sulitest. The test not only gives indication on the student literacy and it has already contributed to its improvement; Cumulative data are also providing very valuable information for designing the appropriate courses.

  • Reinold GEIGER L'Occitane
    Executive Chairman and CEO

    The Occitane group is, since its creation, bound to biodiversity and nature.
    We develop 70 plotted plant sectors and we minimize our impact on the environment, for example by adopting renewable energy sources for our French boutiques. Sustainable development is a pillar of our strategy.
    The Sulitest is to us an amazing opportunity to increase our companies current and future decision makers level of awareness on environmental, and social challenges of tomorrow. That is why we decided to become one of the first international companies to support the development of Sulitest.

  • Nicholas VANTREESE La Banque Postale
    Head of CSR

    Since, its creation, La Banque Postale, a public service bank serving the real economy, has chosen a unique, solid, responsible and sustainable business model. Responsibility, transparency and accessibility to all stand at the core of its set of values, making sustainable development one of the founding principles of its civic minded bank positioning. Therefore, we are proud to be the first bank having developed a partnership with the Sulitest, the first worldwide test on sustainable development. This test will allow us to first raise awareness and to train our staff and eventually it could be used in our recruitment processes to share the values and ambitions of our group.

  • Sylvie BENARD LVMH
    Corporate Environment Director

    The design and manufacture of luxury products not only require innovation, creativity and production excellence, but also environmental and social performance. Products created by the Group's Houses are made from natural and often rare and exceptional raw materials. We have launched in 2012 the LIFE program which allows each group entity to define action plans by prioritizing strategic objectives, along with indicators to measure performance. But the management of an international group present in more than 70 countries with more than 120 000 employees is complex and it is for us essential that each employee understands the impact of its decisions on the planet and society. A tool such as SuLiTest will allow us to measure the state of sustainability literacy of our current and future employees and support them for even better perform on those crucial topics? By joining the partner college members of SuLiTest, LVMH is proud to contribute to the deployment of this tool, useful not only internally but whose scope will impact, without doubt, all the business segments.

  • Elisabeth COQUET-REINIER ONET
    Member of the Onet Group's supervisory Board and President of the Reinier holding company

    Our Group has a mission to support our customers, in France and abroad, towards a healthier and more reliable world, and we work to have a positive impact on society. I am convinced that our CSR activities showcase our dynamism in innovation, ability to attract top talent and dialogue with our stakeholders. The handover to Sulitest illustrates our desire to support our employees with new skills in corporate social responsibility so they can continue to demonstrate outstanding performance, and encourage them to take up new challenges.

  • Denis GASQUET ONET
    President of the Onet Executive Board

    Engaging with this pioneer project will provide Onet with a new opportunity to pursue its differentiated approach to responsible development and to demonstrate this commitment to its partners. Internally, the test will be included in Onet's managerial development programmes in France and in its foreign subsidiaries. In our external relations, it will complete our offer of responsible solutions by opening up new realms of dialogue with our clients

  • Brigitte DUMONT Orange
    CSR Director

    The Sulitest is an excellent basis to assess knowledge on CSR issues. Starting as an academic tool, it can be envisioned in its future evolution as a standard to evaluate core knowledge and skills on CSR issues within a company such as Orange. Orange has a strong CSR commitment to accelerate progress for all thanks to digital technology. It is driven by a dedicated CSR program which success also relies on the mobilization of more than 154 000 employees in 28 subsidiaries. The Sulitest can become a shared background education within the Group, and be used as a CSR passport to guarantee a level of understanding of how sharing value with society can be a winning game for all.

  • André HEMARD Pernod Ricard
    VP CSR

    With a presence in 85 countries and 100 production sites across the world, Pernod Ricard has put sustainability at the heart of its long term strategy. Launching SuLiTest via its Corporate University, the Group wishes to use a modern Learning format to spread the sustainable business and get its 18,000 employees to check their knowledge and understanding of these important topics. Global results of the test will guide Pernod Ricard to take more targeted actions to embed this culture in everything we do. SuLiTest will also be used to convey a powerful message to new joiners in the group who will be asked to take the test as one of their very first activities with the company. SuLiTest is a wonderful tool to help transform our 18 000 employees in ambassadors for sustainable business which is key for long term success.

  • Carole PARKES PRME Chapter UK and Ireland
    Chair

    Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is critical for all students in the 21st Century. The Sustainability Literacy Test is valuable (as both a formative and summative assessment tool) to support the integration of ESD into the curriculum. It also provides the opportunity for understanding ESD in Global and Regional contexts.

  • Anne-Sophie BARTHEZ Université Paris Seine
    Présidente

    Paris Seine University unites thirteen institutions of higher education in the west of Paris. We are committed as a partner of the sustainability literacy test, because we are convinced of the challenge it represents for our students in their careers, today and tomorrow. Our ambition is that our 35,500 students take the test as part as their curriculum and grasp the challenges facing humanity in the 21st century.

  • Anders SANDOFF University of Gothenburg
    Assistant Professor

    Having used the Sustainability test for some years in my master class 'Sustainable Management', I see the value of having a tool that engage students from all over the world in a common understanding of important sustainability challenges. As a tutor I also appreciate the discussions one can have on regional and even national differences.

Ils l'adaptent à leur contexte local

Les membres du Comité Régional et National d'Experts (RNEC) sont des acteurs clés pour le déploiement du test au niveau mondial.

Une des forces du Sulitest c'est sa capacité d'offrir un outil adapté au contexte local.
En produisant des questions spécifiques aux lois, cultures et coutumes de leur région, les antennes régionales jouent un rôle essentiel dans le déploiement du test à l’échelle la planète. Composées de réseaux académiques ou étudiants, d'ONG, et de réseaux d'entreprises, elles coordonnent le développement du Sulitest sur leur territoire en le diffusant auprès de leurs parties prenantes.

  • Jean-Marc Ogier
    President of the ecological transition Comitee - Conférence des Présidents d’Université

    Measure the sensitivity of students to environmental and social issues : The French higher education institutions today affirm their full commitment to engage in the great challenge of the ecological transition and the fight against climate change; they argue that their campus, including these issues can be major levers for youth mobilization and transfer of territories to new forms of behavior and living together. How to train our students in a systemic vision, foresight and collective world of tomorrow? The  Sulitest is an outstanding tool that enables higher education teachers to submit their students a multiple choice questionnaire focusing on issues of sustainable development and social responsibility.

  • Julie REMY
    REFEDD General Delegate (REseau Français des Etudiants pour le Développement Durable / French Network of Students for Sustainable Development)

    I am involved in global change topics since my studies in a French business school. All the projects I’ve launched or be part of are related to climate change or people empowerment to face those challenges. The REFEDD has taken part in the Sustainability Literacy Test to raise awareness of students about the various topics of sustainability. The Sulitest is an excellent tool to help higher education train students to become actors of global change.
     

  • Manrique Arguedas
    Unidad de Acción Ambiental Universidad Earth - RED Costarricense de Instituciones Educativas Sostenibles

    Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are one of the actors that are called to play an important role in the application of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), focusing specifically on the goal 4.7. If we do not work towards the development goals by 2030, we will be responsible for the environmental disaster ahead of us. I believe it is very important not only to prepare our Professors and students on how to become contributors for the implementation of these goals but also to measure their impact and level of application according to the results acquired. One way to measure this is through The Sulitest initiative which aims to determine the impact of sustainability literacy

  • Norman DE PAULA ARRUDA FILHO
    ISAE President

    As ISAE President, we helped in the Literacy Test dissemination and application to all PRME Brazilian institutions signatories, including in our own institution. Brazil had the second largest number of respondents to the survey that moment. Nowadays, we continue to believe Sulitest as an excellent tool that contributes to 2030 Agenda. 

  • Meghan FAY ZAHNISER AASHE - RNEC USA
    Executive Director

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is an exciting initiative that is setting the standard for the measuring impact of education for sustainability efforts. At AASHE, we believe that sustainability should be incorporated throughout the curriculum so that all graduating students, no matter what career path they choose, are equipped with the knowledge and solutions they need to address sustainability challenges. The Sustainability Literacy Test, through it's evaluation of students and their skills, will help to realize this goal throughout the world.

  • Golda EDWIN APSCC - RNEC India
    Executive Director - APSCC

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is a great awareness tool that is truly commendable for its global and local reach. It is the need of the hour to impart true education, and to assess the sustainability quotient of the test taker. APSCC has supported Sulitest since the beginning through localization and dissemination of the test among the Indian Institutions. Together, we envision a world where campuses and communities are sustainable, ensuring that due recognition is given to the role of education and research in the promotion of sustainable development.

  • Takayuki NAKAMURA CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
    Executive Director, Campus Sustainability Network in Japan (CAS-Net JAPAN)

    We are using the Sulitest in order to disseminate the importance of campus sustainability and SDGs to the higher educational institutions in Japan. Not only Japan but also other many countries are using the Sulitest, therefore we can recognize the position of Japan by camparing other countries.

  • Anne-Lucie WACK CGE
    Présidente

    The GCE supports the sustainability literacy test since the beginning of its creation, its expert members are associated to the creation of the questions for France and on the international level. The CGE considers the test a double response to the educational mission of its members: Firstly, it allows everyone, including students, to evaluate playfully their knowledge. Secondly it allows professors to evaluate their pedagogic actions when it comes to raising awareness on sustainable development issues and social responsibility. It is a great tool that can create a dynamic of training in an institution on an essential subject, but oftentimes rarely dealt with. It is also a great research tool on the cultural meaning of sustainable development thanks to the international benchmark it offers.

  • Clara DOLY-TACCONI CIRSES - RNEC FRANCE
    President

    The Collective for the Integration of Social Responsibility in Higher Education (CIRSES) is a professional association of those who bear the function Sustainability / Corporate Social Responsibility in the French higher education institutions. In France, CIRSES is part of the SuLiTest regional committee of experts for its development, both in its teaching and in its appropriation in universities. The SuLiTest is a great tool that allows not only to engage the new generations to the new challenges and global impacts, but also to support the growing competence of higher education internationally.

  • Jean-François BALAUDÉ CPU - RNEC France
    President of the ecological transition Comitee of the CPU

    Measure the sensitivity of students to environmental and social issues :
    The French higher education institutions today affirm their full commitment to engage in the great challenge of the ecological transition and the fight against climate change; they argue that their campus, including these issues can be major levers for youth mobilization and transfer of territories to new forms of behavior and living together. How to train our students in a systemic vision, foresight and collective world of tomorrow? the Sulitest is an outstanding tool that enables higher education teachers to submit their students a multiple choice questionnaire focusing on issues of sustainable development and social responsibility.

  • Nadine Gouzée FGF - RNEC Belgium
    Chair of the Belgian Sulitest Expert Committee for the Foundation for Future Generations - RNEC Belgium

    The Foundation for Future Generations (FFG) sees Sulitest as an important contribution to the common understanding and implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by the international community. As it is also as a lever to rethink the paths of issues related to sustainable development in curricula and to raise awareness of their interlinkages, we help in its dissemination in Belgian institutions to train all actors in systemic visions. We have appointed a Belgian Sulitest Expert Committee to elaborate questions that reflect Belgian sustainability challenges and trends. It brings together experts from a variety of university disciplines and professional backgrounds, reflecting the diversity of sustainability processes and institutions in Belgium. The Committee has developed a Belgian module of 28 questions covering each SDG with at least one question, thereby ensuring that this set of questions will test and improve sustainability literacy in the field of all SDGs in Belgium.

  • Debra ROWE HEASC
    Founder and Facilitator Disciplinary Associations Network for Sustainability

    Especially now, students, faculty and staff as well as the larger public within the United States need to understand the SDGs and how they can help create solutions via the Sulitest.

  • Ming FAI PANG HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
    Chairperson

    The launching of the Sustainability Literacy Test in Hong Kong has helped our university teachers, administrators and students to deeply rethink and reflect on the various issues related to sustainability in our curriculum. Furthermore, it has inspired us to (re)consider how we can promote sustainability in every part of our work, which I find very meaningful and important.

  • Javier BENAYAS DEL ALAMO INAECU - RNEC Spain
    Deputy Director of the Interuniversity Institute INAECU (Investigación Avanzada sobre Evaluación de la Ciencia y la Universidad)

    It is increasingly clearer that the changes which must happen in the world we live in must head down the path of sustainability. It is therefore essential that university students in all career paths can acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to apply the principles of sustainability in their professional practices. With this we can guarantee that future leaders of our countries' private and public institutions will be able to be change agents towards sustainability. The application of the SuLiTest can become a tool of great interest and service to assess progress in this type of knowledge which is taking place in the students of Spanish universities.

  • Meeri KARVINEN NSCN
    Nordic SuLiTest Project Manager, NSCN coordinator

    SuLiTest is an effective tool for universities to test the competences of their students and staff on sustainability. Aalto University will use the test to explore the differences between students from different disciplines and to develop curricula and teaching. Aalto University is also leading a Nordic-wide project, funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers, in which the SuLiTest is applied to different Nordic countries. Thus, SuLiTest strengthens the work of the Nordic Sustainable Campus Network (NSCN) and Nordic university collaboration around ESD and curricula planning.

  • Nelya Rakhimova Open School of Sustainable Development - RNEC Russia
    Founder and CEO

    In our region, we see more and more interest in SDGs from different stakeholders, but knowledge of them is still limited. Our organization provides non-formal education on sustainable development and SDGs. Our major learning material is MOOCs and this is where we use Sulitest. We offer to pass the test to our online students after taking the MOOC on sustainable development which has now around 8K Russian speaking participants. Sulitest, from our perspective, is an opportunity for people around the world to have equal opportunities to have the same level of education and skills, and it also helps to create a common understanding about sustainable development among different nations which is crucial for the achievement of SDGs.

  • Carole PARKES PRME Chapter UK and Ireland
    Chair

    Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is critical for all students in the 21st Century. The Sustainability Literacy Test is valuable (as both a formative and summative assessment tool) to support the integration of ESD into the curriculum. It also provides the opportunity for understanding ESD in Global and Regional contexts.

  • Alec WERSUN PRME Chapter UK and Ireland
    Chair U.K. & Ireland PRME Regional Chapter

    The UKI PRME Regional Chapter is a Founding Member of Sulitest, and the Chair of UKI PRME also serves as Chair of the Sulitest Steering Group in the U.K. This group designs the test bank of U.K.- specific questions, promotes uptake of Sulitest to PRME and EAUC members, and provides guidance and support to U.K. Institutions on implementing the test.

  • May Akinyi OTIENO RCE Greater Nairobi - RNEC Kenya
    President of the RCE
    Academic Lecturer- Kenyatta University

    Sustainable literacy awareness is important for all of us. Conservation and protection is now an important issue like never before and which cuts across all disciplines and affects our daily livelihood. Sitting for Sulitest will help students to make informed decisions on their actions towards sustainable lives. Environmental issues require us to take a broader perspective, since they cannot be resolved by one region or one country alone. The cumulative effects of individual efforts can have a big impact on sustainable development. It is vital that each of us adopts a sincere attitude towards sustainable laws. RCE Greater Nairobi is happy to join effort Sulitest in helping students and publics in Kenya and in Africa to increase sustainability literacy levels for future safe earth.

  • Manrique ARGUEDAS CAMACHO REDIES - RNEC COSTA RICA
    Unidad de Acción Ambiental Universidad Earth - RED Costarricense de Instituciones Educativas

    Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are one of the actors that are called to play an important role in the application of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), focusing specifically on the goal 4.7.  If we do not work towards the development goals by 2030, we will be responsible for the environmental disaster ahead of us.  I believe it is very important not only to prepare our Professors and students on how to become contributors for the implementation of these goals but also to measure their impact and level of application according to the results acquired.  One way to measure this is through The Sulitest initiative which aims to determine the impact of sustainability literacy.
     

  • Alain TORD REFEDD - RNEC France
    Former president of REFEDD (REseau Français des Etudiants pour le Développement Durable / French Student Network for Sustainability)

    I've been involved in student-led associations for 3 years, first at my university, then at a national level. Through this engagement I would like to show how students are concerned with what society becomes. I have taken part in the Sustainability Literacy Test to raise awareness of students about sustainability. In my opinion, this test is a good first step to embed sustainability in curriculum. The Sulitest is a powerful tool to help universities educate students to become future agents of global change.

Ils demandent à leurs étudiants de le passer

Ces établissements d'enseignement supérieur intègrent le test dans le parcours de formation de leurs étudiants, et leur demandent de le passer.

A ce jour, le test est utilisé dans de nombreux établissements d'enseignement supérieur dans le monde entier, que ce soit dans le cadre de cours et de programmes spécifiques, comme une étape obligatoire pour valider un programme ou une formation, ou comme évaluation des connaissances au niveau de l'admission ...
La grande diversité des usages et des utilisateurs contribue directement à la valeur ajoutée et la crédibilité de cet outil d'apprentissage extrêmement flexible. Les "Full Players" se sont engagés à intégrer le Sulitest pour de grandes cohortes d'étudiants.

  • Anne BEAUVAL
    Director

    The SuLitest is a true teaching tool that comes in support of areas dedicated to community involvement in the educational program. Knowing that more and more students around the world are answering the same questions about strong societal issues is very stimulating.

  • Charlotte CLARK
    Faculty Director of Sustainability

    Duke University is committed to the ACUPCC goal of taking actions to make sustainability and climate neutrality a part of the experience of all of our students. This is remarkably difficult to achieve as a multi-unit institution of higher education with teaching levels at the undergraduate, professional, graduate, and continuing education levels. The International Sustainability Literacy Test provides us a viable option by which we can begin to conceive working towards this goal with our students. Toward that end, we are piloting it our undergraduate sustainability class, using it as a pre-test, and as part of the mid-term and final exam. Further, Duke has just approved an undergraduate Certificate in Sustainability Engagement, to begin in 2016, and the test will be a required component for each student earning the Certificate.

  • Valérie FERNANDES
    Dean of the Faculty Excelia Group

    At Excelia group, we have been involved for 20 years in research and training in CSR. We introduced the Sulitest in 2018, with different objectives: - To assess the level of knowledge of our students on different learning objectives (Assurance Of Learning) in CSR, - To develop other assessment tools on the platform, - To introduce a new educational and CSR awareness tool for our students, - To raise staff awareness of the principles of CSR We also participated in a SuliHackathon. This educational animation was very rich pedagogically for our students. The Sulitest is a robust and valid assessment tool. The core module provides a relevant basis for knowledge and reflection on the issues that arise today in CSR and sustainable development. It also allows for the development of supplementary questions to go further on points that it does not address, such as the identification of the ethical dilemma or the identification of stakeholders. The opportunity to situate the results in comparison to other educational organisations is a very interesting point.

  • James LONGHURST
    Assistant Vice Chancellor, Environment and Sustainability, Faculty of Environment and Technology

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is a powerful tool to help learners appreciate the range and depth of issues encompassed by sustainability. In the University of the West of England, Bristol we have used the Sustainability Literacy Test in staff development sessions and in various student learning environments. We are considering its use as a summative assessment of an on line learning resource called Keys to Sustainability which has been developed in this university. During UWE's annual Sustainability Week we encouraged staff and students to take the test and in our annual ESD Staff Development day we have created a unique use of the test where the input answer is sourced from the staff attending via a whole room conversation which we have named the crowd sourced answer version. However you choose to take the test it is a powerful aid to understanding but also it can be a very enjoyable experience!

  • Sauli SOHLO
    Deputy Director, Martti Ahtisaari Institute

    In Finland and the other Nordic Countries, issues around sustainability are considered an inseparable part of any nation, willing to sustain and improve the quality of life of its people, as well as the environment. The Sustainability Literacy Test has proven to be a great way of introducing and deepening the knowledge of these issues amongst university students, especially our M.Sc. in Business students who complete the test as compulsory part of their studies, and the Entrepreneurship minor students in our university. It has been an empowering exercise also for our Sulitest Team members at Oulu Business School, to design the Finnish questions for the test. We are proud to contribute to the success of Sulitest and our common cause.

  • IC Admin
    Former Director

    Impact Campus help students to acquire the essential skills in our fast-paced changing world. We prepare them to become well-informed and aware leaders, who know and use their power of impact.
    To achieve our mission, we use a blended course; that is to say a course that uses digital and physical tools. This year, 1500 students have participated to our course and part of it is dedicated to the preparation of the Sulitest. Students thus acquire essential knowledge on SDGs and are able to measure their progress thanks to the Sulitest, that is part of the final exam. Not only is it a great label for the student, but also a very precise tool for us to evaluate student’s assiduity and comprehension of the course and of the SDGs. We also use the Sulitest as a tool to evaluate the precision and efficiency of our course. We ask the students to take it before and after the class. The comparison between the results is a perfect data to help us measure how positive our impact is: the average score of the first test was 55% and it jumped at 75% for the second test (on the CORE International module). Last but not least, we use Suliquiz during physical classes: it is a fun way to show the students what the final exam will look like. They love being in teams and are often surprised by their ignorance, thus being motivated to work harder to succeed.

  • Maxime AGNES
    Sustainable Development Manager

    The Institut Polytechnique LaSalle Beauvais trains graduate students to hold high-level executive and top management positions in the following sectors: agriculture, food industry, food and health, geology and the environment. The school aims to encourage and develop values such as respect, sense of commitment, service and volunteer work, belief in equality and equal opportunities for the poor and underprivileged. To support and promote our values, we created the department of sustainable development in 2010. Thanks to The Sustainability Literacy Test we can assess the level of awareness of our students year after year on the campus, and in the long term, extend the test to all the students of the international La Salle network. These encouraging results will clearly benefit the department of sustainable development and offer an innovative tool to promote and further on our actions.

  • Sanjay Banerji
    Dr. Sanjay Banerji, Professor Emeritus, Amrita School of Business, Coimbatore

    Our Chancellor, Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, committed to integrating UN SDGs into curriculum; at the UN Academic Impact Initiative (UNAI) in July 2015. Accordingly, Amrita School of Business designed a core course titled Environment Management for Sustainable Development for MBA students. Sulitest is used in this course, both in practice mode and in examination mode. The results form the basis of measurement of a learning goal: ‘Environmental and Societal Awareness’, as a part of our AACSB Assurance of Learning process. It enables us to benchmark our educational standard globally using Sulitest. The second half of the course touches upon the MDGs Report 2015, Secretary General’s Synthesis Report: Road to Dignity, Progress Reports on SDGs, UN Global Compact, SDG-12 SCP and 10YFP, SDG-13 Climate Change and COP 23, the concept of – Common but Differentiated Responsibilities, The transformative potential of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the – role of individuals in SDG implementation.
     

  • Scott BLAIR
    Director Assessment & Sustainability The EDUCATION ABROAD Network

    We use the Sulitest to help study abroad students address sustainable development in comparative and cross-cultural contexts. We use the Sulitest to assess the impact our study abroad programs have on student attitudes and behaviors vis-à-vis sustainable development. We deliver the Sulitest in pre- and postprogram formats so as to track attitudinal and behavioral change over time. We believe the learning outcomes of international education should include sustainability literacy and behavioral change. We want our students to use their study abroad program as an opportunity to learn about global issues such as sustainable development. The Sulitest helps our students think about how they can reduce their carbon footprint while studying abroad. We really like that the Sulitest provides immediate analytical and comparative feedback, both in numbers and in graphs. The set-up and delivery of the Sulitest is fast and easy. The Sulitest Learning Mode is perfect for students unfamiliar with the issues and concepts of sustainable development.

  • François BONVALET
    CEO & CSR-SD Comitte Chair - TBS

    Institutions increasingly mobize them-selves in order to better take into account the issues of sustainability in all aspects of life: environment, organisations, politics, business and industry. [...] We undertake this collective responsibility: that of building today tomorrow’s world, in our programs, with its future actors. We fully mobilize the required human and economic resources for this project. This long-term vision is where we are putting these efforts, and where our adherence to the PRME takes on its full meaning. It is with this long-term vision in mind that these efforts are being made, and the reason why we use Sulitest for our firsttime entrants.

  • Sebastien BOURDIN
    Enseignant Chercheur, Docteur en Géographie Associate Professor, PhD in Economic Geography

    The Sulitest offers an excellent opportunity to assess students' understanding of sustainable development in their first year of School to adjust our courses on the subject and allow them to advance their knowledge. This is an essential element for monitoring the learning process. After graduation, students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of sustainable development through this test.

  • Anthony BUONO
    Professor of Management & Sociology

    On behalf of Bentley University, we are delighted to continue as a full player in the Sulitest initiative. We are planning to, once again, integrate the test into our first year seminar program in which all entering students participate. The test has become a foundational dimension of our sustainability and responsible management module as part of our core curriculum..
     

  • Rosanne CARLIER

    SKEMA's mission is to produce ethical decision makers who are aware of their responsibility and who consider outcomes in terms of their impact on human beings. They are trained to deal with the challenges and meaning of corporate social responsibility and they are able to generate sustainable performance. SKEMA decided that students enrolled on the Master in Management Program should take the SULITEST (3 000). The objective is to: - increase student self-awareness of the Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility issues they will face

  • Caroline Cazi

    Montpellier Business School is deeply committed to Ethics, Global responsibility and Diversity. We integrated those principles in our values and mission which is “to train, through our higher education programs, managers that are strong in their diversity, aware of their global responsibility in carrying out their missions, and able to adapt to changes in local, national and international environments”.One of the 5 axes of our annual strategy regarding CSR and Diversity is to train and educate our students regarding ethics, global responsibility and diversity. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a relevant and useful tool to evaluate our students’ level of awareness. We choose to assess this level at entry in to all our programs and also at the time of graduation. The test may help us in the continuous improvement of our program content.

  • Laurence CHARPENTIER
    Sustainable development manager

    All the students who join Polytech Nantes take the SuLiTest during their first few days here. Welcoming students in this manner allows us to promote several key notions : first and foremost, this corresponds with the idea that sustainable development is an important value for Polytech Nantes. Furthermore, the Sulitest covers a wide range of topics, some of which may not seem directly linked to the common idea of sustainable development, often limited to environmental aspects. Taking the test helps the students to become aware of the complexity of the world and allows us to adjust our teaching to better suit their needs. Finally, it is an opportunity to showcase our concrete actions at school and generate students' involvement in sustainable development. SuLiTest is a remarkable tool to accompany change towards a responsible and sustainable future.

  • Béatrice de givry
    ENAC/ATM/Développement Durable

    At the French Civil Aviation University (ENAC), we decided to have our students use the sulitest as an opportunity to understand the strong societal issues of sustainability. Since September 2017 more 500 students performed the test and achieved satisfactory results, around or above reference scores.
    Thanks to the Conference des Grandes Ecoles (CGE) support, this tool has been considered as a compulsory step in the courses planning during the first semester of their academic training at the ENAC.
    These students will be graduated a master engineering degree in most cases and are sometimes surprized by the vast panel of issues they have to think over while performing the test, which is a pretty challenging and awareness building exercise for them.
    Mapping of a number of the issues raised by the sulitest towards our teaching subjects, is still an ongoing work for the teaching staff, but no doubt this is an opportunity for the ENAC to better track and value the sustainability dimension of its academic offer.

  • Jennifer deHart
    Chief Sustainability Officer

    Unity College uses the Sulitest to offer all of our incoming students an opportunity to learn about global sustainability concerns when they arrive to our college, as well as test their acquired knowledge in their third and final general education course later in their education. Our curriculum is beginning to integrate the UN Sustainable Development Goals into courses and objectives, so the Sulitest helps introduce students to the SDGs. Also, Unity College is one of many higher education institutions that participates in the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment, and Rating System (STARS); administering a sustainability literacy assessment to students is one of the credit categories in the rating system. We greatly appreciate having an internationally-reviewed question set based on the SDGs that we can use year over year and compare results to prior years as well as all the other participants

  • Carlos Desmet
    Visiting Professor Louvain School of Management

    I discovered the Sulitest a couple of years ago during a GRLI meeting attended by Mr Carteron and was enthusiastic about the product and the idea behind it. I saw in the Sulitest a new way to complement our lectures and a learning tool for the students.
     
    Since two years we offer the test to all our Master 1 students at the Louvain School of Management (400+ students). A deep statistical and qualitative review by Juliette Mabardi confirmed that our students like the tool and found it an attractive way to learn about Sustainability issues; they also offered suggestions to the Sulitest team to further improve the platform.
     
    The UCLOUVAIN university interfaculty sustainability coordination team expressend interest for the tool and we offered it in September 2018 to all the students fo the university on an optional basis. 807 additional students from the various faculties took the test. One of our students from the Medical faculty completed the 100000 Sulitest.

  • Rumina Dhalla
    Associate Professor, Organization Studies and Sustainable Commerce CSR Coordinator

    We use Sulitest to explore sustainability literacy in a University wide course ‘Towards Sustainability’. This multi disciplinary course examines the importance of sustainability and introduces students to issues  related to sustainability beyond their own disciplines by drawing on current affairs, research and applications. The course also explores the importance of the UN Sustainable Development Goals at multiple levels and how they interrelate to make a difference in a social, economic and environmental manner. Being a key contributor to the development of the Sulitest for content uniquely applicable to the Canadian Context has been an important project for Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics in our role as a PRME Champion. Students take Sulitest at the beginning and at the end of the course, to help explore the shift in their knowledge and awareness of sustainability issues before and after taking the course.

  • Manon Duponchelle
    Project Manager Quality and CSR

    More than 1,500 2nd-year students of the Grande Ecole Program take the Sulitest, as part of our Global Knowledge Economy Talents seminary. This multi campus seminary (France, China, Brazil, United States) aims to train our students for their international studies or carreers, by raising awareness on socials and evironmental stakes. From next year onwards, we plan to integrate the Sulitest with our courses, since it is part of our « Think Beyond Borders » strategy, which invites our students to go beyond the geographical, intellectual and multicultural borders, in their reflexion on the professional challenges of today

  • Vanessa Durrieu
    chargée de mission développement durable Toulouse INP-ENSIACET

    The use of Sulitest in the training process of engineers at Toulouse INP Ensiacet is the result of a collaboration between the sustainable development department of the school and an independant trainer on sustainable development in higher education. In the scope of the introduction course in sustainable development, given in the first year of bachelor, the Sulitest is taken by students and apprentices (300 in total). Students are then invited to exchange on their new perspective on sustainable development, during a session dedicated to discussion and reflexion. The testing goes on with a second Sulitest taken during the last year of their studies. The Sulitest offers an openness and a broaden vision on sustainable development to sudents, for whom this word often refers to the notion of ecology. The fact that students are taking the test at the beginning and at the end of their course allows us to evaluate the evolution of their knowledge on these notions, and also to go deeper into the original collaboration by adjusting the lessons offered during the studies on this subjects and its stakes.

  • Paul FRIEDEL
    Director - IMT Atlantique

    The Sulitest is a true teaching tool that comes in support of areas dedicated to community involvement in the educational program. Knowing that more and more students around the world are answering the same questions about strong societal issues is very stimulating.
     

  • Kyoko Fukukawa

    Bradford University Faculty of Management and Law (UK) is fully committed to developing and implementing Education for Sustainability Development (ESD). For the last three years, our students have undertaken the Sustainability Literacy Test as part of their induction. It has proven to be an excellent tool to develop and increase awareness about sustainability issues among students. Our students are introduced to the topic and subsequently more engaged within our ESD integrated programs. Currently we use a learning mode that does not force students to complete the test within a certain length of time but allows students to research their answers if they wish. As our students commented, the test has provided them an opportunity to learn a lot about sustainability. The test has been working very well for us.
    See our latest results here :
    https://www.brad.ac.uk/management/news/sustainability-literacy-test-prizes-2017.php

  • François GERMINET
    President Université Cergy-Pontoise

    Our vision is supported by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to support generations in their responses to the systemic creativity challenges of tomorrow. The complexity of these SDGs is understood through a dual multi-disciplinary and international approach. Multidisciplinary, because these major challenges need to be addressed by all sciences and focused on users. International, because these challenges are global and will need to be addressed by promoting the flow of people, ideas and knowledge. 
    Our purpose is to train professionals capable of integrating the transitions and changes in our society: digital, geopolitical, industrial, technological, climatic, social. A university where research is also the engine of disruptive training programmes, based on a pedagogy of actions.

  • Charles H. CHO
    Director of the Center of Excellence for Management & Society

    «Through its Center of Excellence for Management & Society (CEMAS), ESSEC Business School aspires to remain on the forefront of the necessary radical transformation of management education by making sure that ethics, responsibility and sustainability are effectively taught in our classrooms for all of our students. The Sustainability Literacy Test is a very important and useful tool to achieve these objectives so we invited our whole student body to take the Sustainability Literacy Test in 2014-and we intend to continue to do so this year in order to maintain this positive dynamic. »

  • Amir HAJJAM EL HASSANI
    Chargé de mission Développement Durable - UTBM

    We at University of Technology of Belfort Montbeliard (UTBM) have long been working towards a sustainable future, and in 2012 adopted the vision where all decisions need to be made and implemented with a sustainable future in mind.
    During the 2016/2017 academic year, we decided to require all students who join UTBM to complete the Sustainability Literacy during their first few days in our university. It’is a great way of introducing and deepening the knowledge around sustainability. It covers a wide range of topics, some of which may not seem directly linked to the common idea of sustainable development, often limited to environmental aspects. Welcoming students in this manner allows us to promote several key notions of sustainable development as well as that it's an important value for UTBM. Taking the test helps the students to become aware of the complexity of the world and allows us to adjust our teaching to better suit their needs. It’s an opportunity to showcase our concrete actions at UTBM and generate students’ involvement in sustainable development. We hope we can apply the Sustainability Literacy before graduation, and be able to compare results before and after.
    The Sustainability Literacy is a powerful tool to accompany change towards a responsible and sustainable future.

  • John E Hermansen
    Associate professor, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management

    The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) creates knowledge for a better world and solutions that can change everyday life. NTNU, the largest university in Norway and the most important research and education institution within technology and innovation, has ambitious goals and strategies for research and education programs that support the development of sustainable communities and enterprises. Application of the SuLiTest will be an important platform and tool for students acquiring knowledge and skills related to sustainable development, and can be used as a test for different courses and study programs in order to monitor and increase student sustainability knowledge.

  • Krista Hiser
    System Sustainability Curriculum Coordinator

    We are integrating Sulitest into the design of our systemwide minor in Sustainability, part of our general education program. Assessing sustainability learning for program-level assessment gives us a feedback loop to know how to support faculty. Our students enjoyed seeing how they compared to international community, and we saw what they didn’t know about the global situation. I am proposing to design a custom module for the Pacific region, so that we can compare a place-based sustainability literacy with the essential planetary understandings. Teach global; assess local!

  • Sheila KILLIAN
    Director, PRME Kemmy Business School

    At the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, we have been engaged on the Sulitest from the academic year 2014/15. We initially produced core questions customised for the Irish context, and rolled the test out across all the postgraduate students in all faculties in the University. The differences were instructive. In the current year, we are updating the questions, and intend from Autumn 2016 to integrate the test more securely into our main undergraduate offering.The main benefit we see from the Sulitest is not the answers it gives students, but the questions it generates. It helps them in all the disciplines they study to take a critical approach, and to question the impact of decisions on social, environmental and economic sustainability.

  • Rachel Lander
    Course Leader BA Business Management - Senior Lecturer

    We have used Sulitest across all our Business Management final year undergraduate programmes in teaching Sustainable Business, reaching 329 tests this year.  This has been of real value in helping us evidence student levels of understanding of the Sustainable Development Goals and plan at both course and University level to educate and raise awareness. Many students are inspired by learning about the SDG’s to pursue careers or further study in Sustainability.  We are now working to embed the goals in teaching across all years of our course.

  • Pierre Maclouf
    Associate Professor & Responsible of the Global Contemporary Issues Program

    During the 2016/2017 academic year, we decided to require all these students to complete the Sulitest, as a mandatory requirement for the validation of the academic term. First, a specific lecture was devoted to the implicit logic that shapes the test and to its main contents. Approximately 700 students (the amount of our yearly student intake) took then the test, which they welcomed with a mix of personal interest and collective intellectual curiosity; they got above the average results. Henceforth, what at start was merely an experiment will next become a full part of our teaching and a component of our socially responsible University training policy
     

  • Romas Malevicius
    Lecturer in Sustainability and Ethics

    At the University of Salford our vision is by pioneering exceptional industry partnerships, we lead the way in real-world experiences, preparing students for life. At the Salford Business School, we aim to empower and inspire our next generation business leaders to make lasting environmental, social and economic benefits. We included the Sulitest as part of lecture and seminar activities at the core modules (level 4 and level 6). The sustainability literacy test helps broaden understanding of sustainable development goals and foster discussions regarding sustainability challenges that we are facing locally, nationally and internationally.

  • KRISTINA MASUWA-MORGAN
    Director of Learning and Teaching

    Sulitest is embedded into Personal Development Planning (PDP) within the Faculty of Engineering and Science embracing: employability – graduate attributes – research informed teaching – sustainability. On completion, students write a summative reflective piece reexamining their own sustainability identity against priorities for their disciplines and professional practice. 2nd year students develop objectives for a group sustainability challenge. Final year students also examine CSR credentials of a target employer with themselves as sustainability agents. This contributes to the University’s SDG (United Nations Sustainable Development Goals) and QAA Education for Sustainable Futures guidance. Student feedback highlights: developmental opportunity from researching the answers mid-test or after; stimulating curiosity to read, own and engage in sustainable practice especially to redress knowledge gaps exposed by the test; pride and positive reinforcement for what they already know and do...

  • Jean-Paul MOATTI
    President & Director-general of the French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development (IRD)

    Sustainability literacy among all segments of our societies is a key driver to tackle global challenges and put our societies on transformative sustainable pathways. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been proclaimed but the ambitions still need to be given more substance, and find ground in actions and reality. In view of this, the global goals need to be fully appropriated by research and higher education systems to support our future leaders and multi-stakeholders in integrating the complexity of the SDGs and taking well-informed decisions based on scientific-evidences. The French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development (IRD) and its partners are pleased to collaborate with the Sulitest under the summer School program on the SDGs taking place every two years in Marseille, France. This Sustainability literacy Test offer a friendly tool to engage learning on the SDGs, demonstrates the complexity of the 2030 agenda process and the need to well-balanced the three dimensions of sustainable development according to local contexts and priorities. We look forward to caring on our collaboration, raise awareness and reinforce knowledge development on Sustainable Development.

  • Julia MOUTON
    Responsable majeure Energie & Environnement

    The Sulitest is part of our training for generalists engineers, and more specifically in our major « Energy and Environment ». Linked to our course unit on sustainable development, the Sulitest is used as a pedagogical tool. Our students have to take the Test at the beginning of the semester without any particular knowledge on the subject. A course on sustainable development is then offered during the semester. Students take the Test once again at the end of the semester. A debriefing session allows us to take stock on the knowledge they have gained in between the two Tests session (in the beginnning and at the end of the semester, meaning before and after the specific course on sustainable development). The international platform of the Sulitest gives a credibility to the theme of sustainable development, which the main axis of our training course and the values of our school. Our school is also engaged in the Global compact network, and the HESI (Higher Education Sustainability Initiative).

  • Cesar Nanni
    Sustainability Coordinator

    "At UDEM (Universidad of Monterrey), we are convinced of our responsibility in building a more sustainable world, and we believe this is achieved through education. In the Sustainability Center of the university we have stablished the goal that all freshmen must complete the Sulitest. This tool has been very useful to us because it allows us to know the level of knowledge of sustainability (equity, environmental, social, etc.) of all our new students. The results are easy to handle and give us a whole picture of the topics which we must work in; for our students it is a great opportunity to have a much broader picture of the global and local issues we face and to create innovative and holistic solutions. We hope we can apply the Sulitest before graduation, and be able to compare results before and after."

  • Lacey Raak
    Sustainability Director

    Student success is the primary goal of California State University Monterey Bay. Success in a changing climate with ecosystem degradation, social inequity, and volatile economic markets requires a deep understanding of sustainability and the systems that correspond with Sustainable Development Goals. Sulitest allows us to track how our students are performing in each of the areas of the Sustainability Development Goals, with the intention of improving curriculum and co-curricular activities, to ensure our student are prepared and successful in their careers and engaged in their communities.

  • Christophe REVELLI
    Professor of Ethical Finance and Scientific - Director of Master of Science (MSc) in Finance.

    In our Master of Science (MSc) in Finance in Kedge Business School, our goal is to train managers and practitioners with a holistic view of the economy. Our graduates will be technicians that might anticipate beyond the purely financial indicators, capable of reasoning global and make decisions considering the economic impact but also social (financing of social economy, taking account of stakeholders), environmental (ecological transition funding, carbon traceability of an investment ...) and ethics (ethics and responsibility of the investor, crowdfunding, cooperative ...) of an investment. Our new specialization “Environmental, Social and Governance (E.S.G) Engineering in Finance – Finance for a New Growth” will provide to our students the keys to integrate these new stakes and to enhance the practices towards more wellbeing, social equality and ecologic transition.
    The Sulitest is for us a real opportunity to test the level of awareness and consciousness of our students on all this objectives, and to provide them new keys to bring back finance in the service of economy.

  • Carlos RODRIGUEZ
    Professor strategy and organizations Area, INCAE Business School

    In the early 1990s, INCAE was a pioneer in the inclusion of courses related to sustainable development in Latin America. Since then, Sustainable development is a topic that is inherent to INCAE Business School, in terms of its business philosophy, business model and value chain.
    In this context, Sulitest is a tool that allows us to take structured measurements at different moments of the master's degree (before and after completing courses on sustainability). The results obtained are used to analyze, update and adjust the educational programs in a way that they align with global demands and allow students to develop skills to address the challenges in a more integral manner.

  • Hans Schlierer

  • Fred SEIDEL
    CSR coordinator

    The Sustainability Literacy Test is integrated into all CSR courses given at EMLyon. It is an important element of an online learning package that is meant to be used for individual preparation of students before even the first session in a classroom. Last year, more than a thousand students took it at the beginning of the program to assess students’ initial knowledge. Next year, it will be spread it on all our campuses in France, China and Morocco.
     

  • Thierry SIBIEUDE
    Social Entrepreneurship Chair Holder

    I’ve been using the Sulitest for 2 years now as a prerequisite for the CSR introduction day that I teach to over 400 students as part of a specialized master’s program at ESSEC. I found the Sulitest to be very useful in preparing our students for the day as it allows them to measure the scale and urgency of social and environmental issues while at the same time making them realize just how diverse and complex these issues could be.  As a result, the students are more receptive to the exercises they have to complete, such as trying to resolve a specific business issue with regards to CSR. The strength of the Sulitest is its formative aspect; the feedback and explanations offered after each answer. The students regularly tell me just how insightful they found the explanations and feedback.

  • Nikodemus Solitander
    Social Responsibility coordinator

    At Hanken we have been using SULITEST for two years for our introduction course in Corporate Social Responsibility at bachelor’s level which is mandatory for all students. The course is annually taken by around 400 students.
    SULITEST has been able to provide us with insight into where are students stand in terms of sustainability knowledge vis-à-vis students globally and locally and what are the improvement areas in our curriculum offering pertaining to sustainable development and SDGs. While testing the students, it also increases the awareness and understanding of students on sustainability topics where they were previously not well informed or aware of. Additionally, SULITEST has a focussed module on Finland, which is great way to increase the understanding of students on local sustainability issues and the relationship between global and local concerns. Overall, the tool complements well what the students learn here in classroom and overall advances Hanken’s mission of educating responsible professionals for the global economy and changing society. We will continue to use it in the future as well!

  • Pascal Vidal

    We know the decisons we make as an individual, and as a company where we work or which we manage have a real ipact on our world and its future. Many scientific studies confirm it, The IPCCeport for instance, is final : growing natural resources scarcity, ecological imbalance, human displacement, nimal extinction…
    We know our decisions an sometimes have disastrous or irreversible consequences on our world.
    So as an institute of higher education, have a responsibility : we train the decisions makers and leaders of the future economy. They will shape our future economy and future consumer/corporate behaviors. So we contribute to training leaders who can change things and create a desirable future. It’s our duty to ensure that they take these challenges seriously, to deeply influence how they behave as future world economy decision makers and in a broader sense, as citizens. We must give them the tools to helps them design future solutions. Sulitest is a great tool to ensure this awereness and to encourage new behaviors. 

  • Alec Wersun

    In the Glasgow School for Business and Society (GSBS) at Glasgow Caledonian University I use Sulitest in two ways. a) To raise awareness of economic, social and environmental sustainability amongst first year students, I ask students on the International Business and Business Management Degree Programmes to take the test during their first week at University. I use Sulitest in ‘learning mode’, giving students the opportunity to do some quick research related to questions posed. Using Sulitest at this early stage in a business student’s university life sensitizes students to the meaning of ‘Sustainability’ and problems facing the world and the U.K. b) I then use Sulitest with students on the same Programmes in fourth year, on a module called Sustainability, Corporate Responsibility and Ethics (SCoRE). This offers the opportunity to compare average results at first and fourth year – allowing assessment of improved understanding, and ensuring that Sustainability is firmly embedded in the minds of our soon-to be graduates.

  • Gustavo Yepes
    Management and Social Responsibility Director

    Sulitest is a powerful tool to motivate students about the importance of sustainability, to provide information to teachers about the effectiveness of their class and to inform the institution about the progress in their teaching process..
     

  • Laura ZIZKA
    Assistant Professor

    We have used SULITEST as a means to gauge the pre-existing knowledge of sustainability that our students have when entering our school. Our students study hospitality management and derive from over 90 different nationalities. The SULITEST helps us to ascertain what they know and don’t know about sustainability to better tailor our courses to address sustainability issues. To prepare authentic social change agents, we need to begin by making them aware of the responsibility they will face as future managers and educating them to make the most sustainable choices possible. The SULITEST provides us with a tool for measuring what specific topics or SDGs need to be emphasized in our own hospitality management courses and programs to work toward a sustainable future.

  • Adriana CALDANA FEA-RP/USP
    Coordinator of Sustainability Office

    Starting with Rio+20, FEA-RP, a business school of the University of São Paulo, has intensified efforts to incorporate Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in its academic activities. In 2014 the school participated in the development of SuLiTest by translating questions into Portuguese and having more than 800 undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA students take the test. Students were challenged to test their learning by identifying acquired knowledge areas and awakening curiosity to explore issues on sustainability that they need to learn more about.

  • Denis GUIBARD IMT
    Dean - Télécom Ecole de Management

    At Telecom Ecole de Management (TEM), the Institut Mines-Telecom business school, we train future managers and entrepreneurs to be responsible, innovative and open to the world around them. Responsibility is one of our 4 core values. We believe that by their graduation time our students should have got a clear understanding that their future professional actions and decisions will have an impact on people and on the planet. The Sulitest has already proved to be an effective evaluation and individual or collective learning tool in reaching such consciousness for some of our students. So we decided that, as of September 2017, all incoming students in TEM undergraduate and graduate programs will take the Sulitest. The test not only gives indication on the student literacy and it has already contributed to its improvement; Cumulative data are also providing very valuable information for designing the appropriate courses.

  • James B. KUNG'U Kenyatta UniversitY
    Dean, School of Environmental Studies,

    Sulitest is great in testing students's understanding on sustainable development goals and environmental learning in general. It  empowers the students to have the right answers at their finger tips. For  researchers, it a help one  understands what need to be studied. Definately, I will ask my students to take it and identify relevant research topics.   I will also recommend other universities in Africa to ask their students to take it.

  • Kathleen Ng McGill University

    We at McGill have long been working towards a sustainable future, and in 2014 adopted the vision where “all decisions at McGill are made and implemented with a sustainable future in mind. The way we function as an institution and a community matches the values we hold, and supports the commitment McGill has made to sustainability.” After almost a sesquidecade of experience in campus sustainability, I was excited to be part of the deployment of the Sulitest, being the first international tool supported by the United Nations that serves to assess the knowledge of respondents on basic sustainability principles, foundational towards achieving the future we want. I am especially pleased with the development of the “Rebalancing Society” module by our own Henry Mintzberg, internationally acclaimed management thinker extraordinaire, bringing us to become a full player in the Sulitest universe.

  • Meeri KARVINEN NSCN
    Nordic SuLiTest Project Manager, NSCN coordinator

    SuLiTest is an effective tool for universities to test the competences of their students and staff on sustainability. Aalto University will use the test to explore the differences between students from different disciplines and to develop curricula and teaching. Aalto University is also leading a Nordic-wide project, funded by the Nordic Council of Ministers, in which the SuLiTest is applied to different Nordic countries. Thus, SuLiTest strengthens the work of the Nordic Sustainable Campus Network (NSCN) and Nordic university collaboration around ESD and curricula planning.

  • Zoila Del Rosario GÓMEZ GAMARRA Universidad del Pacifico
    Professor Researcher Centro de Investigacion

    Universidad del Pacífico is committed to embedding sustainable development into our different academic activities. Our institutional goaI is to enhance our students capacities to have a better understanding of sustainable develpment and the different dimensions it involves. This will build more awareness of how decisions impact human well-being. The Sustainability Literacy Test (SULITEST) is a very useful tool to measure students comprehension of the different dimensions of sustainability. At Universidad del Pacífico, we use the SULITEST at the undergraduate level. The results are very interesting, providing valuable information for identifying learning areas that have been acquired and those that need improvement. SULITEST results at the Universidad del Pacífico also offer faculty an opportunity to strengthen team work initiatives to improve, articulate and share methodological tools to enhance learning and build meaningful sustainability knowledge.

  • Pierre LEMAY Université Laval
    Adjoint au vice-recteur exécutif et au développement

    «L'Université Laval a utilisé le test de connaissances en développement durable « SuLiTest » auprès de ses étudiants finissants, permettant ainsi de valider comment les efforts de développement durable de notre institution leur ont permis d'être mieux outillés afin de faire face aux importants enjeux sociétaux visant à contribuer à une société meilleure et plus responsable.»

  • Chris WILLMORE University of Bristol Law School
    Senior Academic Fellow

    SuLiTest is an important and innovative development and plugs a major gap. Universities have a responsibility to equip their students to live more sustainably. We need a way to assess whether our students understand their impact on the planet and their role in addressing the challenges of sustainability. A global Test enables them, and us, to assess their level of understanding and areas for development, benchmarked against the world.

  • Anders SANDOFF University of Gothenburg
    Assistant Professor

    Having used the Sustainability test for some years in my master class 'Sustainable Management', I see the value of having a tool that engage students from all over the world in a common understanding of important sustainability challenges. As a tutor I also appreciate the discussions one can have on regional and even national differences.

  • Katy Boom
    Director of sustainability

    At the University of Worcester sustainability is one of the four ‘areas of distinction’ in the University strategy; finding ways to measure if this is being done successfully continues to be a real challenge. Having a global benchmark in which to measure progress of students is extremely valuable as we seek to embed a sustainability culture on campus. It’s important feedback for staff and students alike to track progress of our students.  The new architecture and structure will prove to be a powerful tool and I suspect useful to enhancing their future employability.

Ils l'utilisent pour leur recherche

Le Sulitest est une excellente ressource pour les chercheurs pour les aider à comprendre les progrès en terme d'éducation au développement durable

Afin de mettre en œuvre et de promouvoir l'éducation pour le développement durable (EDD), il est important d'évaluer le niveau actuel des connaissances dans ce domaine et de comprendre les tendances (par type de formation, par pays, année après année...).
Avec près de 50 000 étudiants l'ayant déjà passé, Sulitest offre une base de données fabuleuse pour la recherche

  • * Aurélien DECAMPS
    Head of Research for the Sulitest
    Professor at KEDGE Business School

    The Sulitest is an outstanding initiative promoting education for sustainable development (ESD) worldwide. Building on the large momentum around this tool into the academic community, the Sulitest is also a way to enhance our knowledge on sustainability literacy worldwide. To this end, researchers from Kedge BS and from several universities inside the community are launching academic researches out of the test. The Sulitest's results provide the first snapshot of sustainability literacy worldwide and the impact and richness of the tool for ESD will be supported and developed by the research community.

  • Meri LÖYTTYNIEMI NSCN
    Chair of NSCN

    Nordic Council of Ministers is funding the Nordic SuLiTest-project during 2016, initiated by Nordic Sustainable Campus Network. By testing and spreading SuLiTest in Nordic universities, NSCN supports NCM?s target of Green Growth the Nordic way. We definitely aim at developing our curricula and students? capabilities on sustainability!



Une communauté, une réussite collective ...


Dans un projet de cette envergure, il est essentiel d'avoir une équipe de personnes travaillant quotidiennement sur le test.

Cependant, des milliers de personnes autour du monde ont, à un moment ou un autre du projet, donné leur temps, énergie et bonne volonté à notre communauté et nous ont été indispensables. Ils continuent à l'être. Merci à VOUS TOUS !

Voici la liste des femmes et des hommes qui sont responsables du succès de Sulitest. Le monde doit savoir ! Si vous connaissez quelqu'un qui est absent de cette liste, merci de le partager.

YAK & ELYX
Ramzi ABDELAZIZ
Dalia ADEL
PRME Chapter MENA
Annabel-Mauve ADJOGNON
NEOMA Business School
Maxime AGNES
Institut Polytechnique UniLaSalle
Jamie AGOMBAR
NUS UK
Pedro ALBUQUERQUE
 
Iro ALEMPEI
Marc ALIX
Sidièse
Christophe ALLIOT
Basic
Cleverson ANDREOLI
ISAE
Aurelio ANGELINI
Università di Palermo
Mouna AOUN
La Banque Postale
Jacques AOUN
La Banque Postale
María Virginia APPENDINO
RAUSA - RNEC Argentina
Manrique ARGUEDAS CAMACHO
REDIES - RNEC COSTA RICA
 
Marja ARO
Ali AWNI
PRME Chapter MENA
Antonella BACHIORRI
Università di Parma - CIREA
Diana Baker
university of hawaii
S.K. BALACHANDER
Loyola Academy Degree & PG College
* Guillaume BARBAT
Gilles BAROUCH
Astrid BARTHELEMY
REFEDD - RNEC France
Astrid BARTHELEMY
REFEDD - RNEC France
Anne-Sophie BARTHEZ
Université Paris Seine
Indiana BASTERRA
RAUSA - RNEC Argentina
Simone BASTIANONI
Università di Siena
Mathieu BAUDIN
Institut des Futurs souhaitables
Anne BEAUVAL
 
Anne BEHLOULI
REFEDD - RNEC France
Sylvie BENARD
LVMH
Javier BENAYAS DEL ALAMO
INAECU - RNEC Spain
Ana Carolina BENELLI
PRME Chapter Brazil - RNEC Brazil
Stéphane BERANGER
RUQDD
Gilles BERHAULT
Comité 21
* Alexis BERNARD
ALEAUR
Pierre-Olivier BERNIERE
La Banque Postale
Rodrigo BERTE
ISAE
Barbara Beuter
ISAE/FGV - Instituto Superior de Administração e Economia
* Guillaume BINDER
Clémence BIOJOUX
Filip Bladini
Karen BLAKELY
Lau Øfjord Blaxekjær
University of the Faroe Islands
Gildas BONNEL
Sidièse
Alessandra BONOLI
Università di Bologna
Katy Boom
university of worcester
Aurore BORDERIE
LVMH
Julio Cesar Borges
faculdade de economia, administração e contabilidade de ribeirão preto/universidade de são paulo
Dwipen Boruah
GSES India Sustainable Energy Pvt. Ltd
Mark BRAY
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Amandine BRETIGNIERE
Welcome Max
Regina Márcia BROLESI DE SOUZA
ISAE
Sylvie BRUNET
Anthony BUONO
Bentley university
Thomas BUSUTTIL
Imagin'able
Gavin BUTING
Swansea University
Adriana CALDANA
FEA-RP/USP
Wynn CALDER
ULSF
Laura CANIOT
Cniid
Cristina CARBALLO
Universidad de Quilmes
Hugues CARLIER
Des Enjeux et des Hommes
Rosanne CARLIER
SKEMA Business School
Charles CARNEIRO
ISAE
* Jean-Christophe CARTERON
PRME
Anne Marie CARTERON
Paul CAULFIELD
Gabriela CAVAGLIÀ
Università di Torino
Caroline Cazi
Montpellier Business School
Mathilde CHAMPENOIS
* Nikhil CHANDAVARKAR
UNDESA
Madeleine CHARNEY
Laurence CHARPENTIER
ecole polytechnique de l'université de nantes
Patricia Charvet
Sheffield Hallam University
Charlotte CLARK
Priscila Claro
David CLEMSON
London South Bank University
Andreoli CLEVERSON
ISAE
Gustavo Rafael COLLERE POSSETTI
ISAE
Alexandre COMMUNAL
Jean-François CONNAN
Adecco
* Tamara CONNELL
The Natural Step Canada
Elisabeth COQUET-REINIER
ONET
Stefano CORDINER
Università di Roma Tor Vergata
Eric CORNUEL
EFMD
Sandrine CORTET
Grenoble Ecole de Management
Christophe COTIN VALOIS
Welcome Max
York-Philipp Cramer
Vincen CROCHARD
ALEAUR
Peggy CUNNINGHAM
Dalhousie University
Ali DARDOUR
KEDGE Business School
Yves DAUMAS
SULITEST
Jane Davidson
university of wales trinity saint david
Emilie DE LOMBARDES
ONET
Federica DE MARCO
Università Ca' Foscari
Félix DE MONTS
SSF
Norman DE PAULA ARRUDA FILHO
ISAE/FGV - Instituto Superior de Administração e Economia
* Aurélien DECAMPS
KEDGE Business School
Christine Delhaye
Comité 21
Barbara DELLE DONNE
Università Federico II Napoli
Aurélie DEMARET
ALEAUR
Leane DENBY
Benoît Derenne
FGF - RNEC Belgium
Madické DIOP
BEM Senegal
Clara DOLY-TACCONI
CIRSES - RNEC FRANCE
Antonio Raimundo DOS SANTOS
ISAE
Hélène DOUCHE
EDF
Mounia DRABLA
KEDGE Business School
Mark DREWEL
GRLI
Pierre DUCRET
David DUDGEON
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Brigitte DUMONT
Orange
Claire DUMONT
SMA
Boruah DWIPEN
GSES India Sustainable Energy Pvt. Ltd
Golda EDWIN
APSCC - RNEC India
Amélie ESLINE
ALEAUR
Benjamin ESNAULT
Utopies
Marco Tulio ESPINOSA LÓPEZ
RCFA - RNEC Columbia
Ming FAI PANG
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Cheikh FALL
BEM Senegal
* Audrey FAURE
Coline FAURE
L'Occitane
Meghan FAY ZAHNISER
AASHE - RNEC USA
Valdir FERNANDES
ISAE
Martine FERRY
AMFORHT
Daniel FORGET
RUQDD
Emeric FORTIN
École des Ponts ParisTech
Philippe FRANCOIS
AMFORHT
Pam FREDMAN
IAU
* Thomas FROEHLICHER
KEDGE Business School
Pablo FUENTENEBRO
UNEP
Masayuki FUJISAWA
CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
Kyoko Fukukawa
Bradford university school of management
Amaury GAGNON
Annastella GAMBINI
Università di Milano Bicocca
Claire GANNIER
L'Occitane
Tracey-jean GANNON
CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
Denis GASQUET
ONET
Reinold GEIGER
L'Occitane
Rebecca GIESE
PRME Chapter Brazil - RNEC Brazil
Ganna Gladkykh
Frédérique GOBERT
KEDGE Business School
Jenni Gobind
Milpark Business School
Kerry GODFREY
Zoila Del Rosario GÓMEZ GAMARRA
Universidad del Pacifico
Olga GONTIER
KEDGE Business School
Fiona GOODWIN
EAUC
Poyyamoli GOPALSAMY
Pondicherry University
* Ola GORANSSON
UNDESA
Nadine Gouzée
FGF - RNEC Belgium
Kate Graham
EAUC
Leticia GREYLING
Rhodes Business School
Thomas Grindsted
roskilde university
Milenko GUDIC
CEEMAN
Denis GUIBARD
IMT
Charles H. CHO
ESSEC Business School
* Jonas HAERTLE
PRME
Victoria HANDS
kingston university
Carolyn Hayles
university of wales trinity saint david
Nathalie HECTOR
KEDGE Business School
André HEMARD
Pernod Ricard
John E Hermansen
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Jan HERMES
Nicole HORVATH
Ghada HOWAIDY
PRME Chapter MENA
Sarah Howland
University of Guelph
Julia Christensen HUGHES
Anne-Catherine HUSSON TRAORE
Novethic
Jacques HUYBRECHTS
Entrepreneurs d'Avenir
Kayo ITAHASHI
CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
Liz JACKSON
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Torvald JACOBSSON
Emma JACQUET
L'Occitane
Sandrine JAVELAUD
MEDEF
Patrick JOLIVET
Utopies
Michelle JOUHANEAU
Ministero dell'Ambiente
Michael Søgaard Jørgensen
aalborg university
Benjamin KABOUCHE
LPO - Agir pour la biodiversité
Matteo KALCHSCHMIDT
Università di Bergamo
Joanna KAMICHE
Universidad del Pacifico
Meeri KARVINEN
NSCN
Simon Kemp
Anne KERANEN
Agnès KERECKI
Ann KIDHAL
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Georges KLENKLE
Degetel
Tomas KOONTZ
Ohio State University
James B. KUNG'U
Kenyatta UniversitY
Tammy KWAN
HKSCC - RNEC Hong Kong
Brice LALONDE
UN Global Compact
Henri LANDES
Sciences po
John LANNON
Kemmy Business School
Paulette LAURENT CAIRE
Café Malongo Mexico
Elisabeth LAVILLE
Utopies
Daniel R. LECLAIR
* Alexander LEICHT
UNESCO
Pierre LEMAY
Université Laval
Bernard LEMOULT
Céline LEROY
CPU - RNEC France
Mitch LEVENTHAL
Beppe LEVOI
UNDESA
Florencia Librizzi
SDGs
Marc LIM
Céclie LOCHARD
Åsa Löfgren
Patrizia LOMBARDI
James LONGHURST
Romain LORTIE
Meri LÖYTTYNIEMI
NSCN
Richard Lucht
escola superior de propaganda e marketing
Ullika Lundgren
University of Gothenburg
Jeppe Læssøe
Claudia MAC-LEAN
Red Campus Sustenable - RNEC Chile
Clemens MADER
COPERNICUS Alliance
Gerald MAJOU DE LA DEBUTRIE
CGE
Thierry MARNEFFE
Sabrina MARQUANT
CliMates
Benoit MARTIMORT-ASSO
IDDRI
Julie Martin
SULITEST
Yvon MARTINET
SMA
Magdy MARTINEZ-SOLIMAN
UNDP
Christian MATHY
Caytlyn McFadden
Dalhousie University
Charles Ian McNEILL
UNDP
Ahmed Abdel MEGUID
PRME Chapter MENA
Michele MEOLI
CRUI - RNEC Italy
Katia MICHIELETTO
L'Occitane
Henry MINTZBERG
Chiara MIO
Università Ca' Foscari
Mégane MIRALLES
Claire Mitchell
EAUC
Yoko MOCHIZUKI
UNESCO
Elissa MUELLER
Katrin Muff
Business School Lausanne
Didier MULNET
Université de Clermont-Ferrand
Alan MURRAY
Nandhivarman MUTHU
APSCC - RNEC India
Nakkeeran Muthu
Claude NAHON
EDF
Takayuki NAKAMURA
CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
Marvin NEEF
KEDGE Business School
Kathleen Ng
McGill University
Sascha NICK
Business School Lausanne
Guénola NONET
* John NORTH
GRLI
Anne Sophie NOVEL
Cobus OOSTHUIZEN
Milpark
Myriam Ortega
universidad de alcalá
May Akinyi OTIENO
RCE Greater Nairobi - RNEC Kenya
Rochelle Owen
Dario PADOVAN
Cattedra UNESCO
Stefano PALEARI
CRUI - RNEC Italy
Francis PARÉ
RUQDD
Carole PARKES
PRME Chapter UK and Ireland
Marco PASSIGATO
Università di Verona
* Iain PATTON
EAUC
Mohan PECK
Anya PENNEY
KEDGE Business School
Erica Silvana PERALTA
CEGAE
Heitor José PEREIRA
ISAE
Eleonora PEROTTO
Politecnico di Milano
Cynthia PHILIPPE
RUQDD
Isabelle PIGNATEL
Rosaura PIMENTEL
RAUDO - RNEC ??
Gabriella PITA
PRME Chapter Brazil - RNEC Brazil
Gopalsamy POYYAMOLI
Pondicherry University
* Mahesh PRADHAN
UNEP
Rao PRAKASH
Symbiosis International University
María Angela PRIALÉ
Universidad del Pacifico
Danica PURG
CEEMAN
Shaw RAJIB
CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
Nelya Rakhimova
Open School of Sustainable Development - RNEC Russia
Agnès RAMBAUD-PAQUIN
Des Enjeux et des Hommes
Peter Rands
canterbury christ church university
Prakash  Rao
Symbiosis International University
Dzulkifli Abdul RAZAK
IAU
Christophe REVELLI
KEDGE Business School
Michel RICARD
CPU - RNEC France
Henrik Riisgaard
aalborg university
Isabelle RIMANOCZY
Jaclyn ROSEBROOK-COLLIGNON
Adriana ROSENFELD
Universidad de Luján
Debra ROWE
HEASC
Quinn RUNKLE
NUS UK
Balachander S.K.
Loyola Academy Degree & PG College
Orlando SÁENZ
ARIUSA
Mélanie SALAGNAT
IDEAL Sustentabilidad
Teresia Sandberg
kth royal institute of technology
Mattias Sandberg
Anders SANDOFF
University of Gothenburg
Jérome SAUVAGE
UNDP
Patricia SAVIN
SMA
Matilde SCHWALB
Universidad del Pacifico
Maria Scolan
Michael SCOULLOS
Olga Sedinkina
Fred SEIDEL
EMLyon Business School
Lars Kristian Selbekk
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Jorulf B. Silde
Jane SINGER
CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
Pierre SKOWRON
ALEAUR
Kim SMITH
Sauli SOHLO
Sandrine SOMMER
LVMH
Paolo SOPRANO
Ministero dell'Ambiente
Emanuela STEFANI
CRUI - RNEC Italy
Olof Johansson Stenman
University of Gothenburg
Mark STEWART
Louise Stokart
FGF - RNEC Belgium
* Anja STOLL
Meredith Storey
university of limerick
Emma Strömberg
kth royal institute of technology
mattias sundemo
University of Gothenburg
Brooke Suter
Harvard University
Kazuyuki TAHARA
CAS-Net - RNEC Japan
Alain TORD
REFEDD - RNEC France
Celina Trang
University of Guelph
Laurence TUBIANA
IDDRI
Stephen Tulip
EAUC
Peter Tyedmers
Dalhousie University
Adam TYSON
Erasmus European Commission
Pauliina ULKUNIEMI
Francisco URQUIZA
Red Campus Sustenable - RNEC Chile
Hélène VALADE
C3D
Marjan Van de maele
FGF - RNEC Belgium
* Hilligje VAN'T LAND
IAU
Tanguy Vanloqueren
FGF - RNEC Belgium
Nicholas VANTREESE
La Banque Postale
Olga VELIGURSKA
CEEMAN
Pascal Vidal
KEDGE Business School
Jako Volschenk
University of Stellenbosch
Wendy W. SCOTT CAE
Anne-Lucie WACK
CGE
Judy WALTON
Yan WANG
CGUN - RNEC China
Magdalena WANOT
EFMD
Ashwani WASISHTH
Ramapo College of New Jersey
Alec WERSUN
PRME Chapter UK and Ireland
Chris WILLMORE
University of Bristol Law School
Bethany Winstone
Jennie Winter
plymouth university
Susanna Wold
Matthew WOOD
EFMD
Kirt WOOD
KEDGE Business School
Tarah Wright
Dalhousie University
Jiang WU
CGUN - RNEC China
Maria Xypaki
kingston university
Natalia YAKOVLEVA
University of Surrey, Surrey Business School
Rie Yasumoto
kyoto university
Jane YEOMANS
Mayu Yoshinaka
Rui ZHANG
UNEP
Adam ZWICKLE
Ohio State University

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