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At Ulster University we seek to embed a culture of sustainable thinking and action across the institution.

At Ulster University we seek to embed a culture of sustainable thinking and action across the institution.

Ulster has  developed and supported sustainability initiatives across various aspects of teaching, research, professional services operations, and governance.

This is evidenced in the natural world of environmental sciences and sustainable energy; in the manufactured world through computing, engineering and built environments; in people through life and health sciences, education, equality and justice.

We can also evidence it in society through the visual, performing and literary arts, and social sciences; in knowledge created through experience, invention, and research; and in the connections across and between the many partnerships that make these work.

We run courses and research projects across a vast array of discipline areas including energy storage and renewable energy engineering, sustainable tourism, marine sciences, biomedical and health sciences, sustainable textiles, and law and human rights.

At Ulster every person, course, and research project on every campus either does or can contribute in some way towards the global sustainability agenda.

Discover how our activities support each of the Sustainable Development Goals.