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Carbon emissions and management


USC is strongly committed to reducing its environmental impacts and managing its carbon footprint which is evident through a range of adopted initiatives that encourage sustainable practices in waste management, conservation, transport and efficient building operation. The University has a history of demonstrating leadership and a strong culture of innovation and achievement which is underpinned by USC’s commitment to sustainable development as set out in Imperative 5 of USC’s Strategic Plan 2016-2020, which notes that the ‘University will strengthen leadership in sustainability for the region and beyond’.

The University regularly monitors and reports on performance against targets including the following: carbon emissions of no more than 1.2 tonnes of carbon per EFTSL; implementing at least one high impact sustainability initiative per year; and providing education for an increasing proportion of the population in the region.

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