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EAUC Annual Conference 2024

June 25th 2024 to June 26th 2024
University of Winchester, Sparkford Road, Winchester

The EAUC Annual Conference will take a reflective journey, learning from two decades of sustainability action and celebrating the milestones that have transformed how universities, colleges, and other HE and FE organisations approach sustainability. As we celebrate, we recognise the need to propel forward.

The conference is a springboard to the future- a commitment to increasing the scale, pace, and impact of our work, charting a course for the next 20 years. It’s time to turn discussions into action, building on what’s been done to date and creating transformational change across our sector and beyond. Join us in shaping a future where sustainability isn’t just a goal but an ingrained part of our societal DNA.

Explore all of Short Let Space’s home and apartments nearby to the University of Winchester. If you need any help with your booking for this event, please contact our friendly bookings team on 01993 222 200 or email us.

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