Giving you the tools to lead change for sustainability
We’re a community of some of the world’s leading sustainability educators united behind our mission to mobilise the world’s change agents for sustainability.
What We Do
We support aspiring and practising change agents to overcome barriers limiting their personal impact through development programs, from bitesize coaching to Masters degrees.
We work with sustainability educators around the world to connect them to each other and to change agents who need their support.
We work strategically with communities-of-practice and organisations to accelerate their individual and collective impact for sustainability through better understanding of where their people are getting held back and equipping them with the tools to work together more effectively.
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world-leading sustainability educators
alumni from OPEN Community programs
Why You’ll Love Us
We’re totally focused on serving the needs of change agents for sustainability, in order to help them to become more effective and impactful.
Our latest blog articles
- SUSTEX 2020 – Call for PapersSUSTEX 2020 dates have been announced for 15-17 April. The 2nd SUSTEX International Summit at Texas A&M University – Central Texas focuses on United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and invites contributions about the social, economic, and environmental dimensions of … Read more
- IPBES e-Conference: Transformative Change AssessmentIPBES, the inter-governmental science-policy platform on biodiversity and ecosystem services, are organising an e-Conference on 9-11 October. Its purpose is to seek the broadest possible input (scientists and other knowledge holders, representatives of Governments, and of institutions and organisations, etc.), … Read more
- Does the Nobel Economics Prize promote the economic thinking we need to meet the challenges of the 21st century?This post is provided by OPEN Fellow, Henry Leveson-Gower, who is Founder and CEO of Promoting Economic Pluralism, a growing movement of progressive, pluralist economists from across academia, government, industry and civil society, campaigning for fresh economic thinking for the … Read more