Welcome, we are very excited that you are about to respond to this survey! Thank you.

Who we are: We are an international group of higher education experts interested in sustainability-specific issues related to performance measurement (including rankings) and institutional reporting. As a working group we have developed this survey under the auspices of the International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN).
Background: Across the globe, sustainability has become a strategic theme for higher education institutions. Not only in the traditional domains of research and teaching, but also in the institution’s mission and planning, public engagement, campus operations, and other related contexts. A key means for institutions to monitor and report their progress is sustainability reporting.
Aim: The aim of this survey is to gain an understanding of existing sustainability reporting practices in the global higher education sector. It also aims to identify opportunities and challenges to improve current practices of sustainability reporting and form the basis for policy recommendations.
Time: The survey should take you around 45 minutes to complete.
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You may not know all the answers to the questions being asked. We would very much appreciate if you can reach out to colleagues at your institutions who may be equipped with this information so that your response can be as accurate as possible. Once we have processed the survey responses, we will share the results with you in the coming months.
Thank you and kind regards,

On behalf of ISCN Reporting Working Group:
Omar Kassab, ETH Zurich
Angel Calderon, RMIT
Franziska Kastner, University of Basel
Paul Cross, ETH Zurich
Jen Crothers, ISCN
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact: info@iscn.ca
Sustainability is defined broadly and holistically, informed by the ecological, social, and economic consequences of individual and collective actions.
Sustainability Strategy is a prioritized set of actions focused on the ecological, social, and economic impacts of your institution.
Sustainability Reporting is the disclosure of sustainability goals, performance, and impacts of sustainability-related efforts at your institution.
Integrated Reporting means that your institution takes a comprehensive approach to reporting and included sustainability within the main annual reporting.
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