Lecturing at the University of Bath
I think anyone who has had to sit in a meeting with me will agree I am very rarely without an opinion on sustainability issues. Over the last few years, I’ve been very lucky to have been able to share those opinions with clients, at conferences and through SustainIt’s programme of webinars. Earlier this year however, I was privileged to be asked to provide a guest lecture at the University of Bath.
I will admit that lecturing a room of MSc students is a little intimidating when you stop to think about it, but with a two hour slot to fill, and with the broad subject of “CSR data” as the starting point, the slides and notes all came together surprisingly quickly. We covered what data looks like, how CSR data can be collected and just how you can use data to report on sustainability.
It was a genuine surprise to be asked to lecture on sustainability for the University of Bath, and I was happy to be given that opportunity. It’s something I’d love to do more of and for me at least, the two hours flew by (100% of students were awake at the end of the lecture).