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Tuesday, August 29, 2023 6:00 pm (AST) - 7:00 pm (AST) Location: Online only (Zoom)

Sustainability Seminar Series | Sustainability on Campus: Strategies for a Greener Future

The Sustainability Seminars resume. The Fall Series 2023 will begin with an interesting first presentation.


Changes determined the past decade. Universities are aiming to implement whole-institution sustainability in teaching, research, and campus operations. Within this seminar, the focus is on the collective knowledge gained by the International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN) working with institutions globally. With over 100 members in 32 countries across six continents, the vision of the ISCN is of members using their shared capacity, passion, and intellectual capital to re-envision the future and take meaningful action to contribute to sustainable development and the climate emergency. The highlight lies in the vital role that higher education can play and the prospect to engage students, staff, faculty, and community members in managing this complex and urgent agenda.

About the Speaker:

Victoria is the Executive Director of the International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN) and has been actively engaged with the network since 2014. Victoria joined the inaugural ISCN Advisory Committee in 2016, hosted the 2017 Annual ISCN Conference, updated the ISCN Charter in 2018, and developed the network’s Strategic Plan (2020-2023) and recent ISCN Latin American Chapter Strategic Plan (2022-2025).
Prior to ISCN, Victoria was at The University of British Columbia, where she spent eight years in various senior leadership roles in sustainability at the university. While at UBC, Victoria led the development of the UBC 20-Year Sustainability Strategy; the Okanagan Charter: An International Charter for Health Promoting University and Colleges; and on behalf of the President’s Office, managed UBC’s leadership of the University Climate Change Coalition (UC3).
Victoria holds a Master of Arts in Environment Education and Communication and brings over 25 years of public and private sector sustainability experience.

This event is brought to you by Students for Sustainability, with the support of the Office of Student Life and the Head of KAUST Sustainability, Dr. Ana Margarida Costa. Should you have any questions, please get in touch with


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