Toulouse INP-ENSAT wins the Francophone Responsible Campus TrophyIn the category "Quality of Life, Diversity and Accessibility on Campus

Toulouse INP-ENSAT, the first French School of Agronomy to be ISO 14001 certified for its environmental approach, was awarded the 13th of February 2019 in Paris, the Trophy of Francophone Responsible Campuses in the category "Quality of Life, Diversity and Accessibility on campus.


Organized by the Responsible Campuses network, these awards have been awarded since 2014 to French-speaking French universities for their actions and commitments aimed at integrating sustainable development and Corporate Social Responsibility into their activities.

This is the French speaking part of the Green Gown Awards, which have been in existence for more than 10 years in the United Kingdom, and 5 years in Australia and New Zealand. Thus, Toulouse INP-ENSAT was finalist with the University Paris Nanterre and the University Saint-Etienne. A jury made up of experts in sustainable development and higher education met to select the winners of the six award categories.

The "Quality of Life, Diversity and Accessibility on Campus" category, for which Toulouse INP-ENSAT was distinguished, aims to reward the actions put in place to focus on the comfort and quality of life of the entire population. campus population while taking into account the diversity and improved accessibility for people with disabilities.


What is Responsible Campus ?
Campus Responsable is the first French network of French universities and colleges committed to sustainable development. Responsible Campus is an initiative of Utopies, the first consulting firm in sustainable development, created in 1993 by Elisabeth Laville.


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