The Governance, Responsibility and Ethics (GRE) cluster are committed to bringing together a mix of stakeholders: researchers, regulators, business and communities, to tackle the Sustainable Development Goals and Net Zero target for the betterment of everyone. Our primary focus is upon joined up thinking: combining top-down and bottom-up perspectives to fuel change, in order to ensure that measures taken are achievable and fit for purpose. As such we have two core nodes of disciplinary alignment: climate action; and other SDG goals focused upon the human environment.
This cluster is currently working in the following areas:
Based on the ‘Global Capability Framework REF2021 Impact Case Study’, Gabriel Sadi has been working with international organizations to continue updating and extending the framework,
Following a successful pilot project funded by the UK & Ireland chapter of the UN's Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), James Scott Vandeventer has co-founded the
Dr Gemma Bend and Dr Sue Richardson are working on a funding application with Dr Jannine Williams from Queensland University of Technology in Australia on gender equality and the